The Porsche 911 model has had several versions in the past - none of which were below par with respect to quality, uniqueness in style, and power performance. It was recently announced that there would be an additional three more models to join the lineup on top of the 16 versions of the model.
During the Detroit Auto Show, the German automobile maker did not reveal its latest updates on the famous Porsche 911 lineup. However, it was announced today that the company would create three new versions of the lineup - the Porsche 911 GTS Coupe, Cabriolet, and Targa edition.
As reported by Auto Blog, the Porsche 911 Carrera s and 20 other versions of the 2016 GTS lineup would yield models which instill 450hp, could produce up to 405pd.-ft. of torque, and would be available in seven-speed manual options as its standard transmission. Furthermore, each of which would be installed with the Porsche Active Suspension Management concept which would improve the cars' chassis to 0.39in lower ride height.
The interiors would have the Sport Seats Plus standard design which will be encrypted with the GTS logos, seats with leather and Alcantara along with its stirring wheel, has a center armrest, and gear leveler. Its technological updates include the Track Precision App which would track and record driver experience and performance.
In other news, Car and Driver reported that the Porsche 911 lineup would be powered by a turbocharged flat-six engine, all-wheel drive coupe and convertible options along with wider bodies, 20-inch black wheels and black finish. Furthermore, the exhaust pipes were also upgraded along with its front lip spoiler and darker tail lights. Their acceleration has been pegged at 3.4sec at a 0-60mph measure and with a horsepower of up to 370. The Porsche 911 lineup would be priced at a range of $119,000 to $138,200.