We brought you all the details about the new 502 horsepower 2022 911 GT3 last month, or at least everything but the price. Now we know the sports car of sports cars will be available from $180,300. You can order your GT3 from Porsche Centre Vancouver now, and expect delivery this coming fall, plus we also have pricing for every available 2022 911 model below.
Along with pricing, comes news of updated tech and yet more personalization options across the 911 range, with the former including upgrades to the car’s comfort and communications systems. As of the 2022 model year, all 911s will feature an expansion of Porsche connected services due to adopting the brand’s latest iteration of Porsche Communication Management (PCM).
Accessed from a standard 10.9-inch touchscreen, a new simplified interface pulls inspiration from the version first used in the Taycan EV. It combines navigation, entertainment, comfort and communications systems into a flexible layout with plenty of personalization choices.
The PCM system update also marks a trial period extension for connected services, lengthened from 12 months in previous model years, to 36 months now. After the three-year trial, connected services can be continued via subscription. Porsche Connect, which is part of this connected services package, incorporates a host of helpful features such as Voice Pilot that understands natural language prompts initiated by saying, “Hey Porsche.”
Additionally, Navigation Plus now includes real-time traffic info and online map updates, as well as a calendar and Radio Plus.
Even better for the majority of smartphone users, the updated 911 PCM is now good to go for Android Auto (a first for any new Porsche vehicle), while both wireless and wired Apple CarPlay connectivity remains part of the trial period (and ongoing) package.
Also new, SiriusXM with 360L features a three-month trial subscription as standard, allowing 2022 911 owners to experience the commercial-free satellite radio network in its fullness. What’s more, just like with Taycan, the 911’s new PCM provides direct integration of Apple Music and Apple Podcasts for those that subscribe to the Apple service.
Continuing on the tech theme, 911 Carrera, Targa, and Turbo body styles can now be equipped with optional Remote ParkAssist when outfitted with the PDK transmission. This allows someone standing outside the car to remotely move it in or out of a parking space using their smartphone.
Remote ParkAssist comes bundled together with Active Parking Support, which can be engaged while inside the car through the updated PCM. A new 3D Surround View parking camera is available too, as is Rear Cross Traffic Alert with Lane Change Assist, all designed to keep your 911’s gorgeous exterior panels scratch free and everyone onboard safe and secure.
A new 2022 911 starts at just $115,000 in base Carrera trim, while the same body style upgraded with all-wheel drive to Carrera 4 trim can be had from only $123,400, followed by the Carrera S at $133,100, and Carrera 4S at $141,500.
Those wanting a 911 in convertible form can choose a Carrera Cabriolet from just $129,600, or move up through the drop-top range to the Carrera 4 Cabriolet at $138,000, Carrera S Cabriolet at $147,700, or Carrera 4S Cabriolet from $156,100.
Alternatively, two variants of Porsche’s best-of-both-worlds 911 Targa will be available for 2022, including the Targa 4 from $138,000 and Targa 4S at $156,100, while three 911 Turbo models take performance to optimal levels, including the $198,400 Turbo, $213,000 Turbo Cabriolet, and $235,600 Turbo S.
Once again, the new 2022 911 GT3, which Porsche considers “the most focused and agile ‘992’ generation car yet,” starts at $180,300.
To plan your new 911 purchase, contact Porsche Centre Vancouver by phone at (604) 736-7911 or visit us in our dealership at 688 Terminal Ave, Vancouver.
Story credits: Trevor Hofmann
Photo credits: Porsche
Date Posted: March 31, 2021