The 911 was designed to be a pure-bred sports car from the very start, initially offering 130 hp. As early as 1966, the first S model hit the road with an engine built for higher compression. The 911 S 2.0
This tradition is also followed by the new 911, boasting six cylinders, a displacement of 3.0 liters and two engine variants: one rated 370 hp and the other – an S model – offering 420 hp.
Both engines meet the requirements of our time. Thanks to their turbocharged design, they generate more power – with reduced displacement and lower fuel consumption.
Incredible sportiness is the number one discipline of the 911
Fitted as standard for the first time in all models:
The base models are equipped with 19-inch alloy wheels. The newly styled single-tube tailpipes are imposing – just like the sound.