2018 Porsche 911 Gt2 RS 0-60 Times, Top Speed, Specs, Quarter Mile, and Wallpapers

2018 Porsche 911 Gt2 RS  0-60 Times, Top Speed, Specs, Quarter Mile, and Wallpapers

The 2018 Porsche 911 Gt2 RS is a Rear-wheel drive Coupe. It can accommodate up to 2 passengers. It has 2 Doors and is powered by a 3.8L H6 twin-turbo DOHC 24-valve engine which outputs 700 hp @ 7000 rpm and is paired with 7-speed automated sequential transmission with manual mode gearbox. The 2018 Porsche 911 Gt2 RS has cargo capacity of 116 Liters and the vehicle weighs 1470 kg. In terms of ride assists, the 2018 Porsche 911 Gt2 RS has stability control and traction control in addition to anti-lock brake system (ABS). The vehicle has an optional engine as well It offers and Rear view camera. Safety features also include Driver side front airbag and Passenger side front airbag. The front suspension is Front independent suspension while the rear suspension is Independent rear suspension. The car also features a Yes It has Front 20-inch / 21-inch rear alloy wheels as standard. Electronic features include Cruise Control. For convenience, the car has Power windows and Power door locks. There is also a remote keyless entry feature. Moreover, the car has. The steering wheel has audio control buttons. In terms of performance, the car has 765 N.m of torque and a top speed of 326 km/h. The 2018 Porsche 911 Gt2 RS accelerates from zero to 60 mph in 2.7 seconds and hits quarter mile at 9.8 seconds. Fuel consumption is 11.8 L/100km in the city and 7.5 L/100km in the highway. The car price starts at $ 334,000

Name RS
Price $ 334,000
Body Coupe
Doors 2 Doors
Engine 3.8L H6 twin-turbo DOHC 24-valve
Power 700 hp @ 7000 rpm
Number of Seats 2 Seats
Transmission 7-speed automated sequential transmission with manual mode
Cargo Space 116.0 L
Maximum Cargo Space 341.0 L
Wheel Type Front 20-inch / 21-inch rear alloy wheels
Series 911
Drivetrain Rear-wheel drive
Horsepower 700 HP
Torque 765 N.m
Top Speed 326 km/h
Acceleration 0-100 km/h (0-60 mph) 2.7 s
Fuel Type Petrol (Gasoline)
Fuel Consumption (City) 11.8 L/100km
Fuel Consumption (Highway) 7.5 L/100km
Gear Type auto
Weight 1,243 KG
Brand Porsche
Model 911
0-400m (Quarter Mile) 9.8 s
0-400m (Quarter Mile) - Speed 234.7 km/h
0-800m (Half Mile) 16.3 s
0-800m (Half Mile) - Speed 264.2 km/h
Modifications (MODS)
Modifications Cost $ 0

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2018 Porsche 911 Used Price Estimates

Estimates based on a driving average of 12,000 miles per year
Used Condition Trade In Price Private Party Price Dealer Retail Price
Outstanding $ 134,329 $ 136,809 $ 140,135
Clean $ 131,429 $ 133,902 $ 137,044
Average $ 125,628 $ 128,088 $ 130,863
Rough $ 119,828 $ 122,274 $ 124,681

The 2018 Porsche 911 is fast enough to get you arrested anywhere in the world, but comfortable enough to be driven every single day. Last year Porsche replaced its naturally aspirated engines with twin-turbo versions that deliver even greater thrust and improved fuel efficiency. Sure the purist porschefisti protested, but the benefits are undeniable and the engines sound as sexy as they should. A 7-speed manual transmission is available in most models, but the 7-speed PDK twin-clutch automatic is equally enjoyable, thanks to its lightning-quick shifts and easy drivability. The standard Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) system uses active dampers to both smooth out the ride and tackle corners, without compromising its famous precision. Optional rear-wheel steering helps to both increase maneuverability in parking lots while improving stability at high speeds. And the Sport Chrono package includes a Drive Mode Selector on the steering wheel to select different performance settings.The new-for-2018 911 Carrera T boasts thin glass, reduced acoustic insulation, and minimalist lightweight racing pull straps (instead of traditional door handles) to save weight. The diet sheds about 40 pounds, but dynamically it drives nearly identical to the standard Carrera. Some may note a more vocal engine soundtrack, which is credited to standard Sport Exhaust. Expert drivers will be able to wring more performance out of the Carrera T, thanks to more aggressive transmission gearing (with the manual gearbox) and a limited-slip differential.The new-for-2018 GT3 Touring is a street-legal racecar with a high-revving 500-horsepower non-turbocharged engine -- the only naturally aspirated engine in Porsche’s model range. Mated to a standard 6-speed manual gearbox (standard Carrera models have a 7-speed manual, but Porsche drops the overdrive ratio on the GT3), the powerplant is an absolute turbine-like jewel. With rear-wheel drive, sport-tuned suspension, aggressive tires, and oversized brakes, the GT3 Touring delivers impressive levels of performance without sacrificing too much in terms of ride quality. Unlike the standard GT3, which boasts a massive rear wing that blocks much of the view to the rear, the Touring model accomplishes similar aerodynamic tricks with discreet appendage tweaks and an active rear spoiler that drops out of sight when not needed. The GT3 Touring is a high-performance sports car for those who like to travel in stealth mode.Lastly, the new 911 GT2 RS is one of the quickest street vehicles the automaker has ever built -- it laps the famed Nürburgring racetrack quicker than Porsche’s 918 supercar. With 700 horsepower, it accelerates from 0-60 mph in just 2.7 seconds -- validating its nearly $ 300,000 asking price. Limited production numbers and a lofty window sticker make the GT2 RS one very rare sports car.

