The new Porsche 911 Speedster: Fuel consumption (combined / in town / out of town): 13,8 /20,6 / 9,9 l/100km; CO2 emissions combined: 317 g/km; energy class: G

Porsche 911 GT3: Fuel consumption combined: 12,9 - 12,7  l/100km; CO2 emissions combined: 290-288 g/km; energy class: G*

The new Porsche 911 Speedster: Fuel consumption (combined / in town / out of town): 13,8 /20,6 / 9,9 l/100km; CO2 emissions combined: 317 g/km; energy class: G

Porsche 911 GT3: Fuel consumption combined: 12,9 - 12,7  l/100km; CO2 emissions combined: 290-288 g/km; energy class: G*

Der neue 911 Speedster

Wind in your hair.

The Speedster concept is the perfect tribute to open-top driving on the world's coastal roads.


Consumption data

The new Porsche 911 Speedster: Fuel consumption (combined / in town / out of town): 13,8 /20,6 / 9,9 l/100km; CO2 emissions combined: 317 g/km; energy class: G

Porsche 911 GT3: Fuel consumption combined: 12,9 - 12,7  l/100km; CO2 emissions combined: 290-288 g/km; energy class: G *

Tribute to a dream.

Tribute to a dream.

A single word encompasses everything the brand stands for: Speedster. The concept embodies the original Porsche virtues of purism, lightweight construction, efficiency and unadulterated driving pleasure. Limited to 1,948 units, the new 911 Speedster pays tribute to an idea that runs through the history of Porsche like a long winding road.


Exterior design

Exterior design

Clearly a 911, and then again not. The Speedster is probably the most individual 911 concept that you will see on the road, and definitely one of the most beautiful.

There is no doubt that its proportions, lines and design language are unmistakable – as well as muscular CFRP wings and round headlights typical of the 911. The front apron boasts large cooling air intakes and a black spoiler lip, typical of the 911 GT models; as is the contouring of the front lid made of carbon.

The windscreen is extremely low, making the car even flatter, more compact and more athletic. This is a long tradition with the Speedster. For which there are three very good reasons: proximity to the road, constant flirting with the elements and unadulterated sporty driving.

The 20-inch forged alloy wheels with central locking and Porsche Crest reveal the proximity to the race track; allowing a clear view of the standard Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB). ‘The Speedster’ is essentially a Porsche GT model, with an exceptional design.

As well as a flatter silhouette, the rear view also reveals a second unmistakable feature of the Speedster: its dynamic streamliners. They are located on the rear lid which is made of carbon and moulded from a single component, making it extremely rigid.

The streamliners are undoubtedly the distinguishing feature of every 911 Speedster. With their aerodynamic shape, they visually extend the headrests towards the rear of the car, and in the new 911 Speedster, they are even longer and more contoured than ever before, thus removing the slight hunchback that was given to the broadly shaped rear of earlier days.

Sporty features of the new 911 Speedster: the athletic rear, the sports exhaust system with its two central tailpipes and the lightweight rear aprons with additional air outlets.

The new 911 Speedster: our contribution to embellishing the roads. And an anthem to these. A very special 911.


Interior design

Interior design

Minimalist. Puristic. Black, and with many elements made of leather. The sporty interior of the new 911 Speedster is devoted to driving. Stylish driving, of course.

The sports steering wheel is classic black, the steering wheel rim made of leather and the top centre marking an indication of its motorsport heritage. The instruments are reminiscent of the 1960s Porsche design, when the needle was white and both the numbers and increment markings were green. Elegant: the ‘Speedster’ logo in silver colour on the passenger trim strips.

The plaque featuring the anniversary logo between the seats reflects the fact that the new 911 Speedster is strictly limited to 1,948 units. It is no coincidence that this number is also reminiscent of the year the first sports car bearing the name Porsche was produced.

Interior features in carbon-weave finish epitomise the bold, sporty character, such as the door sill guards and dashboard trim strips featuring the ‘Speedster’ logo. The door pull loops are in keeping with the lightweight design. Entirely in the style of a Porsche GT model. The same applies to the shortened gear lever with black leather grip.

Despite their sporty design, the full bucket seats made of carbon-fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) have electric seat height adjustment, are pleasantly comfortable and provide maximum lateral support – for example, on winding coastal roads. The seat bolsters, perforated seat centres and headrests with embroidered ‘Speedster’ logo in black are made of smooth-finish black leather. The characteristic shape of the seats and recesses in the seat centres are inspired by the design of the 918 Spyder.

Automatic climate control? No need for this in a car with so much free spirit – and therefore not fitted as standard, but available as an option at no extra cost. Also available as an option at no extra cost is Porsche Communication Management (PCM) with online navigation, Sound Package Plus and Connect Plus module including Apple® CarPlay. In short: you decide how puristic you want your drive to be.

There is not much to say about the rear seats. Because they are simply not available in this 911. A Speedster, with the DNA of a Porsche GT.


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Performance

Performance

The long, chequered history of the Speedster has a clear physical core: its engine deep in the rear. In the new 911 Speedster, this is a high-performance 4.0-litre naturally aspirated, horizontally opposed engine. For a high-revving concept that reaches 9,000rpm. Maximum torque is 470Nm, with a 375kW (510PS) output.

The acceleration and speed values are also extraordinary. The new 911 Speedster sprints from 0 to 62 mph in just 4.0 seconds, thanks to its 6-speed GT sports manual transmission, going on to a top speed of 192 mph. Who does it take after? The 911 GT3 and its even more powerful brother, the 911 GT3 RS.

Extremely robust and high-performing, the RS engine was originally based on that of the 911 GT3 Cup. The oil supply principle also originates from motorsport and uses a dry sump and separate engine oil tank, fully variable oil pressure pump and highly efficient supply of the bearings via the crankshaft.

The four-valve technology with cam followers and rigid valve control has also been fully tested on the race track. The engine block and cylinder heads are made of aluminium, and the titanium piston rods are forged. Thanks to VarioCam, the camshaft adjustment is finely tuned according to engine speed and load. Six individual throttle valves ensure optimum air supply to every cylinder.

A stereo lambda control circuit regulates the exhaust gas composition and monitors pollutant conversion in the catalytic converters. To reduce particulate emissions, the 911 Speedster is fitted with a particulate filter. The necessary regeneration process of the particulate filter runs independently and unnoticed. The extra weight of the sports exhaust system due to the additional particulate filter is more than offset by a newly developed lightweight construction concept.

The result of all these measures: direct responsiveness and motorsport-typical vehicle performance. With the unparalleled soundtrack of a thoroughbred naturally aspirated engine. Absolutely beautiful and amazingly fast.


Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB)

Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB)

We have nothing against nostalgia, but when it comes to active safety, we rely on modern, motorsport-tested technology: with the cross-drilled ceramic brake discs of the Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB). They have a diameter of 410mm at the front and 390mm at the rear – for even more formidable braking performance. They are standard on the new 911 Speedster.

The use of six-piston yellow (black in the Heritage Design Package) aluminium monobloc fixed calipers on the front and four-piston aluminium monobloc fixed calipers on the rear – provides extremely high and above all consistent braking forces.

PCCB enables shorter braking distances in even the toughest road and race conditions. And improves safety under high-speed braking, thanks to its excellent fade resistance.

The crucial advantage of PCCB is the extremely low weight of the ceramic brake discs, which are approximately 50% lighter than cast-iron discs of a similar design and size. The result of this reduction in unsprung, rotatory masses is better roadholding and increased comfort, particularly on uneven roads, as well as greater agility and a further improvement in handling.


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