.

     

.

.

 

 

 

..

.

.

.

 

.

 

Google

Web

autointell.com


 Porsche Cayman


Porsche 911 Turbo 2006


Cayenne Turbo S


911 Carrera/ S


Porsche Cayenne


911 Targa


911 GT2


GT Concept


911 Carrera 4


911 Turbo


911 Carrera


Boxster S

 

1999-2004 Copyright
Automotive Intelligence,
www.autointell.com
All Rights Reserved .
For questions please contact
editor@autointell.com
.

.
Porsche Front   Porsche Management   Porsche Manufacturing
Porsche Product Development   Porsche Production&Sales.
.


Porsche : Product Line Up 2001


Porsche 911 Turbo:

Porsche 911 Turbo
Click image for larger view

With a 415-horsepower twin-turbo engine, advanced all-wheel drive, and exclusive styling, the new 911 Turbo takes its place at the top of the Porsche model line and in the top echelon of the supercar category. Power drives through a standard six-speed manual transmission,

and, for the first time on a 911 Turbo, Porsche offers the Tiptronic S five-speed automatic transmission as an option. Exclusive design features include bi-xenon high-intensity gas-discharge headlights and a bi-plane rear spoiler.

The 911 Turbo can accelerate from 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) in just 4.2 seconds and achieve a top track speed of 189 mph (305 km/h). The 2001 911 Turbo introduces the first ceramic composite brake discs on a production car. Available as an option (late availability), the Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB) will set new standards for brake response, fade resistance, and service life. Porsche dealers can retrofit the discs to 2001 911 Turbos originally ordered without them.


Porsche Boxster:

Porsche Boxster
Click image for larger view

Inspired by classic mid-engine Porsche sports/racing cars, the 2001 Boxster is powered by a 2.7-liter, 217-horsepower six-cylinder boxer engine. Customers can choose between the standard five-speed manual transmission and the Tiptronic S five-speed automatic.

The standard power convertible roof lowers in just 12 seconds, and an aluminum hardtop is available as an option.

In addition to the newly optional PSM system, the 2001 Boxster features a new cloth roof headliner (already standard on the Boxster S) that reduces interior noise. The integrated supplemental safety bars are now covered in soft-touch material, and a new three-spoke steering wheel with color Porsche Crest adds a sporty touch to the interior.


Porsche Boxster S:

Porsche Boxster S
Click image for larger view

Introduced for model year 2000, the Porsche Boxster S melds the foundation of the successful Boxster with the kind of high performance upgrades that have made the letter "S" a legendary part of Porsche history. The Boxster S is powered by a 3.2-liter, 250-horsepower engine and features the six-speed manual transmission and the cross-drilled brake discs from the 911 Carrera.

 Additional performance upgrades over the standard Boxster include standard 17-inch wheels, wider tires, higher-rate suspension tuning, and a third radiator.

The Boxster S shares the detail enhancements for 2001 with the standard Boxster, except the three-spoke steering wheel, which was already standard. The new-generation 911 Carrera, introduced in 1998, represented the first "clean-sheet" redesign of the legendary 911 since its introduction in 1965. Longer, wider, and sleeker than any previous 911, the current version of this legendary sportscar nevertheless maintains the unmistakable 911 profile and classic design cues.

see detailed report


Porsche 911 Carrera

Porsche 911 Carrera
Click image for larger view

The 911 Carrera is available as either a Coupe or Cabriolet model. In the Coupe, the rear seatbacks fold down to create a flat cargo floor. The one-touch power soft-top on the Cabriolet folds compactly into a compartment behind the rear seats.

 A solid tonneau cover fits flush against the body with the roof lowered, preserving the sleek, uncluttered appearance, and a removable aluminum hardtop is standard.

With 300 horsepower from its 3.4-liter six-cylinder boxer engine, the 911 Carrera can accelerate from rest to 62 miles per hour (0-100 km/h) in just 5.2 seconds. Customers can choose between a standard six-speed manual transmission and the optional Tiptronic S five-speed automatic transmission.

see detailed report


Porsche Carrera 4:

Porsche Boxster S
Click image for larger view

Based on the 911 Carrera, the 911 Carrera 4 features an all-wheel drive system based on a viscous multi-plate clutch.

 All-wheel drive provides enhanced grip on dry or wet road surfaces. The system directs torque to the front wheels at a rate of five-to-40 percent, depending on available traction and power applied. Subtle exterior differences that distinguish the 911 Carrera 4 models from their rear-wheel drive siblings include a different wheel design than the standard 911 Carrera, as well as plainly visible titanium-color brake calipers.

see detailed report


.
Homepage  News   Companies   Management     Publications   Events     Careers

Services   Discussion   Guestbook   Search

.


.    .