The Austrian police has upgraded their vehicle fleet with a Porsche 991 911 Carrera. The police really use their 911 regularly but I only caught it driving on some events. This is not the first Porsche in their fleet, they also had a 997 few other 911´s back in the 60s and 70s.
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[Top Cars]: 2018 Porsche 911 Carrera T Unveiled – INTERIOR | EXTERIOR & ROAD TEST.
Although the standard, 370-hp Porsche 911 Carrera occupies the lowest slot in the lineup, we maintain that such a 911 is all the sports car anyone really needs. The entry-level 911 has always punched above its weight—the current models have hit 60 mph in as little as 3.4 seconds (!) in our testing—and now, Porsche has created a relatively inexpensive special edition for purists who aren’t seeking excessive horsepower. Give a warm welcome to the 2018 911 Carrera T.
At $103,150, the Carrera T shares the standard Carrera’s twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter flat-six with 370 horsepower and 339 lb-ft of torque that is paired with a seven-speed manual transmission or, for $3730 more, a PDK dual-clutch automatic. Although the car wears special door decals and has some other specific visuals, one has to look deeper to see most of the changes.
Like the original 1968 Carrera T, the new model’s claim to fame is being the lightest 911 in the Carrera lineup, and with a claimed curb weight of 3142 pounds, it’s lighter than Porsche’s figure for a base U.S.-spec Carrera by 11 pounds. (We’re curious to find out just how light the car will be on our scales; a sparsely optioned 2017 911 Carrera manual we tested weighed 3229 pounds, while a 2016 GT3 RS came in at 3155.)
Perhaps the Carrera T’s shortened gear lever—topped with a red shift pattern—shaves a few ounces. Porsche claims the reduced weight and shorter final-drive ratio (3.59:1 versus 3.44:1 in the manual Carrera) cut 0.1 second off the manual T’s zero-to-60-mph time; with the PDK, there’s no claimed improvement in acceleration. The manual’s top speed, at 182 mph, is 2 mph quicker than the automatic’s.
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