Spy Shots: 2008 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio
This newest all-wheel-drive convertible should share most of its mechanicals with the coupe, including that ripping twin-turbo, 3.6-liter flat-six. You know...the one that makes 480 smooth horsepower, all controlled with your right foot and your choice of either a six-speed manual or five-speed Tiptronic. The Turbo Cab Tiptronic in 996 guise was Car and Driver's quickest Turbo ever before the 997 hit the scene, so don't scoff at the ragtop/slushbox combo. After all, it's still a Porsche Turbo.. The droptop might show up in Geneva this week (it's due in the Spring), but you can see it right now with a simple click. Expect pricing to start about 10 grand above the hardtop model's MSRP of $122,900.
[Source: The Car Connection]
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