Thursday, May 19, 2011

2011 Porsche 911 Black Edition Review

The Porsche 911 911 Black Edition offers the basic principles of distinctive design with inner strength, with a high level of specification that focuses on the iconic styling of the car and improving the interior, while retaining the authentic sporty driving experience.

Available for only 1,911 copies worldwide, the Porsche 911 Black Edition is painted black and smooth as standard, basalt black metallic accessories. Electric folding hood model Cabriolet is cut black cloth. external stress has a 19-inch forged aluminum wheels 911 Turbo II, metallic gloss finish that perfectly complements the sophisticated design of these 911. Moreover, attempts to provide a clear view of the brake discs, which are naturally paired with a black finish, four-piston aluminum fixed calipers.

black lettering of the guards, the entrance of the stainless steel door identifies each "Black Edition" and provides an early indication of the interior design of high quality that focuses on the values ​​of pure sports car. Inside, the color of the exterior theme continues with black leather interior, driver and front wheel is a flange thickness SportDesign. The dashboard is naturally black. At the top of the glove, a logo reflecting the limited production of the 911 Black Edition. By contrast, the valance band, shift knob and air vents are finished painting aluminum look. The rear center console is painted body color.

With the characteristic exhaust note of the flat six-cylinder 3.6-liter, an additional peak in the acoustic 911 Black Edition is the BOSE ® Surround Sound System that is installed by default. This has been specially coordinated with the interior of the 911 Carrera and includes 13 speakers (twelve in convertible bonds), including an active subwoofer and center speaker and a digital amplifier with seven channels. Together, this gives a total power of 385 W for an immersive audio experience.

Also available in standard Black Edition models are equipped with satellite navigation, and overall the audio interface and the center console storage compartment, allowing the MP3 player can be connected to a voice. Every Porsche 911 Black Edition also includes a rear parking assistant, cruise control, automatic dimming, anti-dazzle interior and exterior mirrors and rain-sensing wipers.

Technology Porsche 911 Carrera Black Edition with Standard: A rear deck can be found in a typical flat-six cylinder Carrera engine that produces 345 hp (245 kW) at 6500 rpm to 3614 cc. Together with six-speed gearbox, this output provides a maximum speed of 180 mph (289 km / h) and versions of the body. Its maximum acceleration, Coupe reaches 62 mph (100 km / h) 4.9 seconds, 5.1 seconds in the Convertible. Together, these impressive performance figures are a significant management costs moderate, Porsche 911 Coupe Black Series, for example, returns 27.4mpg combined cycle (NEDC).

Porsche 911 Black Edition has the same options specialist equipment available for all Carrera models. First, the Porsche PDK (PDK) gearbox with double clutch. A 911 Carrera with PDK will be through performance record for the seven reports and to quickly accomplished without interruption of traction. On the one hand, fuel consumption: 29.4 mpg by (9.6 l/100 km) and 28.5 mpg (9.9 l/100 km) for closing and opening respectively dip top 911 Carreras below 10 l/100km threshold. On the other hand, the dynamics: with PDK performs Sprint Coupe Cabrio in just 4.7 seconds in 4.9 seconds. The reactivity can also be further enhanced with the optional Sport Chrono Plus software. It is equipped with extra "Launch Control" for the fastest possible acceleration from standstill combined with a strategy shift for very sporty driving, which gives very fast change. Launch Control shaves a more 0th

2 seconds of acceleration time of vehicles equipped with the PDK.

Sportsmanship and the comfort of a Porsche 911 Black Edition can be further increased if desired. For example, the Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) as well as an additional option for Coupé, with PASM sports suspension lowered by 20 mm and a mechanical rear-differential lock. Still optimisebraking performance, Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB) are also available at additional cost.

The Porsche 911 Black Edition goes on sale in the United Kingdom and Ireland from April 2011 and is priced at £ 67,270 for the Coupe and £ 74.958 for the convertible - the same price as the standard 911 Carrera.

Included in the purchase price is an invitation for guests to explore the dynamic attributes of your 911 and develop their driving skills through a program on the experience of the Porsche Driving Experience Centre at Silverstone.