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Porsche Carrera GTS:

Porsche ensures that the 911 GTS won’t be mistaken for another model with a sporty exterior makeover—although frankly, only the keenest Porschephiles will be able to tell a new GTS from a 991.1 GTS. Nonetheless, all GTS models use the wider Carrera 4 body and come standard with 20-inch black wheels and a black finish on various bits of trim including the badges, the front lip spoiler, and the exhaust pipes. The taillights are tinted slightly darker, and there’s a new trim piece that stretches between the taillights that is either lit itself (on AWD models) or rendered in black (on RWD models).

Thanks primarily to larger turbochargers, the GTS’s twin-turbo 3.0-liter six-cylinder squeezes out 30 more horsepower than the Carrera S’s version of the engine, for a total of 450 horsepower. Torque is up by 37 lb-ft to a total of 405. For those who may still doubt the efficacy of turbos, that’s 80 lb-ft more than the naturally aspirated 991.1 GTS, and it’s available as low as 2150 rpm. A seven-speed manual transmission is standard on all versions of the GTS, with a seven-speed dual-clutch PDK automatic optional. According to Porsche, the all-wheel-drive 911 GTS coupe with the PDK is the quickest of the bunch, although the company’s quoted zero-to-60-mph time of 3.4 seconds seems conservative given that we got a370 HP baseCarrera PDK to 60 mph in that same amount of time.

The coupe also seems poised to be the best-handling version of the three GTS body styles, as it comes standard with a PASM Sport suspension (an $890 option on the Carrera S) that sits 0.4 inch lower than the standard PASM system that’s standard on the convertible and Targa versions. Other desirable pieces of equipment fitted to all GTS models include sport seats, the Sport Chrono package, and the sport exhaust system—extras that would cost $440, $2085, and $2950 on a Carrera S coupe.




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