£329,990

2019 Porsche 911

2Dr

Porsche Bristol
Laurel Court
Bristol
Mileage165 miles
TransmissionManual
ShapeConvertible
ColourSilver
Year2019 69 registration
Fuelpetrol

3 point automatic front seat belts with seat mounted buckles, Brake pad wear monitor, Ceramic composite brake discs - brake chambers made of aluminium, 410 mm front diameter and rear 390 mm, internally vented and cross drilled, Electrically operated parking brake, Full size airbags for driver and passenger, Porsche ceramic composite brake (PCCB) with front calipers 6 piston and rear with 4 piston aluminium monobloc fixed + calipers with yellow finish, Porsche side impact protection system (POSIP) includes side impact protection in doors, thorax airbags integrated into the side bolster of front seat, Tyre pressure monitoring system, 20" forged light speedster alloy wheel with satin Black,central locking + sports tyres with tyre size 245/35 and 305/30 ZR 20, Tyre sealing compound and electric compressor, Central wheel bolts in black and wheel hub cover with porsche crest, Engine immobiliser with remote central locking and alarm system with radar based interior surveillance, 4 valves per cylinder, 6 speed manual GT sports transmission, 64 litre fuel tank, Aluminium engine block and cylinder heads with water cooled, Direct fuel injection (DFI), Dry sump lubrication with separate engine oil tank, Dynamic engine mounts, Forged titanium connecting rods, Lightweight sport exhaust system in stainless steel with silencer and two central stainless steel tailpipes in black, McPherson front axle with anti roll bar and chassis bearings partially with ball joints, Multi link rear axle with integrated auxiliary spring, anti roll bar and chassis bearings partially with ball joints, Oil supply with fully variable oil pressure pump, seven scavenge pumps, oil centrifuge and additional oil supply via crankshaft, Porsche stability management (PSM) including ABS with two switchable stages (SC OFF and SC+TC OFF), Porsche TORQUE Vectoring (PTV), Rear wheel drive, Two 3 way catalytic converters, gasoline particulate filter and on board diagnostics for monitoring the emission control system, Variable plastic intake manifold with two switchable resonance valves and six individual throttle valves, VarioCam camshaft control for inlet and exhaust valves, Instrument cluster with central rev counter and high resolution 4.6-inch colour screen, Instrument dials in Black with white needles and green increment markings, Rev counter with black instrument dial and speedster logo, gear and upshift indicator, Aluminium look finish fuel filler cap, Automatic headlight activation including welcome home lighting, Electric window lifts with one touch operation and door seal protection, Electrically adjustable and heated exterior mirror in sport design, Green tinted heat insulating glass, Intelligent lightweight body made of aluminium and steel, LED auxiliary lights in the front apron with position lights, direction indicators and side turn signals and tinted front light units, Lightweight bonnet manufactured in carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) in bonnet contoured exterior colour, Lightweight front apron with integrated cooling intakes including titanium coloured grilles, spoiler lip in Black and central air outlet, Lightweight front wings manufactured in carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) in exterior colour, Lightweight rear apron with additional air outlets including titanium coloured grilles, Lightweight rear lid manufactured in carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) in exterior colour and two dynamic speedster streamliners, Rear apron with PORSCHE and Speedster logo in Satin Black, Speedster windscreen and side windows with reduced height, Stone impact protection foil in black on rear wings, Tinted LED taillights, Two seater cabriolet with speedster convertible top, wide Speedster body and rear engine, Underbody panelling with finned rear diffuser, Windscreen wiper system with aero wiper blades and washer jets, 12-volt socket in passenger footwell, Element - Black leather seat bolsters, seat centres perforated, steering wheel airbag module and rim, door panel armrest + centre compartment lid, Headrests with embroidered speedster logo in black, Heating and ventilation system, Interior parts manufactured in carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) with carbon weave finish in dashboard trim strip and centre console trim, LED reading lights, orientation, ignition lock, interior and vanity mirror lighting as well as luggage compartment, footwell, glove compartment and do, Lightweight door trims with storage net and opening loops in Black, Limitation badge on cross structure behind front seats (Speedster crossbar), Lockable glovebox, Luggage compartment at front, Manually operated lightweight top with electric lock and two fins running to the rear, Particle/pollen filter with active carbon filter, Shortened gear lever in black leather and buckle manufactured in carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) with carbon weave finish, Speedster crossbar with 70 Years Porsche - In of 1948 limitation badge between the seats, Sports steering wheel with manual fore/aft/height adjust, Storage compartments in each door and centre console, Two individual cupholders (front passenger side, integrated in dashboard trim strip), Electromechanical power steering with variable steering ratio, Instrument cluster with high-resolution 4.6-inch TFT colour display, Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) variable damper system with sports setup and lowered ride height, Porsche track precision app, Rear axle steering with sport tuning,

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5
Porsche's updated 911 is more desirable than ever - with head-turning looks, an improved interior and enough power to tempt buyers away from the Audi R8 and Aston Martin Vantage. The flagship sports car has been rather comprehensively tweaked for 2019, although it very definitely still looks like...
5
This 911 probably represents the biggest change to the iconic Porsche in decades. Not because of any daring alteration to the looks - as you can see, this is merely a nip and tuck of the version launched in 2011 - but because of the changes under the bonnet. Porsche has ditched the normally aspirated...