FRONT AXLE LIFT SYSTEMAlthough the Porsche 911 is less prone to scraping over driveways and speed bumps than other cars in this class, it’s still a low-slung sports car. This optional hydraulic system, which costs $ 2,590, raises the front axle 1.5 inches at the push of a button to increase ground clearance at speeds up to 37 mph.PORSCHE CERAMIC COMPOSITE BRAKESThe power of Porsche brakes is legendary, but this optional system is the ultimate and it’s one of the 911’s most expensive options at $ 8,520. It’s worth it. Porsche replaces the 911’s cast-iron brake rotors with larger cross-drilled and vented carbon-fiber-reinforced units, which are almost impossible to overheat, even on the racetrack.

In most sports cars you feel like you’re sitting on the floor, looking up at the world. Not in the 911. In the Porsche you sit upright, in a very natural driving position, with excellent visibility in all directions. It’s one of the reasons the Porsche 911 can be driven every day as well as comfortably cross-country. Build quality is exceptional. Some find the Porsche’s control layout a bit button-heavy, but you soon realize the ergonomics is simple and the controls are exactly where they should be, although Porsche still places the 911’s ignition to the left of the steering wheel, which takes some getting used to.

Some people think the Porsche 911 has looked the same since 1965. Some people think this is a good thing. Some people think the evolution of the 911’s shape has created the most recognizable sports car in the world. As other supercars have become vulgar, often pornographic and at times caricatures of themselves, the new Porsche 911 remains simply aspirational. It’s a sexy machine with wide hips and a sinister stance, but retains an unmistakable understated elegance lost on the Porsche’s more radically styled competitors. It turns heads, but never draws a sneer. And the valet always keeps it up front.

Along with the new turbocharged engines, every 2018 911 comes with Porsche Active Stability Management suspension and a year of scheduled maintenance. The 911 Carrera and Targa 4 and Turbo models offer all-wheel drive (AWD) as standard fare. There are also eight airbags, a wide array of electronic stability aids, and high-performance brakes comprising 4-piston calipers and 13-inch ventilated rotors. Other standard features on the new Porsche 911 include 4-way-power front seats with manual fore/aft adjustment, partial leather upholstery with a faux-suede headliner, xenon headlights for high and low beams, dual-zone climate control, new touch-screen LCD infotainment (with Apple CarPlay), and a 9-speaker audio system with USB input and Bluetooth phone connectivity.

It's not possible to get into every option available for the 2018 Porsche 911. There’s a rear-wheel steering system that enhances low-speed maneuverability and high-speed stability, and a front-axle lift system that lifts the nose of the car 1.5 inches to clear low-speed obstacles like steep driveways. Other optional features include multi-adjustable ventilated front seats, 12-speaker Burmester audiophile system, ceramic-composite brakes, Sport Chrono package that includes launch-control programming (PDK transmission only) and overboost function, and Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC), which essentially eliminates body roll through a multitude of sensors and hydraulic motors while also providing a more compliant ride in normal driving conditions.

