Porsche 911 991 Carrera S - Sound fährt driving in the City Acceleration
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Porsche 911 (991) Carrera S : Start Up, Revs (Sport mode On/Off) and Overview
I recorded this brand new black Porsche 911 991 Carrera S in Porsche Roissy (near Paris). We started it up, reved it in normal then sport mode, and you'll see the interior too which is exquisit ! Enjoy !
2013 Porsche 991 Carrera S (400hp) - DRIVE & SOUND (1080p)
Just listen to this epic sound !!! This is the all new 2012/2013 Porsche 911 (991) Carrera S Coupe with its flat six and 400 hp (440 Nm) driven hard on German country roads and Autobahn. The wider track and longer wheelbase lets the car be very stable at higher speeds and gear-shifts of Porsche's 7-speed PDK are just wonderful. . Please Like / Comment / Subscribe!
2013 Porsche 911 Carrera S (2011 Frankfurt Auto Show)
NEW PORSCHE 911 CARRERA TO DEBUT AT FRANKFURT SHOW - World premiere of new 911 at 2011 IAA Frankfurt Motor Show, September 13 -25 - New generation of benchmark sports car - Innovative chassis technology raises dynamics - Lighter, more powerful, less fuel consumption, class-leading emissions - Carrera costs from £71,449, Carrera S from £81,242 Porsche is proud to present the new 911 Carrera, a completely new generation of the iconic coupe that has been acclaimed as one of the world's benchmark sports cars since its launch in 1963. Tradition meets modernity True to the 911 tradition, the distinctive Porsche design language exudes power and elegance. The unmistakable silhouette still catches the eye while incorporating new, exciting contours and precisely designed details; a 100mm longer wheelbase for improved stability and greater interior space; front and rear overhangs are shorter, maintaining the compact footprint that has been a longstanding 911 attribute; the sporting stance is emphasised by the lower roof line and a wider front track increases on-road presence further still while raising the renowned chassis dynamics. The rear-mounted, flat six cylinder engine is an equally symbolic component of the 911 identity; and behind the rear axle of the new car lies an uprated range of powerful, efficient and evocative 'boxer' engines. The 911 Carrera is powered by a new 3.4-litre engine developing 350 hp, and the Carrera S features a 400 hp version of the familiar 3.8-litre. These new engines offer performance improvements for both models. The 3.4-litre Carrera with PDK accelerates from 0-62mph in 4.6 sec, 0.1 sec quicker than the prior model. Pressing the Sport Plus button on the optional Sport Chrono Pack cuts that to 4.4 sec. The 3.8-litre Carrera S with PDK can accelerate from 0- 62 mph in 4.3 sec (Sport Plus 4.1 sec), 0.2sec quicker than its predecessor. All-new lightweight body Principle among the innovative steps forwards is the all-new, lightweight body, featuring intelligent aluminium-steel composite construction. It is responsible for a significant proportion of the vehicle weight reduction of up to 45 kg. The body structure also delivers significantly greater rigidity, and aerodynamic optimisation -- including a wider, variably extending rear spoiler -- has reduced the lift generated by the new 911 Carrera while retaining an impressive overall drag factor. Innovative chassis technology That the new 911 offers better acceleration in a straight line goes without saying, but it also offers top performance at an unprecedented level across the entire dynamic repertoire. In addition to the longer wheelbase, the greater agility, precision and driving stability are based, among other things, on the wider front track, a new rear axle and new electro-mechanical power steering. Depending on the model, there are other standard or optional active control systems available as well that further enhance the driving dynamics. That is especially true for the Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC) active roll stabilisation system, available for the first time on the 911 Carrera S. The system reduces body roll when cornering, with the result that the tyres are always in the optimal position relative to the road surface and thus able to transmit higher lateral forces. Consequently, maximum cornering speeds are increased, and even faster lap times on racing circuits are possible.