New Porsche 911: Modern Supercar, Timeless Design

First impressions are all that matter, right? Well, the new Porsche 911 makes a great impression. Porsche introduces us to the 2021 911 lineup by debuting one of the most liked Porsches, the Turbo. Moreover, the Turbo will not be the only top dog in the lineup; this year, drivers in Richmond and Henrico will also get the astounding Turbo S. And still, that's not all; another familiar name will be joining the 911 lineup as well, the Porsche 911 Targa.

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What's new in the 2021 Porsche 911?

Offered with three turbocharged powertrains and three unique body styles, there is a Porsche 911 for everyone. The new Porsche 911 comes loaded with plenty of technology and performance upgrades putting the 8th generation of this beauty in a class of its own. It is not enough referring to the 2021 Porsche 911 as a sports car; it is a supercar in the very least and the one that we at Euroclassics Porsche recommend for you.

  • The Targa model joins the lineup.
  • Comfort Access is offered as standard on all trims.
  • The Premium package now gets more features.
  • A new Python Green exterior color.
  • GPS is now available in the front-axle lift system.

Performance

This year, the 911 will have one of the most advanced engines in the entire automobile industry. You will get three powertrain choices, all of which will have twin turbochargers, variable valve tuning, and direct injection. The first option will be a twin-turbocharged flat-6 engine, generating 379 hp and 331 lb-ft of torque. The next option will be a similar engine, except Porsche uses larger turbocharges in place of the regular ones to increase power, and this engine is capable of 443 hp and 390 lb-ft of torque. This engine offers both manual and automatic transmission options. The final option is a larger 3.8-liter twin-turbo flat-6 engine powering the road-tearing Turbo S capable of a massive 640 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque.

Interior

When you have an already working formula in place, you stick to it. For brand loyalists, they may find the interior of the new Porsche 911 familiar with only subtle changes made to improve the interior details. The 2021 911 will have a modern instrument cluster with two digital screens flanking an analog tachometer. The infotainment system will be accessed through a large 10.9-inch touchscreen display. The dash is an excellent blend of sophistication without complication, with plenty of buttons and knobs to compliment the touchscreen controls. For the first time, you get a cup holder at the center console, and just like its predecessors, the new 911 continues to offer seating for four passengers.

Exterior

It is almost unfathomable how Porsche has managed to remain timeless since its introduction in 1963. Only subtle tweaks have been added to the same traditional silhouette, and still, the Porsche looks stunning. This year, the 911 will be offered in three unique body styles: coupe, Targa, and convertible. The three body types' exterior dimensions differ based on their performance attributes, with the Turbo models being the broadest in the lineup. This year, there will also be a new color option as the stunning Python Green option debuts.

Trim options

Carrera

  • 379 hp engine
  • RWD
  • Coupe or Cabrio
  • 7-speed manual available

Carrera 4

  • Fixed roof
  • AWD
  • 379 hp engine
  • 19/20-inch wheels

Carrera S

  • RWD
  • 443 hp engine
  • 20/21-inch wheels
  • Red brake calipers

Carrera 4S

  • AWD
  • 443 hp engine
  • Red brake calipers
  • 20/21-inch wheels

Targa 4S

  • 443 hp engine
  • AWD
  • Larger brakes
  • Power-operated roof

Turbo

  • 572 hp 3.8-liter twin-turbo engine
  • AWD
  • LED headlights
  • Parking sensors

Turbo S

  • 640 hp engine
  • Power-operated convertible roof
  • 8-speed dual-clutch transmission
  • AWD

Is The Porsche 911 a Supercar?

IThe most prevalent answer to the question "what makes a supercar" is a car that can meld comfort and performance. This means that the Porsche 911 is certainly a supercar. The 911 boasts of one of the most comfortable interiors among all fast cars, and its performance is just astounding, boasting of a 0 to 60 sprint time in the mid-low 2-sec range. Moreover, the 911 also qualifies as an everyday supercar meaning it can be your daily driver.<

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