In addition to creating the ultimate sports car, Porsche has modified the 911 in twenty-one different ways to make sure every driver can find one to love. The Porsche 911 has been regarded as one of the best and most popular sports cars on the market since its release in September of 1964. Now, more than half of a century later, the Porsche 911 remains as a top pick for sports car enthusiasts, offering a number of different models. In fact, on Monday Porsche revealed five new variants to the Porsche 911 making a total of twenty-one different options for the 911 line-up. There are few, if any, sports cars that are more iconic than the Porsche 911, however, there are some people who complain that the appearance of the 911 has barely changed over its long-time evolution. Though this is fairly true, Porsche has managed to subtly arrange and modify all of the ingredients to make twenty-one modern versions of this quintessential sports car. Most Recent Additions to the Porsche 911 As previously mentioned, Porsche just added five new variants to the 911 line-up all within the GTS nomenclature. These include the Carrera GTS Coupe, the Carrera 4 GTS Coupe, the Carrera GTS [...]
Santa Barbara, CA January, 2014 – The North American International Auto Show was the perfect opportunity to debut the latest version of the Porsche 911 and Porsche Santa Barbara is eager to bring the new Targa 4 to its customers. Echoing the design of the original 911 Targa of 1965, the 911 Targa 4 features the distinctive Targa bar, a movable center roof section and a wrap-around rear window combined with innovative technical solutions that make it a true modern classic.