TALK TO ROMANS ON 01727 858000. Welcome to the biggest change to the iconic 911 since the water-cooled boxer replaced the air-cooled unit in 1999. The adoption of turbocharging is the result of increasingly stringent global fuel economy targets and emissions standards. Fortunately, some technologies are as helpful to performance as they are to Mother Nature. The latest Porsche 911 Carrera 4S` new 3.0L flat-6 engine proves this point with 420 hp and 368 lb-ft of torque for an identical gain of 20 hp and an even better 58 lb-ft advantage over its predecessor`s 3.8L unit, while full twist is achieved at just 1,700 rpm for more immediate response off the line. All this from a smaller powerplant that saves up to 12% in fuel. Its straight-line performance is addictively quick - 0-60mph in 3.8s with the dual-clutch PDK upgraded with the Sport Chrono package. That PDK is a masterful piece of electromechanical kit, featuring an intensely quick, positive-shifting, dual-clutch design that is still surprisingly smooth until your right thumb rotates the new 918 Spyder-inspired steering wheel-mounted drive mode dial past `O` (default) and `S` to the most extreme `S+` setting, at which point the shifts are appropriately more abrupt, although nothing that resembles a race car. The interior design is ideally minimal, the quality of materials is superb, and most of the switchgear is above par. The only changes are the aforementioned steering wheel and its rotating driving mode selector, that latter items controls now missing from the slanted centre stack, plus a new state-of-the-art 7inch multi-touch colour PCM (Porsche Communication Management) infotainment system. The exterior sees perhaps the smallest changes, just new bumpers and LED lighting front and rear. There is a new front splitter, and everything is designed to channel more airflow for cooling the turbos; including active cooling flaps, and an adaptive rear spoiler that funnels air into the engine bay as well as creates downforce. This Jet Black example comes with black leather interior and a long list of specification to include Sport Exhaust System, Sport Chrono Package, BOSE Surround Sound-System, Sport Seats, Electric Slide/Tilt Glass Sunroof, Seat Heating, Cruise Control, 20in Alloy Wheels Painted in Black (High Gloss), Guards Red Seat Belts, Front and Rear Park Assist - see more details in `Specification` section on the right. Also, it comes with the balance of manufacturer`s warranty till January 2019. Please make an enquiry below or book an appointment on 01727 858000 to view this car.
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