At Porsche, comfort is not only compatible with driving performance— it is essential. This is especially evident in the 911. The layout of the instruments and controls, the logic of their operation—even the tactile sensation engineered into every interior surface—are designed to relax the senses while providing all the information needed in a new generation of highly advanced sports car.
The 911 Carrera is a sports car created to redefine the everyday driving experience. But let’s be clear: By everyday, we do not mean ordinary. The 911 Carrera delivers exhilarating performance with surprising practicality. Although its engine displacement is 3.4 liters, it generates more power and faster acceleration than its celebrated 3.6-liter predecessor. The 911 Carrera sprints from 0–60 mph in just 4.6 seconds—4.2 seconds when equipped with the optional Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) transmission and the Sport Chrono Package.
One of the things Porsche has learned through its legendary racing program is that no two drivers are alike. Each driver has their own preferences, and great efforts are made to adapt a Porsche race car to the unique desires of its driver. You can do something similar with your own Porsche. There are many ways to make your 911 fit your personal sense of style.
To us, independence is above all a feeling, but it is also a guiding principle. It is the principle by which we can think for ourselves, explore our own direction, and live our own lives. How better to do this than in a roadster, a concept in which freedom of spirit has always been the core idea.
The 3.4-liter engine of the 911 Carrera and Carrera 4 models demonstrates that at Porsche, performance and efficiency aren’t mutually exclusive. Power and torque are increased compared with those of the previous model. Yet the engine itself is smaller and lighter, and uses less fuel.
Porsche sports cars are famous not just for their brief sprint times, but for their even more concise braking distance. The braking systems in the Porsche 911 set the standard for deceleration and stability, and give the driver the reassurance needed to push the car to the limits.
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