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For over 50 years, no car has remained so instantly recognizable. The Porsche 911 series has received a mild facelift, opting to boost the muscle of the beast. The tapering roofline has been lowered, exposing fewer surfaces to the air. The front track has been widened for improved cornering stability. Circling around to the side of the 911, one can see that the exterior mirrors are now mounted directly on the doors resulting in improved aerodynamics as well as a longer wheelbase, and shorter overhangs at both front and rear. The new engines follow the time honored 911 design: six horizontally opposed cylinders providing a lower center of gravity. Output has been increased to 370hp in the 911 Carrera , 420hp in the 911 Carrera S – despite their reduced 3.0 liter engine. Other models roar to life with 475hp in the 911 GT3, 540hp in the 911 Turbo, and 580hp in the 911 Turbo S. This power is transmitted by the recently added 7-speed manual gearbox or, optionally, the Porsche Doppelkupplung transmission, which offers gear changes with virtually no interruption in the flow of power. Porsche Active Suspension Management electronically adjusts the damping force on each wheel based on current road conditions and driving style. A lighting design package allows you to customize the level of illumination in the footwells, ignition lock, and overhead console. Technical features include Porsche Communication Management (PCM) including navigation module with real-time traffic information and is your control center for audio, navigation and communication functions on a 7-inch multi-touchscreen. A nine-speaker, 235-watt audio system is standard but can be upgraded to a Bose Surround Sound System or Burmester High-End Surround Sound System.
 
For over 50 years, no car has remained so instantly recognizable. The Porsche 911 series has received a mild facelift, opting to boost the muscle of the beast. The tapering roofline has been lowered, exposing fewer surfaces to the air. The front track has been widened for improved cornering stability. Circling around to the side of the 911, one can see that the exterior mirrors are now mounted directly on the doors resulting in improved aerodynamics as well as a longer wheelbase, and shorter overhangs at both front and rear. The new engines follow the time honored 911 design: six horizontally opposed cylinders providing a lower center of gravity. Output has been increased to 370hp in the 911 Carrera , 420hp in the 911 Carrera S – despite their reduced 3.0 liter engine. Other models roar to life with 475hp in the 911 GT3, 540hp in the 911 Turbo, and 580hp in the 911 Turbo S. This power is transmitted by the recently added 7-speed manual gearbox or, optionally, the Porsche Doppelkupplung transmission, which offers gear changes with virtually no interruption in the flow of power. Porsche Active Suspension Management electronically adjusts the damping force on each wheel based on current road conditions and driving style. A lighting design package allows you to customize the level of illumination in the footwells, ignition lock, and overhead console. Technical features include Porsche Communication Management (PCM) including navigation module with real-time traffic information and is your control center for audio, navigation and communication functions on a 7-inch multi-touchscreen. A nine-speaker, 235-watt audio system is standard but can be upgraded to a Bose Surround Sound System or Burmester High-End Surround Sound System.
 
For over 50 years, no car has remained so instantly recognizable. The Porsche 911 series has received a mild facelift, opting to boost the muscle of the beast. The tapering roofline has been lowered, exposing fewer surfaces to the air. The front track has been widened for improved cornering stability. Circling around to the side of the 911, one can see that the exterior mirrors are now mounted directly on the doors resulting in improved aerodynamics as well as a longer wheelbase, and shorter overhangs at both front and rear. The new engines follow the time honored 911 design: six horizontally opposed cylinders providing a lower center of gravity. Output has been increased to 370hp in the 911 Carrera , 420hp in the 911 Carrera S – despite their reduced 3.0 liter engine. Other models roar to life with 475hp in the 911 GT3, 540hp in the 911 Turbo, and 580hp in the 911 Turbo S. This power is transmitted by the recently added 7-speed manual gearbox or, optionally, the Porsche Doppelkupplung transmission, which offers gear changes with virtually no interruption in the flow of power. Porsche Active Suspension Management electronically adjusts the damping force on each wheel based on current road conditions and driving style. A lighting design package allows you to customize the level of illumination in the footwells, ignition lock, and overhead console. Technical features include Porsche Communication Management (PCM) including navigation module with real-time traffic information and is your control center for audio, navigation and communication functions on a 7-inch multi-touchscreen. A nine-speaker, 235-watt audio system is standard but can be upgraded to a Bose Surround Sound System or Burmester High-End Surround Sound System.
 
