2017 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 PDK Automatic Tested: Yes, It’s as Good as Its Siblings ""

By | September 19, 2017


As guaranteed as death and taxes is that every iteration of today’s Porsche 911 is ridiculously quick, has gobs of grip, and stops like someone dropped a concrete wall in its path. The slowest model we’ve tested, the 370-hp Carrera with the manual transmission, smoked to 60 mph in 4.0 seconds flat. That’s the base 911. The rest of the “entry-level” Carreras—those lacking GTS, Turbo, or GT3 badges—fall between that time and the automatic-transmission Carrera S’s 3.1-second rip. Each is capable of at least 1.00 g of lateral grip and a stop from 70 mph in fewer than 150 feet. READ MORE ››



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