Porsche is bringing the exclusive all-new 2018 Porsche 911 GTS models to Germany this year. Not one or two, but five new models will be showcasing in March 2017, so there is one for every sort of buyer. The new variants will be 911 Targa 4 GTS, 911 Carrera GTS and 4 GTS. Both Carrera models will be available in Cabriolet and Coupe designs.
2018 Porsche 911 GTS Exterior
With tweaking visual designs and innovative technology, the GTS models stay up front among all the 911 variants. The front fascia is redesigned and all the variants show a wider body styling. The body seems 10 mm lower on the road with sporty PASM chassis. The Carrera 4 GTS Coupe variant holds Sports Chrono Package and Doppelkupplung as a standard. The GTS models are running on 20 inches silk-gloss black wheels along with the centrally locked wheel’s hub. The GTS logos on the lower side of the door and the sporty designs front fenders and exterior mirrors classify and highlight the looks.
The rear end is highlighted by the black air intake grille with the silk-gloss finish and smaller tail lights, along with the exhaust system’s twin tailpipes. The 4 wheel drive models feature the light strip between the tail lights, whereas in rear drive versions a black trim strip is present. In correspondence with the previous models, the driver can notice a decrease in the rear and front axles’ lift forces, which is due to the rear spoiler’s height increase as well as the low front spoiler.
Porsche 911 GTS 2018 Interior
Like all other GTS models, 911 GTS variants also show dynamic interior features of the GTS family. The new Porsche 911 GTS 2018 seats, center console, and dashboard are catered with the finest upholstery. The Alcantara seats along with new stitching patterns feature exclusive GTS logos on the headrests, which ensures to provide maximum lateral support and relaxation to the passengers. Moreover, the headrests can be electronically adjusted in four different ways. The aluminum trim strips with GTS logo in black color on the armrests, gear shifter, steering wheel’s rim and center console enhances the sporty feel. The dashboard consists of a stopwatch in the middle from the Sports Chrono Package. For all track lovers, the Track Precision App by Porsche comes as a standard in all GTS variants. The app not only automatically records but also analyzes the track driving experience and data on driver’s Smartphone.
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The Porsche 911 next generation 2018 will be running on a naturally aspirated 3.0-litre V6 turbocharged flat engine which is able to pull 20 hp more. The new engine produces 450 ponies and a torque of 450 lb-ft @ 2150 to 5000 rpm. Such high torque results in improvised elasticity and acceleration. All five variants will be having Porsche Active Suspension Management featured along with seven-speed dual clutch manual transmission as a standard and Porsche Doppelkupplung as an option. The Targa 4 GTS and the Carrera 4 GTS both come with all-wheel drivetrain whereas, the Carrera GTS is optionally with rear-wheel drive. The fuel economy is 8.3 l/100 km / 28.3 mpg and the carbon dioxide emission is 18 g/km. Among all the GTS models, the 911 Carrera 4 GTS Coupe is the fastest one. It just requires 3.6 seconds to reach from 0-60 mph.
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Price and Release date
The 911 GTS models are on sale now and buyers can order their desired model straight ahead with the delivery to be expected in April 2017. In Germany, the GTS Coupe and Cabrio is available for 124,451 euros and 137,541 euros respectively. Whereas, Carrera 4 GTS Coupe is priced at 131,829 euros and the Cabrio is priced at 144,919 euros. The Targa 4 GTS is available at 144,919 euros inclusive with the country-specific equipment and value-added taxes.
As stated, there is one for everyone, so you can choose a Porsche from all the five variants as per your choice.
2018 Porsche 911 GTS photos