The 2015 Porsche 911 GTS models have broken cover. The newest additions to the burgeoning 911 range, the new GTS range includes a Coupe and a Cabriolet, both being offered in rear- or all-wheel drive guises. Positioned above the Carrera S/4S, the ‘Gran Turismo Sport’ range brings in a little more power from the screaming 3.8 liter flat six motors, tweaked chassis setup and a few bespoke, subtle styling touches.
Power is now pegged at 424hp (430PS), a 30hp bump over the Carrera S, letting the PDK double-clutch gearbox fitted GTS Coupe to dismiss 100km/h (62mph) in 4.0 seconds. The GTS Cabriolet does the same in 4.2 seconds. The fastest of the GTS line-up, the Coupe with a 7-speed manual and rear-wheel drive will reach 306km/h (190mph), while the others will also manage over 300 km/h (186mph).
Toys like Porsche’s Sport Chrono package, the PASM active damper system that lowers the car’s ride height by 10mm over the Carrera S, and a sports exhaust system as standard throughout the range.
Visual enhancements include a set of matte black, centre-lock 20 inch wheels, smoked headlamps with bi-Xenon illumination, sportier front bumpers from Porsche’s Aerokit Cup package for the 911, dark chrome exhaust finishers, blacked-out badges/rear air-vents and GTS logos on the doors.
Inside, the seats and door panels are trimmed in a combination of Alcantara and leather, with the steering wheel and the headliner are also finished in Alcantara.
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