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      Less is more for our new 911 T. Thinner glass, rear seat delete and shorter gear ratios make this the driver’s choice in the Carrera line-up.

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      911 Carrera T: Combined fuel consumption 9.5–8.5 l/100 km; CO2 emissions 215–193 g/km

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      • Love it!

          3 years ago
      • The C2S is there, as you so rightly said, for those who’d like a little more power. Vive la différence, as our colleagues at Porsche France would say. ^BJWS

          3 years ago
      • Yep: greater choice is always better....so long as the choice is real rather than illusory. I guess when you say “more power” you mean “more power to weight “ since both C2 and CT output is rated at 370 PS. I’m not convinced- and certainly confused - as to what Porsche is quoting on its 🇬🇧 official website. The T is 1425kg and the C2 is 1430 kg (down from 1440 when I bought mine 11 months ago....which is pretty odd) which must mean that when you add the rear seats back in ( which in the UK is an ‘opt-in’ option) the CT must weigh more than the C2....which of course it’s simply not ‘allowed’ to do, is it ?! How many kilos do 5 panes of lightweight glass save ? Answer: more than 2 kilos and I’ll eat my hat. This conceivably means that a CT with its (heavier) 20” wheels/tyres (with PCM and rear seats added) could actually weigh more than a boggo-standard manual C2..... That rear axle ratio change has got a lot of ‘value-add responsibility’ to carry....

          3 years ago
        • The C2S is there, as you so rightly said, for those who’d like a little more power. Vive la différence, as our colleagues at Porsche France would say. ^BJWS

            3 years ago
        • C2S....bien sur...mais la Carrera Touring ? La même puissance comme la C2... Exactement où se trouve la différence ??!!

            3 years ago
      • A closer ratio gearbox ? Or a different rear axle ratio ? I doubt the former: that’s an expensive change. Plus the weight saving over a C2 is illusory in practice. Option-in the rear seats and PCM and the weight is much closer to C2 country. Why not spend the extra dough on a C2 S ?

          3 years ago
        • You’re right, while the ratios are shorter (and I need to check this tomorrow but I think they’re also slightly closer together), this is achieved by a lower axle ratio. Anyway, there’s a lot more to the 911 T than just the weight saving (which...

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            3 years ago
        • Yep: greater choice is always better....so long as the choice is real rather than illusory. I guess when you say “more power” you mean “more power to weight “ since both C2 and CT output is rated at 370 PS. I’m not convinced- and certainly...

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            3 years ago

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