Fuel consumption and emissions 911 Targa 4*: Fuel consumption combined 9.8 l/100 km; CO2 emissions 223 g/km
Fuel consumption and emissions 911 Targa 4S*: Fuel consumption combined 10.3 – 9.9 l/100 km; CO2 emissions 235 – 227 g/km
Porsche presents the new 911 Targa to the world public for the first time in its own Web TV format at www.911-magazin.porsche.com/en.
Part two: The History of the Porsche Targa
Porsche introduced the 911 Targa at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt in September 1965. The Targa is neither a cabriolet nor a coupé, neither a hard top nor a saloon, but something completely new: the first safety cabriolet in the world with a fixed safety or roll bar. Driving in the open air can now be enjoyed like never before in open-top cars in a variety of different ways thanks to a removable folding roof and a fold-down plastic rear window: completely closed, fully open or just with the centre roof section removed or the rear window folded down. The Targa concept was the starting signal for a totally different kind of Porsche driving experience and would be featured not only in all future 911 generations, but also subsequently in other cars, such as the 914 or the Carrera GT.
Porsche presents the new 911 Targa to the world public for the first time in its own Web TV format. At www.911-magazin.porsche.com/en, the head of the 911 and 718 series, Dr. Frank-Steffen Walliser, together with Porsche brand ambassadors Maria Sharapova and Jörg Bergmeister, provide information about the innovations of the new sports car. From today on, the second episode looks back into the history of Porsche, and the elements of which that have inspired the world premiere of the second of the new models: an exclusive, limited edition that combines modern vehicle technology with design elements from the past. In response to the global ban on events due to the coronavirus, the sports car manufacturer will thereby be presenting its new models to journalists and fans in virtual format for the first time.
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