Porsche’s consummate sports car celebrates a half-century of thrills of this year. There’s even a 50th Anniversary edition of the 911 to commemorate the milestone. Throughout its long life, the 911 has been a world-class performer with sophistication and style to match.
What's New for 2014
The Turbo, Turbo S and GT3 models move to the latest 911 platform for 2014, completing the staggered rollout of the contemporary 911 line.
Choosing Your Porsche 911
The 911 is known for its deep model roster and plethora of options, from subtle trim enhancements to sophisticated mechanical upgrades. Of course, all variations offer stunning looks and performance—the question is how far you want to push the envelope.
The main differentiation between various Carrera models is gradually increasing performance enhancements. All Carreras are available in coupe and convertible form.
Turbo and Turbo S
Performance becomes almost dizzying with the addition of turbocharged power.
Perhaps the most collectible of this year's offerings are built in limited quantities.
As in the past, model prices vary wildly—more than $100,000 separates the MSRPs of the base Carrera coupe and Turbo S convertible. Further, Porsche encourages lavish personalization that sends prices skyward. So don't let loaded showroom examples give you the potentially false impression that the 911 is out of reach.