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Monday, January 24, 2011

2010 Porsche 911 :  

Cabriolet car runs with 6 manual gears and gives a fuel consumption of 18 mpg in cities and 25 mpg on highways.

The 2010 Porsche 911 adds the new 911 Turbo Coupe, 911 Turbo Cabriolet, 911 GT3 and 911 GT3 RS. The new 911 Turbo features a new 500-horsepower turbocharged 3.8-liter horizontally-opposed 6-cylinder that produces 516 lb-ft of torque when equipped with the optional Sport Chrono Package Turbo. The new 911 GT3 is powered by a normally-aspirated 430-horsepower 3.8-liter 6-cylinder with Porsche’s VarioCam Plus, variable intake manifold and a low-restriction large-capacity exhaust system with dual centrally-mounted outlets under the rear bumper. The GT3 features a 6-speed manual gearbox and a mechanical limited-slip differentia. The GT3 RS delivers 450 horsepower and features a 6-speed manual gearbox, dynamic engine mounts, upgraded suspension, wider front and rear tracks, wider bodywork and an optional lithium-ion battery that reduces weight by 22 pounds.

 Sixth Generation:

Now in its sixth generation, the 911 has hit top form. Stung by criticism that the outgoing 996 model was soft, Porsche has made the latest 997 more exciting than ever. The 3.8-litre engine, for example, is an absolute gem - flexible, tractable, tuneful. The rasping power unit has instant response and is mated to an equally sublime six-speed gearbox, delivering slick, snappy shifts. With low weight, good aerodynamics and incredible traction, the 911 doesn't need pure power to deliver stunning acceleration, and no rival has brakes that come close to the 911's either. And, in tackling corners, the 911 again leads the way. The steering is a key part of this appeal, providing incisive and detailed feedback of what the front wheels are up to. It's well balanced, tautly controlled and, in all, a hugely rewarding driver's car. The Turbo, when it's launched in 2006, is likely to prove a ferocious supercar in disguise!

The Iconic Sports Car:

The  911 is the best version of the iconic sports car there's ever been. Good job - it's up against some fearsome rivals including the Aston Martin V8 Vantage and Mercedes SL, plus less mainstream cars like the Maserati Coupe GranSport and Noble M15. The 911 is offered in three guises - Carrera, Carrera S and Turbo - and comes in two bodystyles, coupe or cabriolet. Carrera models offer the choice of rear- or four-wheel-drive, but the Turbo is all-wheel-drive only. Good job, considering it boasts a monumental 450bhp! Lesser variants offer 325bhp as standard or 355bhp in 'S' guise from the 3.8-litre 'flat six'. A six-speed manual gearbox comes as standard but drivers can also select an optional 'Tiptronic' automatic, with manual override. As is usual for Porsche, the options list is enormous, presenting plenty of opportunities for personalisation.

The 2010 Porsche 911 Carrera ranks 1 out of 8 Super Luxury Sports Cars. This ranking is based on our analysis of 84 published reviews and test drives of the Porsche 911 Carrera, and our analysis of reliability and safety data.

The 2010 Porsche 911 Carrera balances luxury with power and agility like few cars can. It sets a high bar in an impressive class and is even a Consumer Reports "Recommendation." True sports car enthusiasts will agree, the 2010 Porsche 911 is a must-have, no-questions-asked purchase.

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