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The legendary silhouette continues in fine form, with its timeless design staying true to the original. This 911 is now the eighth-generation (992) 911 and continues the story of this iconic German sports car.

Unveiled to the world in the Carrera S specification, this 992-generation is an evolution of the outgoing 991-generation. The silhouette is unmistakably 911 with classy enhancements such as wide-bodied cars as standard in the range, and featuring the stunning inclusion of the full-width lightbar at the back of the car.

Elsewhere, a state-of-the-art interior is adopted. Power is delivered by a 3.0-litre turbocharged six-cylinder engine, pushing out 450 PS. This is good for 62 mph in just 3.7 seconds in the Carrera S, dropping to 3.5 seconds with Sport Chrono Package. Carrera 4S models will hit 62mph in just 3.6 seconds, while dropping to 3.4 seconds with the Sport Chrono package.

Specification 1 - Carrera 4S

First up we have a high-specification Porsche 911 Carrera 4S. You may see we have adopted a certain style to that of Mr Chris Harris, but we think you'll agree that it does look fantastic, even if we do say so ourselves.

Highlights of this particular specification include; Jet Black Metallic paint with contrasting Carrera S wheels painted in satin aurum, Black/Bordeaux Red two-tone leather interior, Lightweight Carbon roof, Sports exhaust system in black, Sport Chrono Package, Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes along with Porsche Crests embossed on centre console armrest and headrests.

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Specification 2 - Carrera S

For this particular 911 Carrera S, we went a little bit more humble on the specification - only we went slightly more daring with the colour choice. Racing Yellow with contrasting high gloss black wheels certainly looks sharp in our eyes.

The specification amazingly has £35,000 less options than 'Spec 1', but still looks incredible. Highlights are subtle (apart from the paint) and include SportDesign sideskirts, Porsche logo painted in high-gloss black, lightweight carbon roof, Porsche Crest Embossed on centre console and headrests, and are completed with a brushed aluminium interior package and BOSE® Surround Sound System.

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Specification 3 - Carrera S

This time around, we have gone for a more understated look. Dolomite Silver Metallic has been chosen for the exterior body colour, along with 20/21-inch RS Spyder Design wheels - complete with wheel centres with full-colour Porsche crests.

Other features of this particular specification include black leather interior with Crayon stitching, sports seats Plus, SportDesign sideskirts, lightweight carbon roof, privacy glass, Porsche Crest embossed logos on centre console armrest and headrests - with the interior also benefiting from the carbon matt interior package and illuminated door sill guards in carbon too.

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Specification 4 - Carrera S

Another creation, another stunning colour. This time it's Miami Blue. Five spoke 20/21-inch Carrera Exclusive Design Wheels have been utilised with wheels painted in high-gloss black - whilst keeping the outer rim contrasting silver. The interior carries on the blue theme with a Graphite Blue leather interior along with Adaptive Sports seats with electric memory package.

We also opted for the Brushed aluminium interior package, with door sill guards in brushed aluminium too. Around the rear of the car we have selected the Sports exhaust system and ensured we fitted the Sport Chrono Package - for the slightly enhanced 0-62mph time. At the front, you can see the LED main headlights (PDLS Plus) have been selected too. Another fine looking 911 Carrera complete.

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Specification 5 - Carrera S

We have had a mix of striking colours, and you can't go wrong with a black car as they look ultra-sleek, but now we bring you the gorgeous Gentian Blue Metallic exterior finish, with contrasting satin aurum Carrera S wheels.

Subtle details such as the Porsche logo on the rear being painted black, along with the deletion of the model designation complete the rear end design. Privacy glass is adopted along with brake calipers painted black. And how about this for an interior - truffle brown club leather, with crayon stitching - and of course the Porsche crest embossed logos on the headrests.

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If you have ever had a go on the Porsche configuration tool, you'll know how much time you can consume speccing your dream Porsche. If you are lucky enough to spec your very own Porsche our Porsche Centres can help finalise specifications, as sometimes you need a little extra help, especially after seeing colours and specifications up close and personal.

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