Porsche has just released its new 911 from the 992 generation, and you can bet there will be as many variants as we saw in the previous 991 generation, and possibly more. We’re talking about two dozen variants, from the Carrera base to the GT2 RS.
The prototype lacks camouflage equipment, which means that the debut cannot be far. We will likely see dealerships coming later this year as the 2021 model.
It seems that Porsche has once again disappeared with a design that reflects the original model from 1965, which includes the characteristic roll bar, retractable convertible top and all-round rear window. It also seems that, unlike the classic silver look, Porsche will again offer a black satin finish for the roll bar.
Apart from the roof, the Targa should be identical to the Carrera variant on which it is based. This means that there will be a 3.0-liter flat engine with two turbochargers that generates 443 horsepower and 390 lb-ft S-shaped torque. The only transmission is currently an 8-speed dual clutch unit, but a regular manual comes out.
If you are now ready to order an open version of the latest 911, the regular convertible is now on sale. the Price starts from $ 127,350 for Carrera S Cabriolet.