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The 911

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    The 911...

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    The 911 | Contents The 911 The 911 Model range Porsche, Weissach Engine Transmission Chassis Safety Comfort Motorsport Environment Personalisation Factory collection Service Summary Technical data Index Image 000001 · 6 ·...

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    The 911 Coupé models, the 911 Cabriolet models and the 911 Targa 4 models – the result of our engineers’ confidence that they can excel themselves.

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    Porsche racing cars in the All of the 911 Carrera and Targa 4 1980s to cause a sensation on models have direct fuel injection racetracks around the world.

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    An enhanced voice control system with word-by-word input is also available as an option. For all its advanced technologies, one thing cannot be denied: The inner strength of the 911 is what makes this 911 the 911 Carrera best 911 of all time.

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    Character traits cannot be changed. But they can be reinforced. The design of the 911. Every element fulfils a function. cooling power and give the 911 a From this principle, the 911 draws sporty and dynamic appearance. its inner strength. The logical...

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    Model range Porsche, Weissach Image 000002 Model range What’s the effect of inner 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet, strength? It makes it 911 Carrera, possible to constantly seek 911 Targa 4S innovations without having to change the car’s unique character. This inner strength has distinguished the 911 concept since it began.

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    The 911 Targa 4S. functionality and design; tradition and innovation. These are the foundation pillars of the 911. Each model stands for The 911 | itself. And for a driver’s individual These are all very different requirements of a sportscar.

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    As usual. In terms of efficiency, its engine With this power unit, the has direct fuel injection (DFI, 911 Carrera is now able to deliver p. 40). 254 kW (345 hp) at 6,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 390 Nm...

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    It’s not only heritage that defines character. Values do, too. The 911 Carrera S. As far as the 911 Carrera S is 6,500 rpm. Maximum torque: concerned, the driver can take 420 Nm at 4,400 rpm. this quite literally. This is where performance is paramount.

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    By the wider rear track – 32 mm traction are what the all-wheel more in Carrera 4S models – and drive variants of the 911 have to the wider rear tyres. Also, by their offer above all else. And they’re titanium-coloured front air intake instantly recognisable.

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    It’s what we give every 911 Cabriolet: openness to enthusiasm. The 911 Carrera Cabriolet models. Irresistible appeal. This has always Technically, these models emulate been a driving force in the the performance of their closed- development of the 911. There is top counterparts.

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    Noise levels forced to close their hood on a are therefore almost as low as in rainy day: you’re still driving a 911. the Coupé models, even at high speeds. So, you hardly hear The hood system of the anything at all –...

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    420 Nm is available even at 4,400 rpm. For example, take the drive: the 3.6-litre engine of the 911 Targa 4 More traction and more fun – in delivers 254 kW (345 hp) at any weather – from the Porsche...

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    Just back into any position you want. like the possibilities offered by the The automatically extending wind glass roof on the 911 Targa 4 deflector reduces air turbulence models. Because you decide how and wind noise. So you can enjoy open you want to drive.

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    3.6-litre or 3.8-litre capacity and VarioCam Plus. Now for the even better news: the 911 features direct fuel injection (DFI). For increased output, increased torque and increased fuel economy.

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    Why it always pays to take the direct route. The engine of the 911. All 911 models feature direct fuel are outstanding performance and injection (DFI). The 3.6-litre surprisingly low fuel consumption horizontally-opposed engine and emission values. All made generates 254 kW (345 hp), and possible thanks to DFI, VarioCam the 3.8-litre version has an output...

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    2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 5500 6000 6500 7000 7500 Engine speed (rpm) 911 Carrera S/911 Targa 4S: 420 Nm at 4,400 rpm, 283 kW (385 hp) at 6,500 rpm 23. Intake manifold with 28. Coolant jacket integrated sound chamber 29.

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    High even more weight, for example, by valve lifts generate high torques and maximum output. The 911 | 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet fully integrating the camshaft bearings into the cylinder heads. Fuel economy has been further improved by the effectively...

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    911 Carrera 4 Engine cooling system. DFI and VarioCam Plus enable a tremendous amount of power to be produced with reduced emissions, fuel consumption and noise.

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    The system can adjust to engine speed. 911 Carrera S with sports exhaust Exhaust system. The entire intake system is made from lightweight plastic. The air-filter housing of the 3.8-litre...

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    Every Porsche is designed with The drive chains on the camshafts longevity in mind and the 911 do not require servicing. With is no different. The alternator, the sole exception of the spark...

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    Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK). The gear is changed. In milliseconds. Without any interruption in the flow of power. The same goes for Porsche Traction Management (PTM). It reacts to the driving situation at lightning speed. The cause: advanced engineering.

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    As if one clutch didn’t deliver enough performance already. Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK). The optional Porsche Doppel- kupplung (PDK), with both manual gearshift and an automatic mode, enables smooth gear changes with no interruption in the flow of power. This results in significantly...