The 911's classic flat-6 "boxer" engine comes in three sizes, but in different power outputs. The 911 S models get more power, while 911 4 models get all-wheel drive, unless it's already standard as it is on the 911 Turbos. It all breaks down like this: 370-horsepower 3.0-liter for Carrera, Carrera T, Carrera 4, Carrera Cabriolet, Carrera 4 Cabriolet, Targa 4; 420-horsepower 3.0-liter for Carrera S, Carrera 4S, Carrera S Cabriolet, Carrera 4S Cabriolet, Targa 4S; 540-horsepower 3.8-liter for 911 Turbo, 911 Turbo Cabriolet; 580-horsepower 3.8-liter for 911 Turbo S, 911 Turbo S Cabriolet; 500-horsepower 4.0-liter for GT3, GT3 Touring; and 700-horsepower 3.8-liter for GT2 RS. The Turbos are all all-wheel drive (AWD), while the GT3 and GT2 RS are rear-wheel drive (RWD) only. Premium fuel is required for all models.3.0-liter twin-turbocharged flat-6 (911 Carrera, Carrera T, Carrera 4, Carrera Cabriolet, Carrera 4 Cabriolet, Targa 4)370 horsepower @ 6,500 rpm331 lb-ft of torque @ 1,750-5,000 rpmEPA city/highway fuel economy: 22/30 mpg (RWD/automatic coupe), 22/28 mpg (RWD/automatic cabriolet; AWD/automatic coupe & Targa), 21/28 mpg (AWD/automatic cabriolet), 20/29 mpg (RWD/manual coupe & cabriolet), 20/28 mpg (AWD/manual coupe), 19/28 mpg (AWD/manual cabriolet & Targa)3.0-liter twin-turbocharged flat-6 (911 Carrera S, Carrera 4S, Carrera S Cabriolet, Carrera 4S Cabriolet, Targa 4S)420 horsepower @ 6,500 rpm368 lb-ft of torque @ 1,700-5,000 rpmEPA city/highway fuel economy: 20/29 mpg (RWD/manual coupe), 22/28 mpg (RWD/automatic coupe & cabriolet), 21/28 mpg (AWD/automatic coupe & cabriolet), 20/28 mpg (RWD/manual cabriolet; AWD/manual coupe), 21/27 mpg (AWD/automatic Targa), 19/28 mpg (AWD/manual cabriolet & Targa)3.0-liter twin-turbocharged flat-6 (911 Carrera GTS, Carrera GTS Cabriolet, Carrera 4 GTS, Carrera 4 GTS Cabriolet, Targa 4 GTS)450 horsepower @ 6,500 rpm405 lb-ft of torque @ 2,150-5,000EPA city/highway fuel economy: 20/26 mpg (RWD/automatic coupe & ; AWD/automatic coupe & Targa), 20/25 mpg (AWD/automatic cabriolet), 18/26 mpg (RWD/manual coupe & cabriolet; AWD/manual coupe, cabriolet & Targa)4.0-liter flat-6 (911 GT3)500 horsepower @ 8,250 rpm339 lb-ft of torque @ 6,250 rpmEPA city/highway fuel economy: 15/20 mpg (automatic), 13/21 mpg (manual)3.8-liter twin-turbocharged flat-6 (911 Turbo, 911 Turbo Cabriolet)540 horsepower @ 6,400 rpm486 lb-ft of torque @ 1,950-5,000 rpm (523 lb-ft w/overboost)EPA city/highway fuel economy: 19/24 mpg (AWD/automatic coupe & cabriolet)3.8-liter twin-turbocharged flat-6 (911 Turbo S, 911 Turbo S Cabriolet)580 horsepower @ 6,750 rpm516 lb-ft of torque @ 2,100-4,250 rpm (553 lb-ft w/overboost)EPA city/highway fuel economy: 19/24 mpg (AWD/automatic coupe & cabriolet), 17/23 mpg (Turbo S Exclusive)3.8-liter twin-turbocharged flat-6 (911 GT2 RS)700 horsepower @ 7,000 rpm553 lb-ft of torque @ 2,500-4,500 rpmEPA city/highway fuel economy: 15/21 mpg

Starting with a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $ 90,000 for a standard Carrera, and stretching to more than $ 294,000 for a GT2 RS, the 2018 Porsche 911 lineup covers virtually every high-end price point and performance level. And that's before selecting options, which can add tens of thousands of dollars. The upshot is that the 911 competes against just about anything, from a Nissan GT-R to the Jaguar F-Type, Maserati GranTurismo, Mercedes-Benz AMG GT S Coupe and Audi R8...and of course the Chevrolet Corvette. You get more bang for your buck with the $ 60,000 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and its 707-horsepower supercharged V8, and even the Corvette Z06 and ZR1 are better values, giving all the performance of a 911 Turbo and GT3 for half the price. Check the Fair Purchase Price to see what others are paying. It’s also good to know that this automotive icon holds its value well.

