Includes coupe and convertible models with rear- and all-wheel drive
Porsche has given us a devilishly good surprise for the month of ghouls. The GTS is here and, yes, it can be had with a manual transmission.
Available in both coupe in convertible bodystyles and with rear- or all-wheel drive, the GTS joins the 991 generation of Porsche’s iconic sportscar.
The GTS is powered by a 430 hp flat six-cylinder engine, good for a launch to 100 km/h in 4.0 seconds when equipped with the PDK automated-manual transmission (4.2 seconds for the Cabriolet). If you are looking for sheer top speed, the manual rear-wheel drive coupe will reach 306 km/h, all while returning similar fuel economy to the Carrera S.
All GTS models wear the same wide-body outfit as the 911 Carrera 4, equipped with 20-inch wheels, Sport Chrono package, active damper system, sport exhaust, and Alcantara interior with leather-trimmed sport seats.
The Carrera GTS and Carrera 4 GTS will arrive at dealers later this year starting at $130,300 and $137,900 respectively.