A Preview of the 2018 Porsche 911 Carrera T

Porsche’s 2018 911 Carrera T is here. The retro vehicle promises to be a classic Porsche enthusiast’s dream. The car is modeled after the 1968 Carrera Coupe with its simplistic lightweight sporty features. Porsche’s entry level Carrera has just the right amount of simplistic, classic, sporty features with added accents to make owning this model a dream. The car is lightweight and aerodynamic. It features a powerful engine that makes driving and riding in the model an exhilarating experience. The exterior and interior of this latest model have Porsche’s classic accents that add to the look and feel of the luxury sports car.

Here are some things we know about the 2018 Porsche 911 Carrera T model.

Retro

Porsche’s 1968 911 Carrera Coupe epitomized a generation when auto races came in vogue. The 1968 model was a classic, lightweight sports car meant to provide a powerful, exhilarating and smooth ride. The model’s petite aerodynamic and sporty look was combined luxury and speed. Porsche’s 2018 911 Carrera 911 is based on the 1968 Coupe and presents the next generation with a sporty, lightweight, classic and elegant ride. With the same aerodynamic and simplistic, sporty design, and Porsche’s classic details and accents, the latest model brings back memories of 1968. The 2018 model features the same energy of 1968’s 370 horsepower. This retro model has been updated with modern accents but retains the classic look, feel and drive of the 1968 model.

Aerodynamic Exterior

The exterior of the 2018 911 Carrera T is classic, sleek and aerodynamic. Lightweight glass on the rear window and exterior windows help produce mobility and speed. The front of the Carrera T features a sporty spoiler lip. The lines and molding of this model add to the lightness, mobility and speed creating a smooth yet exhilarating ride. This latest retro model comes with multiple classic paint options including Black, Guards Red, Racing Yellow, White, and Miami Blue. Metallic options include White, Black and Silver. The 2018 Carrera T’s mirrors are Agate Grey. Thee 20 inch Carrera S wheels are Titanium Grey. The Louvres on the rear deck grill, the Porsche logo and the model designation are all finished in Agate Grey. The sports exhaust features a black accented tip.

Sporty Interior

The interior of Porsche’s 2018 911 Carrera T is classic and sporty. The sports car can be ordered with 2 full bucket seats or a set of front and rear seats. Each black Sports-Tex covered seat adjusts to 4 positions. The seats feature accent stitching in either contrasting Racing Yellow, Guards Red or GT Silver. The headrests are embossed with the stitching of the “911” logo. The shortened gear shift is embossed. Interior trim on the black dashboard and doors comes in contrasting color to match the seat stitching. The Carrera T has unique and sporty loop door openers also featuring the contrasting stitching for a sporty finish. The steering will features a quality leather rim. The interior of the 2018 911 Carrera T is sleek, sporty and elegant.

Lightweight and Powerful

As with all of Porsche’s sports cars, the latest model of the 911 Carrera T is lightweight and powerful. With today’s technology, the model is even lighter weight, more aerodynamic and more powerful than its 1968 ancestor. The car weighs in at just over 3,100 pounds. The aerodynamic exterior and the powerful engine adds to the exciting ride of the Carrera T. The twin turbo 3.0 liter, 370 horsepower engine, and 7-speed manual transmission make driving the Carrera T exciting. The vehicle comes with Porsche’s standard 2-mode PASM Sports suspension. This 2018 model is fitted with the lightweight version of Porsche’s Sports Chrono package. Both the aesthetic and mechanical features of the 2018 Porsche 911 Carrera T provide a car that is classic, sporty and fun.

With modern technology and classic Porsche touches the 2018 911 Carrera T is an exciting model for any Porsche enthusiast. It’s sleek shape, powerful engine and unique accents and details bring the 2018 model up to speed with the twenty-first century while retaining the classic sports dreams of 1968. The model comes with physical options to accent its powerful engine and lightweight design. Unique features on the exterior and interior of the 2018 911 Carrera T add to the excitement of driving Porsche’s classic racecar model. As always Porsche brings elegance and luxury to an exhilarating lightweight and powerful ride. Driving a Porsche is a one of a kind experience. What better way to enjoy the road than in the latest 2018 911 Carrera touring car by classic carmaker Porsche?


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