The 911 was designed to be a pure-bred sports car from the very start, initially offering 130 hp. As early as 1966, the first S model hit the road with an engine built for higher compression. The 911 S 2.0 Coupe? drove the power output of the six-cylinder horizontally opposed engine up to 160 hp and was the force behind countless racegoing versions of the 911 in motorsport. This tradition is also followed by the new 911, boasting six cylinders, a displacement of 3.0 litres and two engine variants: one rated 370 hp and the other – a S model – offering 420 hp. Both engines meet the requirements of our time. Thanks to their turbocharged design, they generate more power – with reduced displacement and lower fuel consumption. Incredible sportiness is the number one discipline of the 911 Carrera models and the 911 Targa 4. Turbocharged induction makes their engine not only more efficient, but also more powerful. In figures: 370 hp. The high torque of 331 lb.-Ft. Is available early on at an impressively low 1,700 rpm. A performance promise delivered to the driver without detour – across a wide engine speed range. Fitted as standard for the first time in all models: Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM), the electronic damping control system. Further proof that, when it comes to the 911, it's always about increased performance – as well as greater comfort. The base models are equipped with 19-inch alloy wheels. The newly styled single-tube tailpipes are imposing – just like the sound. You can find this 2019 Porsche 911 and many others like it at Porsche of The Main Line.