The 911 was designed from the start as a thoroughbred sports car, initially with 96 kW (130 hp). As early as 1966, the first S-models appeared on the roads with a high compression engine. The 911 S 2.0
This is the tradition that the 911 follows to date. With 6 cylinders, 3.0-litre cylinder capacity and 272 kW (370 hp) and 309 kW (420 hp) in the S-model.
Both engines do justice to the expectations of our times. Due to the turbo charge, they perform better, with less cylinder capacity and consumption.
A standard in all models: the electronic adjustment of the shock absorber system,
The basic models stand on 19-inch alloy wheels. They are just as striking as the tailpipes and as characteristic as the sound that comes from them.