Porsche in America has started accepting orders for the new top-of-the-range Porsche 911 Turbo S.
The company unveiled the 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S several days ago. We’ve already known that in Germany, on the brand’s domestic market, the 911 Turbo S Coupé costs €216,396, and the Cabriolet is priced at €229,962, including VAT and country-specific equipment.
What about the prices in the USA, a key market for the brand? The new Porsche Turbo S Coupe’s price starts at $203,500.The cabrio costs from $216,300, not including the delivery fee.
The most expensive fully equipped cars will cost the customer $265,500 for the fixed-roof version, and $273,610 for the open-top vehicle.
The list of options available at extra pay is wide. It includes, in particular, custom paintwork ($12,830), Exclusive Design wheels ($2,490), a few exterior enhancements, Deviated Stitching Interior Package ($4,490), Burmester sound system ($3,980).
The PASM suspension upgrade adds $1,510 to the price tag. The sports exhaust is $3,490. Gloss black brake calipers cost $900, an upgraded power steering system’s price is $280.
A front axle lift system adds $2,770 more. The LED Matrix headlights cost $750. The optional assist systems are available at $1,220- $2,540.
Well, now customers can make pre-orders configuring the car they want to have. Deliveries will begin in late 2020.