2015 ​Porsche 911 Carrera GTS: This Is Them (There Are Many)

It's so hard picking the right 911. You want – no, need – the GT3, but the angel on your shoulder (and your checking account) demands something a bit more reasonable. Porsche has four GTS models with your name on it, coupe or convertible, rear-wheel or all-wheel-drive, and banging off 0-60 runs in 3.8 seconds.

Compared to other 911s, Porsche just picked the good stuff and kept the options (relatively) limited.


A cool $114,200 gets you in the door with the coupe, which includes a smattering of standard equipment. You get standard PASM active dampers, Bi-Xenons with Porsche Dynamic Lighting, Sport exhaust, and alacantara all around. Twenty-inch gloss black center-lock wheels come along for the party, along with some chrome and black trim bits smattered around the widened all-wheel-drive body.

If you're looking for something a bit more racy, you're in luck, because the GTS has the Carrera S Powerkit and Sport Chrono package standard, that boosts output up to 430 horsepower and a top speed in the neighborhood of 190 MPH.


If you're looking to add AWD, have another $6k at the ready for the Carrera 4 GTS. If you're looking to lose the roof, it's $126,100 for the standard GTS cabrio and another $4,800 for the 4. However, Porsche doesn't explicitly say if the GTS is available with a 7-speed manual, only mentioning the PDK, but a manual is clearly visible in the pic below. So apparently you can have it all.


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