Porsche prepares 911 Speedster, a GT2 RS, and a Carerra GTS
APorsche insider revealed a few details on the company’s future models and they seem to be onto a good thing. By 2014, Porsche hopes to sell around 150,000 units worldwide with 30% being in the US market. How will they tackle that feat? Coming over stateside with a few new models.
First, we will see a 911 Speedster at the end of 2010. It will be offered in a limited number of 100 units and will feature a wide body, RWD, PDK, PCCB, PASM, LSD, a 408 hp engine, 19" wheels, and will be offered in white or blue. It will be priced at around $200K.
In early 2011, Porsche will offer a GT2 RS. Priced at $245,000 it will be limited to 135 units and will deliver around 650 HP. Offered in red, silver, black, or white, the GT2 RS will make the 0 to 60 mph sprint in 3.4 seconds.
In the spring of 2011, Porsche will come with two new models. The first will be a Carrera GTS that will feature a wide body, RWD system, a 408 hp engine mated to a 6-speed gearbox, center lock wheels, sport design nose, and a sport exhaust. The coupe will be priced at $103,100 and the cabrio version at $112,900.
The second one is a Cayman "Spyder". It will be a lighter model, delivering more HP and featuring the usual spider design clues. With around 330 HP, it will be priced at $65,300.
Porsche is planning a very busy year, but if anyone can do it, Porsche can.