Featured equipment/factory-ordered options (Original MSRP of $105,985): Sport Exhaust System; 20-inch 911 Turbo Wheels; Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS); ParkAssist (front and rear); Electric slide/tilt sunroof; Power folding side mirrors; Multifunction steering wheel; Model Designation 911; Standard Interior in Black; Guards Red; Power Sport Seats (14-way) with Memory Package; Premium Package i.c.w. Power Sport Seats (14-way); BOSE Audio Package; Aerokit Cup; Porsche Crest on headrests; Ornamental Porsche Crest.
The 991 911’s Notable Characteristics: The 991 features a more streamlined aesthetic comprised of a raked windshield and lower stance; a wider track and longer wheelbase than the previous 911, resulting in a more balanced setup, enhanced cornering and stability dynamics, and understeer that’s not as apparent, just to name a few of the benefits of the improved chassis; electro-mechanical steering that gives way to a heightened level of accuracy and provides for steering feel that’s more refined; a greater level of comfort and refinement than previously offered to provide for a more GT-like experience.
Upon viewing this delightful Carrera coupe, your presence is welcomed by its engaging Guards Red finish that sublimely befits the 991’s luscious lines and proportions; the distinguishing Aerokit Cup body elements consisting of the downforce heightening SportDesign front bumper featuring a distinctive lip spoiler along with the retro and purposeful ducktail spoiler featuring a raised and fixed wind atop; LED daytime running lights located in the streamlined light housings that are found beneath the PDLS encompassing Bi-Xenon headlights and sit atop the bumper’s dual air intakes; a sleek gas lid that’s understatedly incorporated into the right fender; 20-inch 911 Turbo Wheels (showcased in front of black brake calipers with white “Porsche” lettering); bright-finished “PORSCHE” and “911” insignia situated in-between slender LED taillights which aids in emphasizing the rear’s fluidic formation; the bright-finished finished and twin-pipe, dual Sport Exhaust System.
Just before you enter the classic Black Standard Leather interior, you’re first met by black door sills with brushed-look aluminum inlays featuring ‘Carrera’ script, and when inside you can expect an even more ergonomically adapted and sport natured cabin featuring additional legroom than before; a Carrera GT-esque rising center console; decorative stitching and aluminum/metallic-coated surfacing on select areas; front seat headrests featuring embossed Porsche Crests; a metal sunroof. The driver is faced with a multifunctional and smooth-leather wrapped Sport steering wheel with 3-spokes; black instrumentation dials situated behind orange needles with the gauge to the right of the gear indicator bearing tachometer boasting a 4.6 – inch color display that relays when it’s time to shift into the next gear, navigation info as well as other useful functions; 7-inch touchscreen navigation display; the very precise and thorough 7-speed transmission’s shifter that’s in very close proximity to the steering wheel. Front occupants are embraced by the optioned Power Sport Seats offering heating and 14-way adjustments for both occupants and memory settings for the driver and can expect in-cabin audio playback via the optioned BOSE Surround Sound System, featuring 12-speakers.
Performance: Powering the rear-wheel-drive Carrera is a naturally-aspirated 3.4L DFI flat-six engine, delivering a potent 350 hp with 287 lb-ft of torque and results in an estimated 0-60 time of 4.8 seconds and a top speed of around 180 mph.