It’s an exciting time to be a Porsche fan.
In addition to the 911 Carreras, Porsche is releasing its next-generation 911 Carras to the public.
We’re excited to announce that the 2017 911 Carra S and the 2017 Porsche 911 911 Carrer GT are now available for pre-order.
This is a truly incredible vehicle that will make Porsche fans feel like they’ve stepped back in time.
The 911 Carriers are a significant step forward in Porsche’s design philosophy.
The Carrera is a car that is built to the exacting standards of the classic Porsche 911, yet at the same time has the power and performance to match.
While the Carrera S is available with either the GT-S or GT-R engines, the Carrer will come with a choice of either an S or R version.
The 2017 Porsche Carrera Carrera RS is the first Porsche Carrera to come with both a manual or automatic transmission, and while this is the case for most cars, it is not the case of the Carreas.
Porsche claims that this is because it wants to make sure that customers have as much freedom as possible when choosing which transmission to choose.
If you’re a Porsche lover and have been searching for a manual-transmission Porsche Carra, the 2017 Carrera has been the right choice.
You’ll get all the features you need, and you’ll even be able to buy a manual version for a lower price.
As for the rest of the car, the only thing it won’t have is a front fascia.
To top it all off, the Porsche Carrer is just one of the models we’re releasing for preorder in the US.
For this year, the car is offered with a 5.9L supercharged V8 that is powered by a twin-turbo 3.8L DOHC flat-six.
It is capable of delivering 450hp at 6,800rpm and 476lb-ft of torque at 3,400rpm.
This power is enough to push a 917KG (4,100lb-lb) package up to 155mph.
Of course, if you want the ultimate in power, the 911s 911 Carruses Turbo is available for purchase.
All of this means that the Carriers Turbo is one of our most powerful cars to date.
And that’s just one way that the Porsche 911s Carrera and Carrera R are able to match their rivals.
In terms of performance, the new Carrera models are the fastest 911s ever built.
Even though the 911 is the same engine as the Carras, the powertrain is completely different.
The Porsche 918 Spyder is powered exclusively by a 6.2L twin-scroll turbocharged V6 that delivers more than twice the power of the Porsche 917.
The Turbo also makes 400hp at 7,400 rpm and 460lb-f of torque.
When it comes to power, there’s really only one difference.
The 911 Carres Turbo is a six-speed manual and comes with a 916KG package that is equipped with an all-wheel drive system.