Porsche 911 997 Generation 2 Brochure 2009
Other manufacturers can build a sportscar. But what makes a sportscar a 911? It may have the classic exterior design to which you are accustomed, but we have furnished it with advanced engineering technology.
An efficient engine and the optional Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) transmission – for reduced fuel consumption and emissions, and outstanding dynamics.
And the Porsche Communication Management information system – for direct, intuitive control. In short: a car with inner strength. The 911.
We don’t believe in fairy tales like the perfect sportscar. Otherwise, we would have given up work over 45 years ago.
The 911 range
The 911 stirs emotions in many. Timeless emotions that have been experienced by generations since 1963.
Emotions that can also be verified. Indeed, with impressive regularity, the 911 is voted‚ ‘best sportscar’ in readers’ polls held by leading motoring magazines. These emotions are evoked by two characteristics: distinctive design and inner strength.
With the 911, these characteristics are born out of progressive engineering above all else. For example, the engines with direct fuel injection (DFI), the optional Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK), the Porsche Traction Management (PTM) active all-wheel drive, or the intuitive Porsche Communication Management (PCM).
Not only is this inner strength built on technological achievements, it also comes from the harmonious relationship between design and practicality, and between everyday road use and sports driving. 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.
Over forty-five years in the making. The 911.