The arrival of the new 992-generation Porsche 911 GTS fills the gap between the Carrera S and the full-caliber GT3, promises to provide a “focused” driving experience and features agility. Upward, the GTS is visually highlighted by a series of customized styling cues, while the accompanying power system and chassis upgrades provide higher performance. Powered by a manual shifting of a 480 horsepower boxed 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine, and extensive use of Race-tex (Alcantara) and carbon fiber interior.
Exterior and interior trim
exterior trim, wheel trim, exhaust pipe, and the spoiler lip are painted black, as are the dynamic LED headlights and taillights unique to the model. At the same time, carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP), thinner window glass and lightweight batteries can save up to 25 kilograms of weight as part of the optional lightweight package, which also eliminates rear seats and increases rear-axle steering. Race-Tex (Alcantara) interior, model badges, and matte carbon fiber decorative inserts.
Under the Porsche 911 GTS
Porsche’s turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine has increased from 450 horsepower in the Carrera S to 480 horsepower in the new GTS. This, combined with a torque of 570 Nm, allows the GTS coupe to exceed 0-100 km/h in just 3.3 seconds, equipped with an 8-speed dual-clutch PDK automatic transmission and four-wheel drive. Manual transmission and rear-wheel drive form. Depending on the options, performance will vary slightly.
Even the 911 Cabriolet can now be ordered in GTS format, just like the 911 Targa, although it is only equipped with four-wheel drive. The customized suspension settings derived from the 911 Turbo bring the shock absorber that “responds to dynamic changes at lightning speed”, the ride height is reduced by 10 mm, and the management system for coupes and convertibles. Porsche Active Suspension (PASM) as standard. The upgraded brakes, 20-inch front wheels, and 21-inch central locking rear wheels of the 911 Turbo are also retained.
In the international market, customer deliveries of the new 911 GTS are scheduled to begin in the summer later this year. However, in India, Porsche has not yet announced whether it plans to launch a new GTS. Porsche launched the latest 992-generation 911 in India in 2019, with a starting price of Rs 1.82 crore (except for the Indian showroom).