Starting from the relatively low-priced and most common 911 Carrera models, Porsche installed the regular Carrera, the high-powered Carrera S, the four-wheel drive version of the Carrera 4, and the four-wheel drive high-powered version of the Carrera 4S (the convertible 911) for the 911 Carrera models. The Carrera Cabriolet has the same setup as the hardtop, and the resolution is the same).
In the Porsche 911 series, Turbo is positioned higher than Carrera, and its power performance is also better. It belongs to the top model of the car series. The 911 Turbo is equipped with a 3.8-liter horizontally opposed 6-cylinder twin turbocharged engine. With 540 horsepower and 660 Nm of torque, this is the regular version, and the high-power version of Turbo S is more powerful.
The special Convertible model of the 911 series is the Targa. Porsche used the term Targa, originally to commemorate its excellent record in the Italian Targa Florio road car race (11 times in total).
Nowadays, Targa has evolved into a model that specifically refers to convertibles that can be used to open up the roof, but the rear window and B-pillar cannot be stowed.
4. GT models
The GT3, which is more powerful than Turbo, uses a relatively exaggerated rear wing, cancels the air intake at the rear wheel eyebrow, changes the shape of the air ducts at both ends of the rear bumper, and also sets the tailpipe to a double row at the center. Out. At the same time, because the mounting tail covers the original engine cooling grille, a heat dissipation port can only be designed between the two tail lamps.