The cost of optional extras almost matches the starting price of the Audi Q8.
Much earlier than expected, Porsche has , less than two months after the . As such, there weren’t many surprises to report.
Like the coupes, Carrera 4 and 4S cabrios are powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter flat-six that sends 443 hp and 390 lb-ft of torque through a new eight-speed dual-clutch gearbox. 0-62 mph in the 911 Carrera S Cabrio takes just 3.7 seconds while its all-wheel-drive sibling will do the same sprint in 3.6 seconds.
The 2020 911 Carrera S Cabriolet starts at $127,350, while the pricing for the 4S Cabriolet begins at $134,650. But that’s before you start exploring the extensive options list on , which is where things can get a bit pricey. Show little restraint, and the price could shoot up to nearly $200,000.
The most expensive paint option, for example, costs $3,270, while fitting fancier wheels costs just over $2,500. Adding the most expensive interior color choice (Club Leather in Truffle Brown with Chalk contrast stitching) to the interior will set you back another $5,340. Carbon-ceramic brakes are also one of the most expensive optional extras at $8,970 – make that $9,860 if you want them finished in High Gloss Black.
Other performance-focused features include Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control for $3,170 and four-wheel steering, which costs $2,090, while a front axle lift will set you back an extra $2,770. If you have more cash to burn, you can also add a $5,380 Premium Package and a $5,460 Sport Package. In total, it’s possible to spend nearly $65,000 on options alone. To put that in perspective, that’s .