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In our opinion, the Porsche 992 Carrera custom staggered rims are one of the most beautiful Porsche of all time. You may find the Porsche 993 and other models may be sexier but, let me remind you that these days the design need longer and longer until you get used to it, which means, Yes, they are mostly that ugly. In this case, it is love at first sight. Look at these massive concave wheels on the rear, which look huge, but they're just 21's called LOMA RS1 Superlight for a maximum Porsche performance. The combination between a stance Porsche 992 and the unbeatable design of LOMA Forged Wheels. Contact us today to get your quote on your set of forged wheels.
This is very likely the least expensive new Porsche 911 you'll ever lay eyes on. At $106,290, it has a mere $7540 in options, which, if you don't believe, is a picture of restraint, go spend a few minutes on Porsche's online configurator. This car had just four add-ons: a Sports Exhaust system ($2950); the Sport Chrono package, which includes launch control ($2720); Lane Change Assist, which most other automakers call blind-spot detection ($1060); and Sports Seats Plus ($810). Let's see if the extreme low end of the 911 lineup lives up to six-figure sports-car expectations.
A peak horsepower figure of only 379 from its twin-turbo 3.0-liter flat-six is not a great start toward credibility. A V-6 Camry also has a power figure that starts with a 3 yet costs a third as much. There are many examples of more for less when it comes to maximizing underhood output.
But the 911 is deceptive. In the new-for-2020 992-generation 911, an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission—PDK in Porsche parlance—replaces the previous seven-speed unit. Its general brilliance in terms of quickness and smoothness is familiar. However, the car we drove did bobble a couple of shifts before it was altogether up to temperature. Porsche's simple and extremely effective launch-control function is also expected, which revs the engine to 5000 rpm before dropping the hammer and entirely slipping the clutch. The engine speed never drops below 4000 rpm as it makes a smooth and very swift departure. And it is happy to repeat this launch-toward-the-horizon routine just as often as you'd like. Our test car made consistently repeated passes of 3.2 seconds to 60 mph and 11.5 seconds through the quarter-mile, which are 0.1- and 0.3-second quicker, respectively, than the 2017 911 Carrera with the PDK that we previously tested. Those results also make the base car just 0.3-second slower than the 443-hp Carrera S in both measures.