Satellite Radio, Turbocharged, Back-Up Camera, Navigation System.
 
Satellite Radio, Turbocharged, Back-Up Camera, Navigation System.
 
For over 50 years, no car has remained so instantly recognizable. The Porsche 911 series has received a mild facelift, opting to boost the muscle of the beast. The tapering roofline has been lowered, exposing fewer surfaces to the air. The front track has been widened for improved cornering stability. Circling around to the side of the 911, one can see that the exterior mirrors are now mounted directly on the doors resulting in improved aerodynamics as well as a longer wheelbase, and shorter overhangs at both front and rear. The new engines follow the time honored 911 design: six horizontally opposed cylinders providing a lower center of gravity. Output has been increased to 370hp in the 911 Carrera , 420hp in the 911 Carrera S – despite their reduced 3.0 liter engine. Other models roar to life with 475hp in the 911 GT3, 540hp in the 911 Turbo, and 580hp in the 911 Turbo S. This power is transmitted by the recently added 7-speed manual gearbox or, optionally, the Porsche Doppelkupplung transmission, which offers gear changes with virtually no interruption in the flow of power. Porsche Active Suspension Management electronically adjusts the damping force on each wheel based on current road conditions and driving style. A lighting design package allows you to customize the level of illumination in the footwells, ignition lock, and overhead console. Technical features include Porsche Communication Management (PCM) including navigation module with real-time traffic information and is your control center for audio, navigation and communication functions on a 7-inch multi-touchscreen. A nine-speaker, 235-watt audio system is standard but can be upgraded to a Bose Surround Sound System or Burmester High-End Surround Sound System.
 
For over 50 years, no car has remained so instantly recognizable. The Porsche 911 series has received a mild facelift, opting to boost the muscle of the beast. The tapering roofline has been lowered, exposing fewer surfaces to the air. The front track has been widened for improved cornering stability. Circling around to the side of the 911, one can see that the exterior mirrors are now mounted directly on the doors resulting in improved aerodynamics as well as a longer wheelbase, and shorter overhangs at both front and rear. The new engines follow the time honored 911 design: six horizontally opposed cylinders providing a lower center of gravity. Output has been increased to 370hp in the 911 Carrera , 420hp in the 911 Carrera S – despite their reduced 3.0 liter engine. Other models roar to life with 475hp in the 911 GT3, 540hp in the 911 Turbo, and 580hp in the 911 Turbo S. This power is transmitted by the recently added 7-speed manual gearbox or, optionally, the Porsche Doppelkupplung transmission, which offers gear changes with virtually no interruption in the flow of power. Porsche Active Suspension Management electronically adjusts the damping force on each wheel based on current road conditions and driving style. A lighting design package allows you to customize the level of illumination in the footwells, ignition lock, and overhead console. Technical features include Porsche Communication Management (PCM) including navigation module with real-time traffic information and is your control center for audio, navigation and communication functions on a 7-inch multi-touchscreen. A nine-speaker, 235-watt audio system is standard but can be upgraded to a Bose Surround Sound System or Burmester High-End Surround Sound System.
 
For over 50 years, no car has remained so instantly recognizable. The Porsche 911 series has received a mild facelift, opting to boost the muscle of the beast. The tapering roofline has been lowered, exposing fewer surfaces to the air. The front track has been widened for improved cornering stability. Circling around to the side of the 911, one can see that the exterior mirrors are now mounted directly on the doors resulting in improved aerodynamics as well as a longer wheelbase, and shorter overhangs at both front and rear. The new engines follow the time honored 911 design: six horizontally opposed cylinders providing a lower center of gravity. Output has been increased to 370hp in the 911 Carrera , 420hp in the 911 Carrera S – despite their reduced 3.0 liter engine. Other models roar to life with 475hp in the 911 GT3, 540hp in the 911 Turbo, and 580hp in the 911 Turbo S. This power is transmitted by the recently added 7-speed manual gearbox or, optionally, the Porsche Doppelkupplung transmission, which offers gear changes with virtually no interruption in the flow of power. Porsche Active Suspension Management electronically adjusts the damping force on each wheel based on current road conditions and driving style. A lighting design package allows you to customize the level of illumination in the footwells, ignition lock, and overhead console. Technical features include Porsche Communication Management (PCM) including navigation module with real-time traffic information and is your control center for audio, navigation and communication functions on a 7-inch multi-touchscreen. A nine-speaker, 235-watt audio system is standard but can be upgraded to a Bose Surround Sound System or Burmester High-End Surround Sound System.
 
