Everything You Need To Know About The Porsche 911

June 13th, 2018 by

The Porsche 911 is more than just a car. It’s a status symbol of cars, a true landmark on wheels of German engineering. When it comes to high performance, it’s difficult to beat, and that hasn’t changed for all the years that these have been made. Let’s take a look at what has kept people coming all of these years, and what’s new.

How Does It Handle?

One of the first things that those who use mainly modern luxury cars see when they look at the Porsche 911 is that its engine is in the rear. In many ways, this design is a relic of a bygone era. In many cases, it was preferable to have a rear-engine car because it put the motor over the wheels, making for more traction. Many people enjoy the unique feeling that this makes when you drive, and in some ways, it has also made a challenge, as cars get bigger and “oversteering” may be more of a problem. However, depending on the variants you choose, these still have a handling and power worthy of its luxury history.

What Do I Get?

So, what’s new for the 2018 Porsche 911? Well, as a starter, you can have a Targa as well as convertible models. At the baseline, features include:

  1. 9-inch alloy wheels
  2. A PCM interface with navigation and a 7.0-inch touchscreen
  3. Bluetooth connectivity
  4. Apple CarPlay integration
  5. An eight-speaker audio system
  6. A rearview camera
  7. Rear parking sensors
  8. A 4.6-inch multi-information display
  9. Two-zone climate control
  10. Front sports seats
  11. Partial leather upholstery
  12. HID headlights

When it comes to choosing a luxury car with power and history, you would be hard-pressed to finding something outside of the Porsche 911. It has the power to make for some great speed while having the handling and safety to ensure that you don’t have to be an expert driver to enjoy it. Porsche is one of the longstanding pillars of sports cars, and the 911 is a worthy entry.

Visit your local Joe Rizza dealership in Orland Park to see our extensive inventory of the Porsche 911.

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