Power, performance, and style. The genes of a race car packed into a 911. Both coupe and convertible with a GTS overhaul.
The classic and timeless Targa gets the GTS injection for the first time in wake of its 50th anniversary. The new addition to the hugely popular and iconic 911 Targa family line is a sports car like nothing else before.
See our 911 Targa 4 GTS video - All that Matters is Performance.
The 911 Targa 4 GTS receives a power upgrade to 424bhp, and with the seven speed dual-clutch PDK transmission the Targa boasts a top speed of 187 mph and a 0-62mph acceleration of a mere 4.3 seconds.
The design is captivating. The exterior of Carmine Red paintwork available with the GTS contrasts against the silver-coloured revolutionary Targa roll bar. A broader rear and powerful front creates a more muscular striking appearance. Beauty meets the Beast.
The ultimate sports car.
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