Both the new Carrera with its downsized 3.4-liter flat-six and the Carrera S are scheduled to hit the market this December, and to make the wait a little bit more enjoyable, Porsche has finally plugged in their online configurator, providing us with endless hours of arduous fun with the 911.
There’s a choice of four standard colors, seven metallic that will cost you $710 more, and three special colors that for $3,140. These include GT Silver and Lime Gold, which are both very nice and well worth your heard-earned money, but we’d much rather drive along in the classic Cognac tone that seems to be making a comeback across the Porsche Range.
Only three choices for the wheels are available right now, and we went for the chunky looking 20-inch SportDesign ones for $390 and added center caps with colored enamel Porsche crests that are worth every dimes.
Inside, our Carrera S got the full leather treatment in beige, costing us $6,010 virtual dollars. The final price: a hefty $107,075 for the car, due to the $9,725 worth of options boxes we ticked.