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2017 Porsche 911 GTS Lineup

The GTS badge has come to the newest 911s and Porsche isn't being skimpy about power. The company has produced a new turborcharger for their 3.0L flat-six that will boost the total horsepower to 450-hp and will give each car a sub 4.0 second 0-60 time and top speeds over 190 mph. The car can be had in a variety of 911 flavors including the coupe, cabrio, and Targa. 

You can also get all-wheel-drive with the Carrera 4 and all the cars are available with a manual seven-speed transmission or their optional PDK automatic. On the styling side, the cars will feature the wider body normally found on the all-wheel-drive models, a new Sport Design front apron, and a variety of blacked-out elements such as smoked tail lights, gloss black intake grille, and for the first time on the GTS, blacked-out Targa bars.

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