For over 50 years, no car has remained so instantly recognizable. The Porsche 911 series has received a mild facelift, opting to boost the muscle of the beast. The tapering roofline has been lowered, exposing fewer surfaces to the air. The front track has been widened for improved cornering stability. Circling around to the side of the 911, one can see that the exterior mirrors are now mounted directly on the doors resulting in improved aerodynamics as well as a longer wheelbase, and shorter overhangs at both front and rear. The new engines follow the time honored 911 design: six horizontally opposed cylinders providing a lower center of gravity. Output has been increased to 370hp in the 911 Carrera , 420hp in the 911 Carrera S – despite their reduced 3.0 liter engine. Other models roar to life with 475hp in the 911 GT3, 540hp in the 911 Turbo, and 580hp in the 911 Turbo S. This power is transmitted by the recently added 7-speed manual gearbox or, optionally, the Porsche Doppelkupplung transmission, which offers gear changes with virtually no interruption in the flow of power. Porsche Active Suspension Management electronically adjusts the damping force on each wheel based on current road conditions and driving style. A lighting design package allows you to customize the level of illumination in the footwells, ignition lock, and overhead console. Technical features include Porsche Communication Management (PCM) including navigation module with real-time traffic information and is your control center for audio, navigation and communication functions on a 7-inch multi-touchscreen. A nine-speaker, 235-watt audio system is standard but can be upgraded to a Bose Surround Sound System or Burmester High-End Surround Sound System.
 
Satellite Radio, Turbocharged, Back-Up Camera, Navigation System.
 
For over 50 years, no car has remained so instantly recognizable. The Porsche 911 series has received a mild facelift, opting to boost the muscle of the beast. The tapering roofline has been lowered, exposing fewer surfaces to the air. The front track has been widened for improved cornering stability. Circling around to the side of the 911, one can see that the exterior mirrors are now mounted directly on the doors resulting in improved aerodynamics as well as a longer wheelbase, and shorter overhangs at both front and rear. The new engines follow the time honored 911 design: six horizontally opposed cylinders providing a lower center of gravity. Output has been increased to 370hp in the 911 Carrera , 420hp in the 911 Carrera S – despite their reduced 3.0 liter engine. Other models roar to life with 475hp in the 911 GT3, 540hp in the 911 Turbo, and 580hp in the 911 Turbo S. This power is transmitted by the recently added 7-speed manual gearbox or, optionally, the Porsche Doppelkupplung transmission, which offers gear changes with virtually no interruption in the flow of power. Porsche Active Suspension Management electronically adjusts the damping force on each wheel based on current road conditions and driving style. A lighting design package allows you to customize the level of illumination in the footwells, ignition lock, and overhead console. Technical features include Porsche Communication Management (PCM) including navigation module with real-time traffic information and is your control center for audio, navigation and communication functions on a 7-inch multi-touchscreen. A nine-speaker, 235-watt audio system is standard but can be upgraded to a Bose Surround Sound System or Burmester High-End Surround Sound System.
 
