0-60 in Porsche 911 carrera?
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Too wide open of a question. This depends on the year and trim level of the Porsche 911. I would refer to various internet sites with indexes of 0-60 car stats, such as the one below, or perhaps an automotive magazine website.
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Often times car companies make ultra high end cars to have a project to develop new technologies, which trickle down into their high production cars. They usually develop a racing version of the supercar for use as a racer, where it can be tested and molded into as best a racer as they can make. The…n they take the technology from the racer, adapt it for road use and add luxuries like leather and a stereo for the supercar consumer. Then they take the technology that the supercar has and tame it a little more for mass production in high production sports cars. in some cases, the ultra high end cars are sold at less than they cost to build, because they were designed strictly for research and development. if they were sold at production cost, they would not sell, but they like to make back as much money as they can. For example, the Bugatti Veyron costs between $8 and $10 million USD to make (depending on exchange rates and such) but was sold for between $1.2 and 1.8M in the US (depending on options and dealer markups) in the world of luxury cars, Mercedes uses this strategy with its S class and Maybach and BMW uses it on the Rolls Royce. Many of the toys and gadgets in everyday cars were originally on one of those 3 (SatNav, seat belts, cruise control etc), (MORE)
A Porsche Carrera is a trim offered on the 911 model range. the 911 current range is:\n. \nCarrera (aka Carrera 2 in reference to the rear 2WD) \n. \nCarrera S (bigger faster engine) \n. \nCarrera 4 (which adds 4 wheel drive)\n. \nCarrera 4S\n. \nTarga (removable hard roof)\n. \nTarga S\n. …\nGT3 (lightened psudo racing version)\n. \nGT3RS (even lighter than the GT3)\n. \nTurbo (adds turbochargers)\n. \nGT2 (lightened racing version of the Turbo)\n. \nConvertable tops are available on all the Carrera models, the Turbo, and traditionally the GT2 but it is not yet released for this generation. The convertables are called Cabriolets (ex: Carrera 4S Cabriolet)\n. \nIn reference to said vehicles, the specific trim name or the term 911 can be correctly used interchangibly or in combonation\n. \n--- And Carreras are a little cheaper... it's very affordable @ about $60,000 for a new one...\n. \nAnd 924 Carrera GT (see link). (MORE)
The switch is on the front end of the transmission on the top. When you put the car in reverse a part inside the transmission pushed the back up light switch. It screws into the transmission - you can get to it with the car jacked up high enough.
Depends on the model. The fastest: 911 GT2 [330 kmph][205 mph] The most original: 911 Turbo [310 kmph][193 mph] The newest 911 turbo s is even faster. I bet no one knows how many 2013 Porsche 911 turbo s cabriolet werebuilt?
Will Porsche 911 GT3 wheels fit on my Carrera S 997 even though they are wider than the standard Carrera wheels?
Yes they will bolt right on. . Yes, they will in theory. At most the rear fenders may need to be rolled, but that is not likely.
The 911 GT1 was the fastest. However, it wasn't a "true" 911, the only thing it really shared with other models was the name. Considering that, the fastest proper production 911 is the GT2 RS.
$70,000 USD. This is for a bare bones version. If you want the Bose sound system, 18 in ch or 19 inch rims expect to shell out more coin. Porsche will nickel and dime you till the price is more in the $80,000 trust me.
Progressing through career mode. It'll be one of the unlocks in the races in the "Stacked Deck" territory.
Take it to a certified Porsche dealer and let the experts service your precision crafted engine.
Many differences,. some of them are narrow bodies for the 911 carrera ans wide body for the "S".(Turbo style). More HP for the "S" than the normal carrera.. options etc.
One thing that helps is that at a certain speed, I think 162 mph, the rear spoiler raises for more rear-wheel traction and downforce.
it depends on what generation it is, on 964, 993 and 996 models, there is little evidence externally other than a 'carrera 4' badge opposed to the simple 'carrera' badge on the carrera 2. Some 964 cars were fitted with a widebody on the carrera 4, but this is a rare option. on the latest 997 variety…, the carrera 4 has a wider rear stance, (44mm) over the standard carrera and carrera s. This wider rear shell also features on the turbo, gt2, and gt3 rs(the standard gt3 has the slim shell.) (MORE)
The Porsche Carrera GT is faster.\nThere are lots of sites where you can find that out.
The difference between the Porsche carrera s and carrera 4s, is that the s is RWD (Rear Wheel Drive) and the 4s has AWD (All Wheel Drive). Expect higher dynamics with an 4 x 4 car, but the more enthusiastic says the pure carrera must be RWD. Christian A.
Yes there are several kits out there. I suggest calling the guys over at http://www.imagineauto.com.. Brian Minson, Editor Porsche 9 Magazine. www.9magazine.com
Porsche claims it will accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62.1 mph) in 3.9 seconds and has a maximum speed of 330 km/h (205 mph) although road tests indicated that in reality the car can accelerate from 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 3.5 seconds and 0-100 mph (160 km/h) in 6.8 seconds.
It depends on what model of Lamborghini you are the Porsche to. Some models are slower, and some are faster.
front trunk is under the dash board inline with the oil/gas level gauge, the rear hood is in the drivers door jam
Stock car will do 0-60 time of 4.6 seconds. Porsche claims a time of 5.1 seconds however; Porsche is always conservative with there numbers. The car magazines range from 4.5-4.9 seconds depending on the magazines..
The only difference is thatthe gemballa is a modified version. otherwise, they are the same.
