When it comes to choosing which Porsche 911 you want to purchase as your next car, there are a few key differences across the range. We summarise the differences across the range in our Porsche model guide below.
Price from £77,800
If you’re looking for an entry level 911, the Carrera is the first car you should be looking at. For many it will be their first experience of a 911 and it is the cheapest modern 911 you can buy.
911 Carrera S
Price from £93,000
Recently released in 2019, the Carrera S (992) gives the standard Carrera a nice power bump, up to 444bhp. The 992 is the updated version of the much loved 997, and with the update comes revised styling and a plethora of interior technology updates.
911 Carrera Cabriolet
Price from £86,700
The Cabriolet takes the standard 911 Carrera and drops the roof. With that comes a little more weight, but can lead to a much more enjoyable drive on a lovely summers day.
911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet
Price from £108,000
Like the previous cabriolet in this list, the 4S Cabriolet brings with it the power bump that the new 992 boasts, along with the updated design and tech features.
911 Carrera 4
The Carrera 4 lives between the standard Carrera and the new 992. The C4 has a £5k premium over standard model and brings a few upgrades such as wider arches and slightly less boot space. Think of it as an option to tick when speccing your new Carrera.
911 Carrera T
Price from £85,500
If you fancier a slightly racier German sports car, the Carrera T has you covered by introducing and LSD, shorter gear ratios and more light weight materials. It also includes the first step to purchasing a race ready track car by removing those hefty rear seats! This would be our recommendation when looking at purchasing a Carrera.
911 Carrera GTS
Price from £95,700
The GTS is the pick of the bunch. It brings the power upgrade of the 992, along with a raft of suspension upgrades and a race level alcantara interior trim. The best bit is that it comes in almost any format you like, Coupe or droptop, RWD or AWD.
911 Targa 4
Price from £91,700
If you don’t mind some added weight and slightly less performance, you can cruise the streets in style with the Targa’s trick electric roof. This is one for enthusiasts of the classic Targa.
911 Targa 4S
Price from £101,100
Just like the Carrera S 992 the Targa 4S receives that hefty power increase. This is a welcome addition given the added weight that electric roof brings. Just like the standard Targa this comes in AWD only.
Price from £128,600
The Turbo is where the 911 gets really interesting. The 911 Turbo is a true supercar beater and one of the best performance daily drivers. It encompasses almost everything you would want from a sports car, every day practicality, drive-ability and supercar performance. The only slightly underwhelming aspect of the Turbo is the sound.
911 Turbo S
Price from £147,500
Boasting a 2.9 second 0-62mph drag, the Turbo S boasts some truly impressive statistics. the extra £20k also buys you ceramic brakes and a host of performance upgrades.
911 Turbo S Exclusive
Price from £186,900
With the Exclusive badge come a whole host of upgrades. This is not one for the feint hearted!
Porsche 911 GT3
Price from £95,700
The 911 GT3 is a track car disguised for road use. It houses a naturally aspirated power plant producing shy of 450bhp.
911 GT3 RS
Price from £141,300
If you ever had the need to travel at speeds close to 200mph you’ll be pleased (slightly terrified in our case) with the GT3 RS. Since it’s release this has been one of the best sports cars for the price. Unfortunately you wont find 3 pedals as it’s got a PDK dual clutch box.
911 GT2 RS
Price from £207,500
Not scared enough by the GT3 RS? The true supercar on this list is the GT2 RS. Speeds of up to 211mph and 0-62mph times of 2.8seconds this is a pure track car.