The Porsche 911 is an icon in the automotive industry, and it has been since the first generation of air-cooled 911 models arrived in 1964. The Porsche 911 has changed multiple times over the nearly 60 years that it has been on the market, but the soul of the Porsche 911, everything that makes it so special and so unique, can be found in any generation. The Porsche 992 generation of the 911 was introduced in 2019, and experts agree that is definitely the most accomplished Porsche 911 model yet.
The comfort level, the technology, the performance, and the refinement all achieve levels never seen before on a Porsche 911. That is certainly saying something. That said, the Porsche 911 and its previous 991 generation or even the 997 that was sold from 2004 to 2013 all offer the truly unique blend of exceptional handling, immediate performance, and daily usability that characterizes every single Porsche 911.
That's why buying a new 911 or buying a pre-owned 911 is always a sound decision for enthusiasts. It is also quite an investment, with Porsche 911s offering some of the best retained value ratings in the automotive industry. Regardless of which type of Porsche 911 you ultimately purchase, you will enjoy a performance vehicle that can be used every single day as a daily driver, and that can be both comfortable and quiet as you make your way to work or to the track. There, you will be able to unleash the full potential of the 911’s engineering, attacking corners and accelerating out of an apex with stunning confidence.
The Porsche 911 is offered in multiple versions, and it has been so for decades. So, whether you are looking at a new Porsche 911 or a pre-owned model, you will likely find the same model breakdown. Models often found in the Porsche 911 lineup over the years include:
- Porsche 911 Carrera and Carrera S
- Porsche 911 Carrera 4 and Carrera 4S
- Porsche 911 Targa, Targa 4, and Targa 4S
- Porsche 911 GTS
- Porsche 911 Turbo
Each model has its own unique personality and driving feel, and every model above with the exception of the Targa is offered as both a coupe and a Cabriolet. The Targa is actually the perfect in-between, offering a more closed-in driving experience while also allowing the owner to enjoy the sun on a warm summer day. It doesn't matter which version or year is attached to your Porsche 911, however, when what you are looking for is the quintessential sports car for everyday life. Any Porsche 911 will be able to exceed your expectations in that regard. Give us a call today to discover our inventory of new and pre-owned Porsche 911 models.