Porsche 911

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    Gearbox:
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    Fuel:
    Petrol
    Mileage:
    39
    Engine:
    4.0L

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    Gearbox:
    Manual
    Fuel:
    Petrol
    Mileage:
    28
    Engine:
    3.7L

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    Gearbox:
    Manual
    Fuel:
    Petrol
    Mileage:
    1,200
    Engine:
    3.0L

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    Gearbox:
    Automatic
    Fuel:
    Petrol
    Mileage:
    100
    Engine:
    3.0L

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    Gearbox:
    Automatic
    Fuel:
    Petrol
    Mileage:
    10,529
    Engine:
    3.0L

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    Gearbox:
    Automatic
    Fuel:
    Petrol
    Mileage:
    260
    Engine:
    3.0L

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    Gearbox:
    Automatic
    Fuel:
    Petrol
    Mileage:
    0
    Engine:
    3.0L

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    Gearbox:
    Automatic
    Fuel:
    Petrol
    Mileage:
    5,000
    Engine:
    3.0L

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    Gearbox:
    Automatic
    Fuel:
    Petrol
    Mileage:
    1,900
    Engine:
    3.0L

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    Gearbox:
    Automatic
    Fuel:
    Petrol
    Mileage:
    1,000
    Engine:
    3.0L

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Porsche 911

Is the German-made Porsche 911 the most legendary sports car in the world? Probably, and with good reason, because nothing else comes close to that essence of sporting automotive purity. These days there’s a whole family of 911 variants: There’s the basic 911 coupé and now buyers wishing to import from the UK to Kenya, New Zealand and elsewhere can also purchase turbo models, a speedster, a Targa, a cabriolet, GT2 and GT3 models with RS options, all with further options still. Have a look at the MHH International stock listings on these pages that also give detailed specifications of individual vehicles.

The Exterior

The 911 does not change, it evolves, slowly, over time. The current base model is wider, with a more assertive stance and continues with the traditional feature of the earlier series 911: a forward-extended bonnet with a distinctive recess in front of the windscreen. LED headlights indicate the advanced technology in the 911 seamlessly integrated as they are into the wings, and have a typically 911 look – round and upright. Optional LED matrix headlights are available for new orders while optimised daytime running lights ensure that the 911 has greater presence on the road.

The straight lines of the front end are continued consistently in the side view. The doors give the impression of having been seamlessly inserted between the front and rear wings, with straight lines and no frills. The sweep of the side contour begins lower down than on the previous model, moving the visual centre of gravity lower and thereby underlining the more compact appearance.

As a distinguishing feature, the rear-wheel-drive models have black louvres, while the all-wheel-drive models have chrome elements in the rear grille. The rear spoiler is positioned directly below the air intake and is now significantly wider, extending almost to the outer edge of the tail lights. Thus the 911 changes, while remaining basically the same.

The Interior

The cockpit in the latest model continues the theme of evolution by reminding us that a dashboard needs to be clear and unambiguous. The traditional analogue rev counter is however now flanked by two frameless displays that appear to float. Just as it did in the original 911, the new dashboard covers the entire width between two horizontal wing levels, the centre console featuring an integrated touchpad. The analogue past embraces the digital future.

The adjacent new 10.9” touchscreen display is flush-mounted, and the trim surface in front of the control unit serves as a hand rest to support fast and distraction-free operation. Underneath, there is a new switch unit with five buttons for direct access to important vehicle functions. These can be operated intuitively thanks to their exposed position. For example, depending on the range of features available, ‘Wet Mode’ can be activated by pressing a button.

In front of the driver is a refined multi-function steering wheel while comfort is provided by seats of lightweight construction. The moulded shape gives improved lateral support in the shoulder area. Although the seat is now positioned five millimetres lower and has a very slightly thinner cushion, seating comfort has nonetheless been considerably improved. Despite the history, the technology is very much at the cutting edge of 21st Century automotive science, with a full package of safety and infotainment features; some of which are optional on new orders.

Driving The Porsche 911

Porsche have released a new generation of turbo-charged flat-six engines, replacing the naturally-aspirated engines of old. Development has been primarily focused on further enhancing performance, alongside meeting the latest emissions standards by including larger turbochargers. Even the base model reaches 62mph in just 4.2 seconds! Things may change under the engine cover but there remains the unmistakable sound of the 911, contributing to the driving pleasure of this sports car.

Drive is through an eight-speed dual-clutch PDK automatic transmission, replacing the seven-speed in earlier versions.

There’s a host of improvements enhancing the combination of comfort, performance and efficiency. New and used versions of this prestige sports car may also feature the ‘Sport Chrono’ package which adds handling and performance enhancements.

Some of the versions offer all-wheel-drive as an option but if that is an essential component then the Turbo and Turbo S are the ones to go for as they get four-wheel drive as standard, delivering brutal acceleration. The GT3 and GT2 models are much more specialised. All 911s have adaptive suspension as standard, which means the driver can effectively change the stiffness of the suspension to suit the drive. Perhaps, on to the open road, the firmer Sport setting is the ideal, giving both a comfortable yet firm ride. Handling is sublime thanks to beautifully weighted steering that’s both communicative and incredibly accurate.

Should You Buy One?

The cabin is snug and luxurious, ideal for two, with the proviso that luggage space will only take weekend bags. This car is a technological marvel that is designed to give the driver a real, full-on experience. Modern science has removed the old-school tail-happy nature of the early 911’s meaning this is a safe car to drive every day. If it suits an individual’s lifestyle then there is no finer sports car. Get in touch to find out more.