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    (PDK) works. through the differential to the rear axle or, in the all-wheel drive The crankshaft transmits engine variants of the 911, the front and torque to the dual-mass flywheel rear axles. which is then channelled through the clutch housing and onto the...

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    Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK), hand can be used. the standard three-spoke sports steering wheel features two ergonomic switches. Gear selector for Porsche paddles on the three-spoke sports Doppelkupplung (PDK). steering wheel – press forwards to shift up, pull backwards to shift The gear selector for PDK is down.

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    Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) transmis- sions. It assists the driver in making a comfortable, smooth In addition, all 911 models have and roll-free start on an incline. a self-adjusting clutch. In compa- rison with conventional clutches, this reduces by up to 50 % the...

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    At one time, bends would bow before the landscape. Now they bow before engineering. Porsche Traction Management (PTM). In a 911, engine power is not the Traction Management (PTM), only priority. There is always the comprising permanent all-wheel question of how this power can...

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    8. Electronically controlled 4. Coolant line throttle valve 5. 7-speed Porsche 9. Rear silencer, left Doppelkupplung (PDK) 10. Rear silencer, right 11. Oil filler pipe 12. Air filter 13. Front silencer/ centre silencer 14. Oil filter 15. Alternator The 911 | Transmission...

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    It has to be shown if it is to achieve its full effect. In the case of the 911, this means that the power of the engine has to be unleashed onto the road. Effectively, directly and dynamically.

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    The risk of losing control aluminium dampers on the rear axle help to maximise handling agility. The 911 | 911 Carrera S front axle 911 Carrera S rear axle of the wheel at high speed is reduced, with no loss of agility or feedback.

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    PSM initiates performance, and is a standard braking interventions targeted feature of every 911. Sensors at individual wheels – recog- work continuously to monitor the nisable by the flashing indicator driving direction, speed, yaw light in the cockpit –...

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    Two different modes. One driving feel: 911. Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM). The electronic adjustment of conventional chassis. Depending the suspension system actively on the mode selected, therefore, and continuously regulates the PASM is sportier or more comfort- damping force for each wheel...

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    Euphoria. At the push of a button. Sport Chrono Package Plus. All 911 models can also be fitted Included in the package are a with the optional Sport Chrono digital and analogue timer, a Package Plus. It offers even ‘Sport’ select button, a perform-...

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    The second function is the ‘motor- A key component of Sport sport-derived gearshift strategy’. Chrono Package Plus is the Using this, Porsche Doppel- timer mounted on the dashboard. kupplung (PDK) is geared up for Porsche Communication the shortest possible shift times Management (PCM, p.

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    19-inch Carrera S II wheel The 911 | 911 Carrera S with 19-inch Carrera S II wheels Tyre Pressure Monitoring The driver can check the pressure (TPM) system. in all four tyres from the instru- ment cluster.

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    So that it’s there at that crucial second. It is in anticipation of this crucial second that Porsche implements sophisticated technologies designed specifically to protect the most important thing about a 911: its occupants. Actively and passively.

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    Safety to us is not merely an obligation. It’s part of our history. Safety has always been given top In 1973, the 911 RS 3.0 was priority at Porsche, since the very fitted with cross-drilled four-piston beginning. As far back as 1966, aluminium brake calipers.

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    Active safety: headlights. Lots of light. No shade. All 911 models come equipped as the lights are stronger and more standard with Bi-Xenon headlights uniform, helping to minimise with dynamic range control. The driver fatigue. A headlight resulting brightness is around cleaning system (SRA) is built-in.

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    The front and braking in the wet. The discs The 911 | Standard brake system 911 Carrera S/911 Targa 4S are internally vented for rapid heat dispersal. Other features include a powerful 10-inch brake booster for reducing...

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    On request, we can provide you The PCCB ceramic brake discs with a brake system that has for the 911 have a diameter already had to cope with the of 350 mm front and rear – for harshest requirements of motor formidable braking performance.

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    Passive safety: engineered design. A crucial quality of any boxer: the ability to take a punch. The 911 complies with all statu- energy, disperse the force of tory requirements worldwide in impact and minimise deformation respect of occupant safety, well of the passenger cell.

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    911 Carrera Cabriolet models materials throughout the interior. and the 911 Targa 4 models, even with the roof open. The head restraints are integrated into the backrests. Also standard are the safety steering column,...

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    Passive safety in the 911 Carrera Cabriolet and 911 Targa 4 models. No need to lose your cool here, either. Despite their modest weight, at each of the rear wheel arches the torsional rigidity and flexural provide additional reinforcement strength of the 911 Carrera of the bodyshell.