2018 Porsche 911 Gt2 RS Exterior Colors

Agate Grey Metallic
Carmine Red
Carrara White Metallic
GT Silver Metallic
Graphite blue metallic
Guards Red
Jet Black Metallic
Lava orange
Miami blue
Night blue metallic
Racing Yellow
Rhodium Silver Metallic
Sapphire Blue Metallic
Guards Red
Racing Yellow

2018 Porsche 911 Gt2 RS Interior Colors


2018 Porsche 911 Engines

Engine Standard in Trim Power Torque Fuel Consumption - City Fuel Consumption - Highway 0-100 km/h Quarter Mile Half Mile
3.8L H6 twin-turbo DOHC 24-valve RS 700 hp @ 7000 rpm 765 N.m 11.8 L/100km 7.5 L/100km 2.7 s 9.8 s 16.3 s
3.8L H6 DOHC 24-valve S 400 hp @ 7400 rpm 765 N.m 11.9 L/100km 8.7 L/100km 4.1 s 11.8 s 19.6 s
3.8L H6 DOHC 24 valves 4 S 400 hp @ 7400 rpm 765 N.m 12.2 L/100km 8.9 L/100km 4.0 s 10.5 s 19.6 s
3.8L H6 DOHC 24-valve S Cabriolet 400 hp @ 7400 rpm 765 N.m 12.2 L/100km 8.7 L/100km 4.1 s 11.8 s 19.6 s
3.8L H6 DOHC 24-valve GTS 430 hp @ 7400 rpm 765 N.m 12.6 L/100km 9.0 L/100km 3.9 s 11.5 s 19.1 s
3.8L H6 DOHC 24 valves 4 GTS 430 hp @ 7400 rpm 765 N.m 12.6 L/100km 9.2 L/100km 3.7 s 10.2 s 19.1 s
3.8L H6 DOHC 24-valve GTS Cabriolet 430 hp @ 7400 rpm 765 N.m 12.6 L/100km 9.2 L/100km 3.9 s 11.5 s 19.1 s
3.8L H6 DOHC 24-valve Base 475 hp @ 8250 rpm 765 N.m 16.0 L/100km 11.5 L/100km 3.6 s 11.2 s 18.5 s
3.8L H6 DOHC 24-valve S 400 hp @ 7400 rpm 765 N.m 11.9 L/100km 8.7 L/100km 4.9 s 12.8 s 21.3 s
3.8L H6 DOHC 24 valves 4 S 400 hp @ 7400 rpm 765 N.m 12.2 L/100km 8.9 L/100km 4.8 s 11.4 s 21.3 s

2018 Porsche 911 Trims

2018 Porsche 911 Previous Generations

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Porsche 911 Overview and History

Who hasn't heard of Porsche? In 2006 it won the most prestigious automobile brand for over 70 years of excellence and dedication to the four-wheel god. Established at first as a consulting and development company by Dr. Ing. Ferdinand Porsche in 1931, Porsche SE has since become synonymous with luxurious sports cars as well as cutting edge technology.

Situated in downtown Stuttgart, Porsche's first contract of developing a people's car, a Volkswagen, appointed by the German government. The result was one of the most famous cars in history, one of the best sold and one of the most easily recognizable out there, the Beetle. Many features of the Beetle would find their place on the first ever Porsche, the 64, developed in 1939.

During WWII the Porsche factory turned to making vehicles for the German Army, such as the Kubelwagen and the Schwimmwagen as well as contributing to the production of Tiger and Elefant tanks. After the war Ferdinand was imprisoned for war crimes for 20 months and was during that time that his son, Ferry Porsche, decided to build a new car to suit his needs – the 356.

The success of the 356 and the death of Ferdinand Porsche in 1951 gave Ferry the confidence to follow in his father's footsteps and continue designing cars. One of his most famous designs was the Spyder 550, a car that would prove very successful in races.

By now, the general line of the company seemed evident, as in 1964 another sporty model, the 911, another car with a air-cooled, boxer, rear-mounted engine. The design team for this car was led by Ferry's oldest son, Ferdinand Alexander Porsche. this car would take the legacy of the 550 Spyder even further, winning races and rallies. Testimony to the success of the 911 is the fact that it's still in production today, despite being heavily modified.

