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  • Mileage: 13000
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Engine Size: 3.8
  • Interior Colour: Black leather
  • Exterior Colour: Basalt Black
  • Body Style: Coupe
  • Seats: 4
  • Service: Porsche FSH
  • Reg date: 2009/10

Optional extras

  • Metallic Paint
  • Porsche Vehicle Tracking System
  • Heated seats
  • ParkAssist (parking aid rear)
  • Universal Audio Interface
  • Extended navigation module
  • Telephone Module
  • 7-speed double clutch transmission (PDK)
  • Porsche Crest embossed on head restraints
  • Cruise Control
  • Sports Chrono Package Plus
  • Sports Exhaust System
  • Electric tilt/slide sunroof
  • Automatic dimming interior mirror with integrated rain sensor
  • Rear Wiper
  • Adaptive Sports Seats
  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
  • 19-inch Carrera Sport Wheels
  • Sport Design Steering wheel with paddle shift
  • Seat belts in silver-grey
  • BOSE Surround Sound system
  • Side strips with model designation
  • Front air intakes opaque Aluminum look
  • Wing mirror opaque aluminium look
  • Illuminated door-sill guards
  • Customisation package PDK gear lever
  • Outer door-sill guards in stainless steel
  • Contrast stitching
  • Voice Control
  • Engine Power 385 bhp
  • Top Speed 183 mph
  • Acceleration (0-62mph) 4.5 seconds
  • CO2 Rating (g/km) 247 g/km
  • Average mpg 26.9 mpg
  • Boot Capacity 105 litres


Evo says:

Technical highlights?

The C4S no longer uses a viscous coupling, instead the power is distributed by an electromagnetically controlled multi-plate clutch, able to shuffle the grunt around much faster and more effectively than before. In total the car weighs just 55kg more than the two-wheel drive Carrera.

What’s it like to drive?

It’s a couple of seconds faster around a damp lap of the Bedford Autodrome, and it feels as though it’s been set up for such conditions. The differences transfer in a similar way to greasy roads, C4S gives you more options than the 2 and there are fewer hairy moments when you’re waiting for the tyres to react to a cornering request. In short, most of the tactility and rewards of driving a Porsche 911 with a four-wheel-drive safety net.

How does it compare?

The C2S requires a higher skill level in the winter than this 4, handing more of the task of getting it round the track to the driver. The purity of the 2wd set up means that on a warm summer day it would still be more fun and the lap time gap between the two would be considerably smaller.


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