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    Comfort Porsche, Weissach Image 000007 Comfort Inner strength works below 911 Carrera the surface. In the 911, in the form of efficient engines and Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK). And, of course, in the form of Porsche Communication Management. To find out exactly what else inner strength means, you’d...

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    The 911 is powerful, fast and efficient. These aren’t the only reasons why you can sit back and relax. Comfort is something that can’t the climate control panel, the be measured. Rather, it’s a subjec- switch panel and a storage tive matter.

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    Nowadays, there’s management for everything. Some even works. Porsche Communication Management (PCM). The 911 comes equipped with The main feature is the 6.5-inch PCM as standard. As the central touchscreen for intuitive control. control unit for audio, navigation Naturally, you can also choose to...

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    Sound Package Plus. With this optional feature, the This high-quality sound system storage compartment in the centre is fitted as standard on all 911 console will contain three connec- models. A separate amplifier with tions: one for your iPod ®...

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    20.0 cm Nd ® bass speaker* Seven-channel digital amplifier 911 Carrera/911 Targa 4 instrument cluster How does the exchange of information with your 911 work? Sportingly fast, of course. Instruments. Each circular dial in the instrument information at a glance. The 2.5 cm neodymium tweeter...

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    911 Carrera/ 911 Targa 4 dashboard with various options, including natural leather interior, cruise control, 911 Carrera S /911 Targa 4S dashboard with various options, including bi-colour leather interior, PDK, Sport Chrono Package Plus, navigation module and Tyre Pressure Monitoring (TPM)

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    TPM can be shown as desired. Three-spoke sports steering wheel Three-spoke multifunction steering wheel in macassar Whatever you intend to do with your 911: you’ve got it in hand. Steering wheels. As standard, all steering wheels The three-spoke sports steering It has a diameter of just 370 mm.

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    Just how intimate your relationship is with your 911 becomes clear the moment you first get in. Seating. Standard seats. Through bends, your seat gives you a feeling of security without The part-leather standard seats restriction. offer a high degree of comfort...

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    205 litres in a deactivation function for the the 911 Coupé models, 155 litres front passenger airbag and a full in the 911 Cabriolet models range of child seats. and 230 litres in the 911 Targa 4 models. Comfort...

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    Inner strength is also evident throughout the interior. Spatial design. Storage. Compartments in the centre console and door panels provide Like everything else in the 911, storage space for personal the storage solutions have been belongings. Twin cup holders ingeniously and ergonomically are neatly concealed behind the designed from the driver’s...

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    Anti-theft protection. Slide/tilt sunroof. All 911 models are equipped as This electrically and steplessly standard with an immobiliser with adjustable sunroof is available in-key transponder and an alarm as an option for the Coupé...

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    Motorsport Porsche, Weissach Image 000008 Motorsport The inner strength of the 911 GT3 Cup 911 has its origin in motor- sport. Indeed, at Porsche the transfer of engineering technology from racetrack to road is a traditional principle and a winning formula.

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    For the 911, over 45 years of experience count. And so does every tenth of a second. Motorsport. Prototypes are pure-bred racing centre of gravity, good traction cars not based on a road-regis- and high agility. The result is an tered production sportscar.

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    911 GT3 world – with races in 15 countries, Cup vehicles, direct descendents from Australia to France – and of the 911 GT3, producing 420 hp internationally the fastest one- and 285 km/h (177 mph), take make championship, the Porsche part in sprint races in leading inter- Mobil 1 Supercup.

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    Leipzig, so that the Porsche instructors on a range foundation is laid for the next of courses, from beginner to stage – the Porsche Sports Cup. advanced, including final pre- paration for a racing licence. For more information, call...

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    And, naturally, to sportiness. Nevertheless, our efforts in development do not concern themselves solely with the hunt for the highest horse power, but with the search for efficiency. In fact, the 911 gives much and takes little. Another sign of inner strength.

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    In the concept behind the 911, the source of its appeal is the achievement of harmony. Harmony with the environment as well. In an era of intensifying debate Porsche has been reducing the about CO emissions, every emissions of its vehicles automotive manufacturer is being annually by an average of 1.7 %.

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    Fuel. Noise. The 911 is already designed to The 911 complies with all appli- operate on fuels with an ethanol cable noise regulations without content of up to 10 %. Ethanol any form of engine encapsulation. has a positive impact on the CO...

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    Image 000010 Personalisation Two engines. 911 Carrera Five body designs. Ten different models. The 911 is an expression of individuality. To enable you to make your own personal mark, we offer you a wide selection of personalisation options. After all, isn’t freedom of...

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    The uniqueness of a 911 goes further than you may think. Personalisation for your 911. The standard specification of the the opportunity to personalise 911 may already be second to your car to your own taste. none, but Porsche still gives you...

