Porsche is celebrating 50 years since they have first introduced the 911 Targa and to do it in a spectacular way, the specialists have developed a more dymanic and powerful GTS version of the model. Under the hood, the engineers have provided a GTS engine capable of generating 430 horsepower. This comes together with the standard Sport Chrono package, PASM chassis and also with a sport exhaust system. The power is being sent to the wheels through 20-inch wheels. The output enables the car to accelerate and reach300 km/h top speed and from 0 to 100 km/h it only needs 4.3 seconds. In terms of fuel consumption, the 911 Targa GTS reaches 9.2 10 10.0 l/100km on combined cycle.
On the inside, designers have provided four-way adjustable Sport Plus seats with black GTS logo on the head restraints. The most used material on the inside is black Alcantara which is lighter in comparison to leather. The 911 Targa has always been a member of the 911 lineup since 1965, when it was introduced on the market and just for information, approximately one out of eight 911 cars ever sold was a Targa. Today, with the new 911 Targa 4 GTS, the manufacturer is extanding its lineup of the modern classic.
The ones interested in the model should know that it will be available in Germany starting mid-March this year and according to the latest details regarding the price, it will be sold for EUR137.422, including all taxes and country-specific elements. These are all the details available for now on the new Porsche pride, but new ones are on the way.
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