The fuse panel is located in the drivers side footwell behind a plastic cover near the dead pedal. A listing of all of the fuses should be provided with the car.
The only possible way too get it in San Andreas is too get a custommod in which then you could get it.
Why does it takes excessive pressure on brake pedal to turn on your brake lights on a Porsche carrera 911 1987?
Answer 1 - Excessive Pressure Required to Activate Brake Lights Although I am not familiar with your vehicle, I suspect that the cause for the symptom you describe is that the brake light switch position is out of adjustment .
It's an option. You can ask Porsche to remove this lettering when you purshase a new car. Or it has been removed by the owner himself...
Yes, even though they are expensive to buy, Porsche's are very simple cars to work on when it comes to basic maintenance. Most general maintenance can be done at home in your own garage.
There is no adjustment on 1984 thru 1989 carrera. There are 2 brake light switches which are wired in parallel and are located on the brake master cylinder.
Before the Porsche 911 was introduced in late 1963, it was known by the factory during its development as Project 901 (a number with no significance outside of keeping Porsche's many projects easily organized; every car under development by Porsche receives a 3-digit number identifying it). When it …came time to put the car into production, Porsche planned on leaving the new model as the 901. French car manufacturer Peugeot, however, objected on the grounds that it held the rights in France to any car name consisting of three numbers with a zero as the center digit. Thus, Porsche decided to bump the zero up to '1' and the 911 was born. (MORE)
There is no fast car, there is only fast drivers. - If by fastest you mean best top speed, then it is the fastest Porsche produced until now (for the road) together with the brand new GT2 RS. Both able to have top speed of 205 mph (330 km/h). - If by fastest you mean best lap time, then we can t…ake the world famous track "NÃ¼rburgring Nordschleife" in germany, where the Carrera GT is not the fastest Porsche, as it make 1 lap in 7:28 min but the new GT2 RS is making in 7:24 min. (MORE)
Porsche is so successful because of their unique design byFerdinand Porsche, 1. Rear engine boasts optimum grip while accelerating 2. Rear engine makes the front of the car so light that it isalmost close to perfect while steering, nimbleness & balance isimpeccable. 3. The shape is very aerodynamic…, for instance the newest 911carrera has only 0.28 drag coefficient. 4. 50 years of improvement. (MORE)
New or used. Deposit or no deposit. Balloon payment or no balloon payment. Interest rate. Taxes, levies, stamp duties. There are many variables to consider, so consult your finance broker.
Length: 4,435mm (443.5cm) Width: 1,808mm (180.8cm) Height: 1,310mm (131cm) WARNING: This is only for a normal 911 Carrera , measurements may change depending on model number and model date. e.g In 2012 the (NEW) 911 may change.
Depends on which Lamborghini and what you mean by fast. If by Lamborghini you mean MurciÃ©lago, then it still depends. The original MurciÃ©lago did 205mph, the LP640 did 210mph, and the LP670 SV did 213mph.
The Porsche 911 has many different editions. The Carrera 4S is a much heavier car and very luxurious. The Carrera is lighter but also comfortable. Both of these 911s are quick track cars but the Carrera is more agile. Also, the standard Carrera is the least expensive 911 you can purchase.
2012 model- There is an issue on a gas "pipeline" and it breaks and leaks. It may cause a fire or an explosion. When buying this car, suggest bringing it to the Porsche Maintenance nearby.
Starting at 81,000$ go to Porsche.com to customize one & buy It or screw around -bcracIng
Yes it is. The porsche carrera is an apualling car. It is the epitomy of awfullness and they can never improve it.=)
Mobil 1 0W-40 oil has been recommended by Porsche since 1995. All Bosch service centers and Porsche dealers use Mobil 1 0W-40 oil for Porsches. Most auto parts stores and Bosch centers carry this oil.
Take it to "Big Bill Hell's" Look him up on youtube. he helped me out a bunch!
The best way to find Prosche 911s on sale is to use second-hand listings, such as those published by AutoTrader. Some second-hand auto dealers may also have 911s on sale.
As of right now, the newest model of the Porsche 911 is the Carrera S. It boasts a 7 speed manual transmission and with that gets 20-27 miles per gallon.
Porsche Carreras can be purchased mostly in the United States and Italy. Many retail stores in the United States carry the vehicle especially in large cities like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Detroit.
The Porsche Carrera GT is powered by a 5.7 litre V10 engineproducing 612 hp (450 kW) at 8000 rpm and 590 Nm (435 lb/ft) at5,800 rpm.
The Porsche 911 was first produced in 1974 in Germany. It has 2 doors, and it has a sleek design, it has been disconnected now but can be easily found if you are looking in the right place.
Can't be answered. The 911 has been built for ages, with different power outputs fromone version to the next.
The 2002 Porsche 911 is 5 ft. 9.7 in. (69.7 in.)12V front power outlet(s) wide.
The 2001 Porsche 911 is 5 ft. 9.5 in. (69.5 in.)17 x 9.0 in. wheels wide.
The 2007 Porsche 911 is 5 ft. 11.2 in. (71.2 in.)12V front power outlet(s) wide.
The 2005 Porsche 911 is 5 ft. 11.2 in. (71.2 in.)12V front power outlet(s) wide.
The 2006 Porsche 911 is 5 ft. 11.2 in. (71.2 in.)12V front power outlet(s) wide.
Roadfly TV - 2005 2010 LAIAS 2011 Porsche 911 Carrera GTS 5-83 was released on: USA: 19 November 2010