Tuesday, April 7, 2015

New Design 2015 Porsche 911 Targa Review, Release Date and Price

New 2015 Porsche 911 Targa review and model. Get more information about 2015 Porsche 911 Targa with price, specs and release date for US, UK, Canada and Australia. Porsche is expanding the current generation of the 911 – the new Porsche 911 Targa now joins the coupĂ© and convertible in the product line-up. Since its launch in 1965, the Targa has held a firmly established position within the Porsche 911 family, representing about 13 percent of all 911 cars ever sold. Porsche has produced more than 853,000 units of the 911 sports car icon since production started about 50 years ago. In the anniversary year of 2013 alone, more than 30,200 Porsche 911 cars were transferred to their proud owners.

The latest generation of this extravagant 911 variant now combines the classic Targa concept with highly advanced roof-activating convenience. Just like the legendary original Targa, the new model has the characteristic wide bar instead of the B pillars, a moving roof part above the front seats and a wrap-around rear window without C pillars. Unlike in the older classic models, the roof panel is now opened and closed at the press of a button. The fully automatic roof system stows the roof behind the rear seats in a spectacular way. The latest version of the 911 features the typical Porsche PTM all-wheel drive system that by design transfers proportionately more power to the rear wheels. This system guarantees maximum driving performance on a variety of road surfaces and in all weather conditions.

2015 Porsche 911 Targa Review, Release Date and Price

2015 Porsche 911 Targa Front View Model
2015 Porsche 911 Targa Front View Model

The sport exhaust system is one of the options offered in the new 911 Targa generation. At the press of a button, the exhaust system is dethrottled, and the two exhaust lines are merged. When the sports exhaust system button on the centre console is pressed, the even throatier sound of the flat-six engine is combined with optimal performance. As a result, the car’s acoustics are even more emotional. As a visual highlight, the sports exhaust system is fitted with two twin tailpipes with a unique design.

In the new generation of the 911 Carrera, Porsche introduced an electro-mechanical power steering that offers impressive performance and precision. It also lowers fuel consumption by at least 0.1 l/100 km compared with hydraulic power steering. The optional Power Steering Plus provides additional convenience and makes manoeuvring at speeds below 50 km/h much easier by increasing the power steering assist.

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