For over 50 years, no car has remained so instantly recognizable. The Porsche 911 series has received a mild facelift, opting to boost the muscle of the beast. The tapering roofline has been lowered, exposing fewer surfaces to the air. The front track has been widened for improved cornering stability. Circling around to the side of the 911, one can see that the exterior mirrors are now mounted directly on the doors resulting in improved aerodynamics as well as a longer wheelbase, and shorter overhangs at both front and rear. The new engines follow the time honored 911 design: six horizontally opposed cylinders providing a lower center of gravity. Output has been increased to 370hp in the 911 Carrera , 420hp in the 911 Carrera S – despite their reduced 3.0 liter engine. Other models roar to life with 475hp in the 911 GT3, 540hp in the 911 Turbo, and 580hp in the 911 Turbo S. This power is transmitted by the recently added 7-speed manual gearbox or, optionally, the Porsche Doppelkupplung transmission, which offers gear changes with virtually no interruption in the flow of power. Porsche Active Suspension Management electronically adjusts the damping force on each wheel based on current road conditions and driving style. A lighting design package allows you to customize the level of illumination in the footwells, ignition lock, and overhead console. Technical features include Porsche Communication Management (PCM) including navigation module with real-time traffic information and is your control center for audio, navigation and communication functions on a 7-inch multi-touchscreen. A nine-speaker, 235-watt audio system is standard but can be upgraded to a Bose Surround Sound System or Burmester High-End Surround Sound System.
 
For over 50 years, no car has remained so instantly recognizable. The Porsche 911 series has received a mild facelift, opting to boost the muscle of the beast. The tapering roofline has been lowered, exposing fewer surfaces to the air. The front track has been widened for improved cornering stability. Circling around to the side of the 911, one can see that the exterior mirrors are now mounted directly on the doors resulting in improved aerodynamics as well as a longer wheelbase, and shorter overhangs at both front and rear. The new engines follow the time honored 911 design: six horizontally opposed cylinders providing a lower center of gravity. Output has been increased to 370hp in the 911 Carrera , 420hp in the 911 Carrera S – despite their reduced 3.0 liter engine. Other models roar to life with 475hp in the 911 GT3, 540hp in the 911 Turbo, and 580hp in the 911 Turbo S. This power is transmitted by the recently added 7-speed manual gearbox or, optionally, the Porsche Doppelkupplung transmission, which offers gear changes with virtually no interruption in the flow of power. Porsche Active Suspension Management electronically adjusts the damping force on each wheel based on current road conditions and driving style. A lighting design package allows you to customize the level of illumination in the footwells, ignition lock, and overhead console. Technical features include Porsche Communication Management (PCM) including navigation module with real-time traffic information and is your control center for audio, navigation and communication functions on a 7-inch multi-touchscreen. A nine-speaker, 235-watt audio system is standard but can be upgraded to a Bose Surround Sound System or Burmester High-End Surround Sound System.
 
Satellite Radio, Turbocharged, Back-Up Camera, Navigation System.
 
For over 50 years, no car has remained so instantly recognizable. The Porsche 911 series has received a mild facelift, opting to boost the muscle of the beast. The tapering roofline has been lowered, exposing fewer surfaces to the air. The front track has been widened for improved cornering stability. Circling around to the side of the 911, one can see that the exterior mirrors are now mounted directly on the doors resulting in improved aerodynamics as well as a longer wheelbase, and shorter overhangs at both front and rear. The new engines follow the time honored 911 design: six horizontally opposed cylinders providing a lower center of gravity. Output has been increased to 370hp in the 911 Carrera , 420hp in the 911 Carrera S – despite their reduced 3.0 liter engine. Other models roar to life with 475hp in the 911 GT3, 540hp in the 911 Turbo, and 580hp in the 911 Turbo S. This power is transmitted by the recently added 7-speed manual gearbox or, optionally, the Porsche Doppelkupplung transmission, which offers gear changes with virtually no interruption in the flow of power. Porsche Active Suspension Management electronically adjusts the damping force on each wheel based on current road conditions and driving style. A lighting design package allows you to customize the level of illumination in the footwells, ignition lock, and overhead console. Technical features include Porsche Communication Management (PCM) including navigation module with real-time traffic information and is your control center for audio, navigation and communication functions on a 7-inch multi-touchscreen. A nine-speaker, 235-watt audio system is standard but can be upgraded to a Bose Surround Sound System or Burmester High-End Surround Sound System.
 
Satellite Radio, Turbocharged, Back-Up Camera, Navigation System.
 

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