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.</p.

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.


Source: TeamSpeed

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  (313) posted on 06.16.2010

Autocar will not be the only site to have the 997 face lift images as Porsche willlift the press embargo on their update.

  (228) posted on 06.15.2010

oh yeah, the rims looks nice to a MazdaSpeed3.

  (392) posted on 06.14.2010

I like those rims, i hope there is a 16" with four hole version of it.. I’d like to fit this wheels to our Speed3.

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