Driving a 911 is first and foremost about the feel of the road in the original, unadulterated and direct sense. Is it possible, then, to mention the 911 and comfort in the same breath? To speak of systems that make driving ‘more agreeable’, or of materials that feel ‘pleasant’ to the touch? Good question.
In reality, however, should anyone really be forced to choose one over the other? Let’s introduce ourselves to the concept of sporty comfort – dynamic performance that maintains composure even when pushed to the extreme.
Engineering and style – and Porsche identity on the inside, as demonstrated by the ascending centre console. In typical Porsche fashion, the use of form follows a basic principle: focus on the driver. This is why the distance between the gear lever or selector and steering wheel is extremely short and the operating logic, such as that of the two-zone air conditioning system or the suspension settings, is clear and uncomplicated. You shouldn’t have to browse one submenu after another. You should instead be able to concentrate on what’s important: the road.
Our materials are high-quality with a sporty character. The steering wheel rim, door pulls and armrests are in leather, for instance. Alcantara has proven its worth in motorsport and is used as standard for the roof lining of the Coupé models.
In addition to the choice of Black, Platinum Grey, Luxor Beige and Yachting Blue for the interior, there is a wide range of other personalisation options available, including two-tone color combinations or special colors and materials such as carbon, aluminum or high-quality wood.
Engineering that takes you forward: standard Porsche Communication Management (PCM) with navigation module and a high-resolution 7-inch color touchscreen. PCM is your control centre for audio, navigation and communication functions.
Another element of the Porsche identity is sound. Available as an option is the BOSE® Surround Sound System with a total output of 445 watts. In short, it delivers powerful audio playback combined with an impressive spatial sound.
No system promises such high standards in the 911, and fulfils them, as the optional High-End Surround Sound System from Burmester®, the bespoke manufacturer based in Berlin and one of the most respected premium audio manufacturers worldwide. With a total output of 821 watts, it ensures an incredible audio experience.
Our patented integral subwoofer enhances the bass performance of both optional sound systems and also saves weight. Typically Porsche.
Ergonomics, style and sound. Sports car technology, intelligently combined.