Porsche was going to change its status in 1972 from a limited partnership to a public limited company, which meant that now Porsche would be run by a board of directors supervised by family members. In 1974, at the Paris Auto Show, Porsche unveils the new 911 Turbo, with exhaust turbocharger and pressure regulator.

When the 924 was entered in production in 1975, Porsche took a leap of faith because it had not experienced with front-mounted engines for a long time. By Porsche standards, the 928 was an oddity, with its front-mounted V8 engine made out of  metal alloy. Then, in 1981, a new transaxle model is added to the Porsche line-up, the 944. The high-performance Porsche 959 is unveiled at the Frankfurt Auto Show in 1985. It will go on to win a lot of races and rallies, the best known  being the Paris-Dakar.

A new technological leap was made in 1988 when the 911 Carrera 4 with all-wheel drive was introduced on the market. Then, in 1989, the “Tiptronic” automatic gearbox system is fitted on Porsches. In 1991, Porsche becomes the first car manufacturer to fit driver and passenger airbags on all its models.

The Boxter model is introduced in 1996 after 3 and a half years of development. That same year, Porsche celebrates 1million units being produced. Two years later, Ferry Porsche dies at the age of 88 but the company moves on and has a great season at Le Mans with the 911 GT1, coming in first and second. This was going to be only the beginning for Porsche, which continued with the very sporty and high-performance models Boxster S and the Carrera GT in 2000.

In 2002 Porsche entered the SUV market with the unconventional Cayenne and its later versions, the Cayenne Turbo and Turbo S. The next model on the line-up for Porsche, announced for 2009 is the Panamera, a four-door sedan. With this new model, Porsche seems set to take on a whole new market, directly competing with other luxury brands such as Mercedes, BMW and Audi.

2018 Porsche 911 Consumer Reviews

debugkenzi, 10/27/2019
"the C2 is really a GT..."
I've been driving Porsche's for over forty years and have owned numerous variants. Bought this 2013 991 used after selling my trouble free 997 with 103k miles on it. The sticker on this base 991 was 125k, it had everything on it including my beloved ducktail. It had 13k miles on it... I paid 68k. It now has 19k miles hence the review. First, the car is much more of a cruiser, as in GT. Not as visceral as the 997 or 993 but more refined. Quick and nimble but you're still firmly planted in all driving situations... The interior is more in keeping with a pricey sports car vs. the 997. One complaint on the 2013, no back up camera. Seats, radio, auto windscreen, its a ragtop, all well done. I've road tripped this car over 2500 miles driving seven hours on the long days... no real driver fatigue and a pleasure to drive... No mechanical issues... most Porsches don't break, although I had a 996 C4 that suffered the dreaded ims bearing... but no fear here. Find a low mileage used 991... and enjoy the ride

2018 Porsche 911 Gt2 RS Specifications

RS Comfort and Convenience

AM/FM stereo radioYes
Air ConditionningDual-zone auto climate control
Audio InterfaceUniversal audio interface
Audio Monitor7-inch colour touchscreen
Auxiliary input jackYes
Bluetooth Wireless TechnologyYes
Cellular PhoneTelephone preparation for mobile phone
Courtesy Dome LightFootwell lighting
Cruise ControlYes
Driver Vanity MirrorIlluminated driver vanity mirror
Front WipersAdjustable intermittent and rain sensing wipe
Garage Door OpenerHomelink universal garage-door opener and remote
Heated Washer NozzleHeated windshield washer nozzles
Illuminated EntryIlluminated entry with fade-out
Interior Air FilterCarbon filter
MP3 CapabilityYes
Navigation SystemYes
Number of Speakers8 loudspeakers
Passenger Vanity MirrorIlluminated passenger vanity mirror
Power Door LocksPower door lock
Power Outlet3 12-volt power outlet
Power WindowsPower windows with driver one-touch down feature
Reading LightFront reading lights
Remote Keyless EntryYes
Single CDCD player
Sirius XM satellite radioYes
Steering Wheel AdjustmentPower tilt and telescopic steering wheel ajust
Trunk/Hatch OperationRemote trunk hatch release

RS Dimensions

Cargo Capacity116 L
Curb Weight1470 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity64 L
Gross Vehicle Weight1720 kg
Height1297 mm
Length4549 mm
Maximum Cargo Capacity341 L
Wheelbase2453 mm
Width1880 mm

