Porsches 'Targa' moniker has been applied to open-air 911s since the late 1960s, and now with the latest version complementing the recently launched coupe and convertible models, it completes Porsches visually subtle but mechanically thorough overhaul of the 911 armada. The Porsche Targa will most likely appeal to the same 10 percent of 911 shoppers who like the idea of a bright and airy driving experience along with the measure of exclusivity a rare model imparts. But why, you ask, do just 10 percent of 911 buyers go for the Targa? The answer is that the special assembly process keeps the production numbers down and puts the price up. And it is fearsomely quick in 'S' guise thanks to 380bhp and impressive PDK gearbox. This wide body Basalt Black example comes with a long list of extras: Sport Chrono Package, PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management), BOSE sound system, PCM 3 touchscreen satellite navigation with Bluetooth phone connectivity, 19 inch Turbo alloy wheels, Xenon headlights to name a few. See more details below.
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