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In 1992/93, 86 units of the lightweight design 911 Turbo S (Type 964) were built, representing the high water mark of the model line with a price tag of DM 295,000.
Icon of its era: this 911 „American Roadster GS“ was a one-off car for a US collector
At the rear end, the exhaust system with its twin tailpipe in black has the last sporty word. The optional sports exhaust system offers an even more impressive sound. Listen here: http://www.porsche.com/microsite/cayman-r/
Minimise to maximise was the idea. The guiding principle was the power-to-weight ratio. For us, improving performance is not simply about boosting engine output, but radically dispensing with features that would otherwise mean only one thing: increased weight. This is the principle of Porsche Intelligent Performance. What does this mean for the driver? Even more dynamics, even more agility, and even more Porsche. http://www.porsche.com/microsite/cayman-r/
The new 911 has a lightweight composite construction in aluminium and steel. Used extensively and in just the right places, lightweight aluminium improves fuel economy and dynamic performance and helps to achieve a low weight to power ratio of 4.7 kg/kW (3.5 kg/hp) for the 911 Carrera S. Learn more: http://www.porsche.com/microsite/911/
Brakes. Another crucial piece of the Porsche identity is the brakes. We value them as highly as we do our engines and chassis. They set standards for deceleration and stability, and give the driver the reassurance needed to push the car to the limits of its performance. Learn more: http://www.porsche.com/microsite/911/
You could ask whether the sportscar is still relevant. It would be a good question, but you might as well ask the same of dreams. The answer to both questions lies in the future or, to be more precise, in the future of the sportscar. In the new 911, the future has already begun. The highly efficient, state-of-the-art engines make a considerable contribution to reducing fuel consumption, but their sound is still unmistakably Porsche. Learn more: http://www.porsche.com/microsite/911/
The Cayenne GTS features Bi-Xenon main headlights with black surround and Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS). The dynamic cornering light function swivels the main headlights towards the inside of a bend based on the current steering angle and road speed, while the static cornering lights activate the auxiliary headlights in order to illuminate more of the road in tight bends and turns.
When you step inside the new Cayenne GTS, the concept is immediately clear: pure, exclusive and exhilarating sports appeal.
GTS – three unmistakable letters which, in conjunction with the name Porsche, have written history both on and off the track. Three letters that combine exceptional racing performance with superb everyday agility and that, at Porsche, have always stood for impressive figures.