Porsche Porsche 911


Larger brakes and more brake pistons to cope with the higher engine power of these models. Consequently, they feature red six-piston monobloc aluminum fixed brake calipers at the front and four-piston aluminum monobloc fixed calipers at the rear. The brake disc diameter is 13.4 inches (340 mm) at the front and 13 inches (330 mm) at the rear.
• Tire Pressure Monitoring system (TPMS), and reminds you of your selected communication and audio settings.
• Cruise control function regulates your speed according to the distance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front. A radar sensor monitors the road ahead. If you have set a cruising speed but have begun to gain on the vehicle in front because it is driving more slowly, this is detected by the radar sensor. cruise control operates in the 19-149 mph speed range and is activated using a button on the steering column control stalk.
• Porsche Active Safe (PAS) will issue audible and visual warnings.
• PSM improves traction using the automatic brake differential (ABD) and anti-slip regulation (ASR).
• 911 is equipped as standard with the Porsche Side Impact Protection System (POSIP). It comprises side impact protection elements in the doors and two airbags on each side. An integral thorax airbag is located in each seat side bolster, while the door panels each contain an upwards-inflating head airbag. Each thorax airbag has a volume of 2.6 gallons (10 liters) and each head airbag 3.9 gallons (15 liters), ensuring excellent protection in the event of a side impact.
• PTV and PTV Plus are able to improve steering response and steering precision by specific braking of the right or left rear wheel. PTV Plus is regulated electronically and the torque distribution is infinitely variable. Whichever system is fitted, it interacts with Porsche Stability Management (PSM) to improve driving stability on a range of surface conditions, including the wet and snow.
• PASM, the electronic damping control system. It actively and continuously regulates damping forces according to driving style and road conditions. In addition, the suspension is lowered by 0.39-inch (10mm). In ‘Sport’ mode, the suspension is set to a harder damper rating. On uneven roads, PASM immediately switches to a softer rating, thereby improving contact between the wheels and the road. When the road surface improves, PASM automatically reverts to the original, harder rating. If ‘Normal’ mode is selected and the driver’s style becomes more assertive, PASM automatically switches to a harder rating. Damping firms up, and driving stability and road safety are increased.
• The independent suspension at the front features a lightweight spring-strut axle with longitudinal and transverse links and cross members that have been refined for stiffness. The rear axle is equipped with a motorsport-derived multi-link suspension and chassis subframe.
• PDCC is an active anti-roll system that suppresses lateral body movement during cornering maneuvers. This effect is achieved with the aid of hydraulic stabilizing actuators in the form of cylinders designed to optimize camber. Lateral roll is counteracted by forces generated at each individual wheel, based on steering angle and lateral acceleration.


• Traction Management (PTM) is standard on all 911 Carrera all-wheel-drive models. It is an active all-wheel-drive system with an electronically variable map-controlled multi-plate clutch, automatic brake differential (ABD) and anti-slip regulation (ASR).Drive power is distributed between the permanently driven rear axle and the front axle by means of the electronically variable multi-plate clutch. The status of the vehicle is continuously monitored so that it is possible to respond to different driving situations. Sensors are used to collect a range of data, including the rotational speed of all four wheels, the lateral and longitudinal acceleration of the car and the current steering angle.


Its sound is still unmistakably Porsche. SPORT button… the engine becomes tuned for a sharper response and engine dynamics that are even more direct. cylinder-specific knock control. Since the cylinders never all work under exactly the same conditions, the knock control function monitors each one separately. The ignition point is shifted individually, as and when necessary, to protect the cylinders and pistons at high engine speeds.

Carrera S

Boxer 3.8-liter engine
400 cv @7400 rpm
Torque 325 Lb/Ft @ 5.600 rpm
0-100km/h 0 – 62 MPH 4.1 sec (3.9 sec Sport Plus)
Top Speed 301 km/h 187 MPH
Trasmission: 7-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK)

Carrera 4S

Boxer 3.8-liter engine
400 cv @ 7400 rpm
Torque 325 Lb/Ft @ 5.600 rpm
0-100km/h 0 – 62 MPH 4.5 sec
Top Speed 296 km/h 184 MPH 4.1 sec (3.9 sec Sport Plus)
Trasmission: 7-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK)
PTM 4 wheel drive


The luggage compartment volume in the 911 models vary from 4.7 cubic feet to 5.1 cubic feet on the 911 Carrera all-wheel-drive models. The luggage compartment is fully trimmed in scratch-resistant materials.
• At high speeds, the steering is as firm extreme precision while steering comfort remains as high. At low speeds, the steering ratio of Power steering Plus adjusts for much easier maneuvering and parking.
• Porsche materials are high quality with a sporty character.
• The sports seats in partial leather are comfortable and provide support even during performance driving. They are equipped as standard with electric seat height and backrest adjustment and mechanical fore/aft adjustment.
• An active carbon filter traps particles, pollen and odors and an automatic air-recirculation function permanently monitors air quality, reduces humidity and switches from fresh to recirculated air when required.


Porsche Porsche 911

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