RS Exterior Details

Body Trim Badge«Porsche» logo and «GT2 RS» designation
Body Trim Fuel Filler Door ColourFuel cap with aluminum look finish
Driving LightsDaytime running lights and position lights (LED)
ExhaustBrushed stainless steel exhaust tips
Exterior DecorationFront luggage compartment lid, rear lid and doors in aluminium
Exterior Folding MirrorsFolding outside mirrors
Exterior Mirrors Auto DimmingAuto-dimming driver side exterior mirror
Headlight TypeBi-xenon headlamps
Headlights Headlight WashersHeadlamps washing system
Headlights Leveling HeadlightsAuto levelling headlights
Heated Exterior MirrorsHeated outside mirrors
Perimeter LightingWelcome home lighting
Power Exterior MirrorsPower-adjustable outside mirrors
Rear Fog LightsRear fog light
Rear SpoilerAutomatically controlled rear spoiler
Rear Window DefrosterYes
Roof RackPreparation for roof transport system
SunroofPower glass sunroof
TaillightsLED taillights
Tinted GlassGreen tinted heat-insulating glass

RS Interior Details

Brake Pad Wear WarningYes
Driver Info Center4.6 inch TFT VGA display with on-board computer
Floor MatsYes
Front Seats Driver Power SeatsPower front seats
Front Seats Front Seat Back StorageExtra storage behind the rear seat backrests
Front Seats Front Seat TypeSportbucket front seats
Front Seats HeatedHeated front seats
Glove BoxLarge lockable glove compartment
Hand Brake Leather TrimLeather-wrapped hand brake handle
HeadlinerAlcantara roof liner
Interior Trim DoorsillsDoor-sill guards
Low Fuel WarningYes
Luxury Dashboard TrimCarbon fibre dashboard and centre console trims
Number of Cup Holders2 cupholders
Oil Pressure GaugeYes
Outside Temperature GaugeOutside temperature display
Seat TrimLeather/Alcantara seats
Shifter Knob TrimLeather-wrapped shift knob
Steering Wheel TrimLether-wrapped steering wheel
Trip ComputerOn-board computer
Water Temperature GaugeCoolant temperature gauge

RS Mechanical

Drive TrainRear-wheel drive
Engine Name3.8L H6 twin-turbo DOHC 24-valve
Stability ControlYes
Traction ControlYes
Transmission7-speed automated sequential transmission with manual mode

RS Overview

Engine3.8L H6 twin-turbo DOHC 24-valve
Fuel Consumption
Power700 hp @ 7000 rpm
Transmission7-speed automated sequential transmission with manual mode
WarrantiesBumper-to-Bumper80000/km, 48/Months Powertrain80000/km, 48/Months Roadside Assistance80000/km, 48/Months Rust-throughUnlimited/km, 144/Months

RS Safety

Anti-Lock BrakesABS brakes
Anti-Theft AlarmAlarm system
Brake AssistBrake assist
Brake Type4-wheel disc
Brakes Brake Caliper FinishPainted
Driver AirbagDriver side front airbag
Front Seat Beltspre-tensioner
Hill Start AssistHill start assist
Ignition DisableElectronic immobilizer
Parking BrakeElectric
Passenger AirbagPassenger side front airbag
Performance BrakesPorsche ceramic composite brake
Rear Seat BeltsCenter 3-point
Rear View CameraRear view camera
Roof Side CurtainSide curtain airbag
Side AirbagFront side airbags
Tire Inflator KitTire repair kit

RS Suspension and Steering

Drive Selection«Sport» button with race track mode
Front Anti-Roll BarYes
Front SuspensionFront independent suspension
Front Tires265/35ZR20 front tires
Power SteeringSpeed-sensitive power rack-and-pinion steering
Rear Anti-Roll BarYes
Rear SuspensionIndependent rear suspension
Rear Tires325/30ZR21 rear tires
Tire Pressure Monitoring SystemYes
Turning Circle11.1-meter turning circle diameter
Wheel LocksAnti-theft wheels protection
Wheel TypeFront 20-inch / 21-inch rear alloy wheels

Critics Reviews

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The 2015 Porsche 911 is an enthusiast's dream, with excellent handling, comfort, and performance at every step through its range. Find out why the 2015 Porsche 911 is rated 9.0 by The Car ...
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2015 Porsche 911 Pricing The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is the "sticker price" for this vehicle, including optional equipment, when it was new. The price range for the 2015 Porsche 911 is $ 69,403 - $ 132,888.
The 2015 Porsche 911 is ranked #6 in 2015 Luxury Sports Cars by U.S. News & World Report. See the full review, prices, and listings for sale near you!

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