2017 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet PDK Review

Porsche’s 2017 911 Carrera S Cabriolet is the most powerful Porsche car yet. Not only is the automobile a powerful sports car, it looks good and is functional. The Cabriolet is available with both standard and automatic (PDK) transmissions. There are many add-ons available with the Cabriolet. Cabriolet means a car with a roof that folds down. The Porsche 911 Carrera is one of the most iconic sports cars in the world. This convertible coupe is ultra sporty, ultra powerful, ultra functional, and ultra luxurious.

Porsche AG is one of the most prestigious automobile companies in the world. Since the company was founded in 1931, it has been built into an international company that produces luxury sports cars. To own a Porsche is a sign of prestige and accomplishment.

The Porsche 911 Carrera was built as the “901” in 1963 as a luxury sports car. It had a 6 cylinder engine for power and a roomy interior for luxury. The 911 Carrera was updated over the next several decades. In 1965 the fold down top was introduced. The Tanga bar was made to look sporty. Tanga is named for “Tanga Florio”, a Sicilian road race. Tanga also means “shield”. The 911 Carrera was further developed with more power, better equipment, lighter weight, and more room.

The back seats folded down to have more cargo space. During the 1970’s, the 911 Carrera was developed as a race car. It was given a larger engine, aluminum wheels, and an external oil tank. For its 10th anniversary, the car got a new sportier look and more power. During the 1980’s the Cabriolet was introduced, and in the 1990’s, the car had added 4 wheel drive. At that time the car was not as popular as it had been. Porsche further revamped the 911 Carrera and by 2004, it was again one of the most popular Porsche’s to own. Today, Porsche’s 911 Carerra is currently one of the most popular models.

Here is a look at the Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet PDK.

Power

Porsche’s 2017 911 Carrera S Chabriolet PDK is an incredibly powerful sports car. The automobile accelerates from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 3.9 seconds but test drivers have determined that it accelerates much faster. It reaches speeds of 180 miles per hour. The PDK has 7 speeds. This Carrera is the most powerful drop top Porsche has made. Not only is the car powerful, the ride is smooth. This sports car completely combines comfort, luxury, and power. The next update could make the car faster than a Ferrari.

Look

Not only is the 2017 Carrera S Cabriolet powerful, it also looks great. It is aerodynamic and sporty. It has Porsche’s classic look and style. The interior has top of the line options and is sophisticate, comfortable, and luxurious. The sports design makes this car completely aero-optimized. The mirrors are exterior. The car has the “GTS” badging. The taillight lenses are smoked The back air intake grille is silk-glass. This car features a sport exhaust system with black center mount twin outlets. A sleek black trim strip ties the taillights together. The roof bar is finished in striking black.

The interior of the latest Porsche Carrera has many optimal features. The sports seats are luxurious and comfortable. They are deep and bolstered and match the powerful feel of the car. Comfortable spa quality Alcantara inserts provide a nice cushioning in the seats. The seats feature the GTS logo. The standard trim on the interior of the car is a sleek adonized brushed black. A stop watch integrated into the dashboard is available with the Sport Chrono package. Porsche also has an app available for track precision. This app allows automatic recording of driving data with a detailed display and analysis available for the car’s owner.

Specs

The 2017 911 Carrera Cabriolet is filled with many optimal aspects to it. It has a 3 liter turbo charged flat-6 engine. The powerful engine has 420 horsepower. The car reaches top speeds of 180 miles per hour. The fuel tank holds nearly 17 gallons. he fuel economy Is 14 miles per gallon. The sleek car is 177.1 inches long with a wheel base of 96.5 inches. The car is 572 inches wide and 50.8 inches high. This Carrera has a rear wheel engine and is real wheel drive. It has direct fuel injection. The twin turbocharged engine is intercooled. The engine has DOHC 24 valve with aluminum block and heads. The roomy interior has 70 cubic feet of passenger space. The trunk cargo space holds 5 cubic feet.

Price

The base price of the 2017 911 Porsche Carrera Cabriolet is $120,000 and add-ons can reach $145,000. The Sport Chrono Package is $6,290. The car is available in a beautiful Sapphire blue for an extra $710. Interior Sapphire blue trim is $955. The car comes with matte black 21 inch RS Spyder Design wheels wrapped with Pirelli P Zero tires for $2370. Lane change assistance costs $850. Power front seats with 14 adjustable positions are an extra $2320. An Extended leather package costs $3,850. The premium package includes cooled seats, keyless start, LED headlamps, and auto-dimming mirrors and other features costs $3,970. Rear wheel foot-well lighting costs $430. A front axle lift system is an additional $2,590.

The latest edition of Porsche’s 911 Carrera Cabriolet is a powerful and luxurious car to own. The classic coupe is sleek and aerodynamic. Its engine is robust. The interior is comfortable, sophisticated, and stylish. This car is the fastest and sportiest Porsche to date. Owning a Porsche 911 Carrera is the dream of many. The car is one of the worlds greatest luxury sports cars.

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