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    *Available from 10/2009. Special exterior colours. Macadamia Metallic Cream White Meteor Grey Metallic GT Silver Metallic Aqua Blue Metallic Atlas Grey Metallic Porsche Racing Green Metallic Malachite Green Metallic Hood colours. Nordic Gold Metallic Black Stone Grey Metropole Blue Cocoa...

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    Standard interior colours. Leatherette/leather/ soft-touch paint. Carpet. Rooflining. Black Black Black Stone Grey Stone Grey Stone Grey Sand Beige Sand Beige Sand Beige Ocean Blue Ocean Blue Ocean Blue Special/two-tone interior colours. Leather/soft-touch paint. Carpet. Rooflining. Terracotta Terracotta Black Cocoa Cocoa Black Black and Terracotta...

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    The vehicles illustrated in the chapter on personalisation may include additional options not featured in this catalogue. For information on these options, please consult your Porsche Centre. For more information on the options featured in this catalogue, please refer to the separate price list.

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    The vehicles illustrated in the chapter on personalisation may include additional options not featured in this catalogue. For information on these options, please consult your Porsche Centre. For more information on the options featured in this catalogue, please refer to the separate price list.

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    The vehicles illustrated in the chapter on personalisation may include additional options not featured in this catalogue. For information on these options, please consult your Porsche Centre. For more information on the options featured in this catalogue, please refer to the separate price list.

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    The vehicles illustrated in the chapter on personalisation may include additional options not featured in this catalogue. For information on these options, please consult your Porsche Centre. For more information on the options featured in this catalogue, please refer to the separate price list.

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    The vehicles illustrated in the chapter on personalisation may include additional options not featured in this catalogue. For information on these options, please consult your Porsche Centre. For more information on the options featured in this catalogue, please refer to the separate price list.

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    The vehicles illustrated in the chapter on personalisation may include additional options not featured in this catalogue. For information on these options, please consult your Porsche Centre. For more information on the options featured in this catalogue, please refer to the separate price list.

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    (this feature depends on how specific mobile phones connect to the cradle). For information about the availability of a cradle for your mobile phone, please contact your Porsche Centre.

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    Direct from the factory. The 911 | Personalisation Individually and exclusively tailored Either your Porsche Centre or the to your wishes. Aesthetically customer centre in Zuffenhausen and technically, inside and outside, (tel. +49 (0)711 911-25332) will using fine materials and with be happy to answer any questions customary Porsche quality.

  • Page 77: Factory Collection

    If Zuffenhausen is the destination ments in the customer lounge for your factory collection, then or simply browse in the Porsche why not also visit the new Porsche Design Driver’s Selection Shop. Museum? Here, you’ll find an impressive range of exhibits, in- cluding legendary Porsche models The moment you’ve been...

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    Porsche. worldwide. To find out more, call +49 (0)711 911-78307 or go to www.porsche.com. Ask your Porsche Centre for the latest brochures from Porsche Exclusive, Porsche Tequipment, Porsche Design Driver’s Selection and the Porsche Driving Experience. Porsche Tequipment Porsche Design Personalise your Porsche at any Driver’s Selection...

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    Summary Porsche, Weissach Image 000011 Summary The 911. Its strength lies 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet, within. 911 Carrera, 911 Targa 4S In its engines. For maximum efficiency. In its groundbreaking transmission concept. For maximum dynamics. In its intuitively controlled driving information system.

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    The figures do not refer to an individual vehicle nor do they constitute part of the offer. They are intended solely as a means of comparing different types of vehicle. You can obtain further information about individual vehicles from your Porsche Centre.

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    The figures do not refer to an individual vehicle nor do they constitute part of the offer. They are intended solely as a means of comparing different types of vehicle. You can obtain further information about individual vehicles from your Porsche Centre.

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    The figures do not refer to an individual vehicle nor do they constitute part of the offer. They are intended solely as a means of comparing different types of vehicle. You can obtain further information about individual vehicles from your Porsche Centre.

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    The figures do not refer to an individual vehicle nor do they constitute part of the offer. They are intended solely as a means of comparing different types of vehicle. You can obtain further information about individual vehicles from your Porsche Centre.

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    The figures do not refer to an individual vehicle nor do they constitute part of the offer. They are intended solely as a means of comparing different types of vehicle. You can obtain further information about individual vehicles from your Porsche Centre.

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    Porsche Ceramic Composite Lighting concept Brake (PCCB) Lightweight construction Porsche Communication Liquid cooling Management (PCM) Logbook, electronic Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) 55 103, 105 Porsche Side Impact Sport Chrono Package Plus Protection (POSIP) Sports chassis Porsche Stability Sports exhaust system Management (PSM)

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    Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG differ from those illustrated. Porscheplatz 1 Errors and omissions excepted. 70435 Stuttgart Germany © Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, 2009 www.porsche.com All text, illustrations and other information in this publication Edition: 03/09 are subject to the copyright of Printed in Germany Dr.

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