The Targa model returns to the Porsche lineup. The Targa concept dates to 1966 and features a sliding glass roof panel that opens up the roof of the car without compromising the body structure to the same degree as a convertible. The Targa will be offered exclusively with all-wheel-drive. A 3.6L 6-cylinder powers the 911 Targa 4, whereas a 3.8L 6-cylinder powers the 911 Targa 4S. Both models are offered with a choice of six-speed manual or 5-speed automatic with Tiptronic shift input.
|Model/Trim/Package ||Engine || || ||Original MSRP
|911 Targa 4 ||3.6l H6 (325-bhp) ||M6 ||AWD ||$87,000|
|911 Targa 4 ||3.6l H6 (325-bhp) ||A5 ||AWD ||$90,420|
|911 Targa 4S ||3.8l H6 (355-bhp) ||M6 ||AWD ||$97,300|
|911 Targa 4S ||3.8l H6 (355-bhp) ||A5 ||AWD ||$100,720|