Want a Porsche 911? As if the choice wasn’t already enough, the German’s have revealed the open-topped variant the Targa, and she’s stunning.
As if nothing has changed except a few sleek lines, the 911 Targa from the 922 version of the car still features the wide roll hoop which tells everyone on the road that this top – it comes off.
In just 19 seconds that roof will be up, back and in the boot – simple as the touch of a button.
Plus there’s that wraparound rear window which just looks so good.
Can you tell I like the look of it?
The 911 Targa comes in two all-wheel-drive models, the Targa 4 and Targa 4S.
Firing you through the corners and up the highway is a six-cylinder three litre boxer engine with twin turbos.
Targa 4 pushes out 283kW of power, blasting from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.2 seconds.
The 911 Targa 4S pushes 331 kW of power, taking you 0-100 km/h in 3.6 seconds.
Should you find a racetrack allowing it, you can push the 911 Targa 4 to 289km/h, or the Targa 4S to 304 km/h.
For those looking to compare the 992’s Targa design to the previous generation you’ll notice more pronounced wheel housings at the front, and a recess in the front of the bonnet harking back to the first 911 generation.
Inside it’s all the joy of the current 911, including the 10.9inch touch-screen infotainment featuring Porsche Connect Plus and Apple CarPlay.
Australian models of the 911 Targa will come with LED Main headlights, Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus, A grey top tint on the windscreen, electrically folding side mirrors, auto-dimming mirrors, metallic paint, Surround View, Lane Change Assist, Comfort Access, seat heating and 14-way sports seats with memory package.
The radio will feature DAB+ Digital Radio all pumping through a BOSE Surround Sound System.
Prices start at $275,800 for the 911 Targa 4, and $314,100 for the 911 Targa 4S.