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All About the Porsche 911
When you think sportscar, there’s a good chance you think of at least one model from the extensive Porsche 911 lineup. From the 911 Carrera to the GT3RS, this iconic sportscar runs the gamut from exciting to life-altering.
The 911 lineup has something for every sportscar fanatic out there, including the coupe, cabriolet, and Targa.
A Brief 911 History
Although the 911 emerged in the 1960s (as the predecessor to the 356), there are a few things that haven’t changed. The 911 has always featured a rear-engine layout, a 2+2 seating configuration, and a fully independent suspension in all four corners. When you get it right the first time, there’s no need to change.
In the 1970s, we saw the introduction of the Turbo Carrera with a 260hp, 3.0-liter turbocharged flat-six engine, wider tires, and a four-speed manual transmission. Later that decade, Porsche upped the ante on this model with a 300hp, 3.2-liter flat six.
In 1994, Porsche introduced the 993 Series powered by a 444hp 3.6-liter flat-six engine. And in 1998, the 911 range made its way from air-cooled to water-cooled engines with the introduction of the 996.
Porsche introduced the 997 Series G2 in 2007 with a 530hp 3.6-liter flat six.
And the brand has continued to innovate in the years that follow. So, regardless of which model year was your favorite, there’s a used 911 out there with your name on it.
Current Porsche 911 Lineup
To say the Porsche 911 lineup is extensive might be an understatement. There are sixteen variations with three body styles, two drivetrain options, and various engines to choose from.
Porsche 911 Carrera
The Carrera and Carrera S models are the entry-level into the 911 line. But don’t worry. They’re still turbocharged. You can get a Carrera as a coupe or cabriolet, and the Carrera 4 also comes with an all-wheel-drive option.
Porsche 911 Targa
For those looking for a convertible, the Targa features a roof mechanism that retracts behind the rear hatch. It’s available in either 370 or 420 horsepower, but it only comes in all-wheel drive. If you’re looking for a rear-wheel-drive vehicle, consider one of the Carrera Cabriolet models.
Porsche 911 GT3 RS
Known as a racecar in street gear, the GT3 RS is a car for any true sportscar enthusiast. This vehicle stands out from the rest of the lineup with a naturally aspirated 500hp 5-liter flat six.
The GT3 RS starts at $188,550 MSRP. But if that’s out of your price range, you can get a preowned 911 GT3 RS for considerably less.
Porsche 911 R
The 911 R has many of the same features as the GT3 RS, but it’s about 110 pounds lighter and features ceramic composite breaks that bring the vehicle to a stop much faster. Overall, this vehicle is a dream for any racecar enthusiast.
Porsche 911 Turbo
The 911 Turbo has intense nostalgic value for any racing fan. Porsche first introduced this vehicle in the 70s to compete in international races like the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The current Turbo is available in two versions: Turbo and Turbo S.
Both versions feature a 3.8-liter flat six, but the Turbo features 540hp while the Turbo S boasts a full 580.
Which 911 is your dream car?
If you’re dreaming of owning one of the 911s on this list, you’re definitely not alone. You’ll find these vehicles on many vision boards around the world. But the dream can easily become a reality when you consider a preowned 911.
Schedule your test drive today – and start making your dream a reality.