Debut: The 2023 Porsche 911 Sport

June 9th, 2022 by

If you have been waiting for the ultimate sports classic, your wait is over. Porsche has just unveiled its 2023 Porsche 911 Sport classic and it is simply magnificent. There will only be 1,250 of these models manufactured worldwide and they will share the engine with the turbo but not the transmission or the drive train. As to how many will be sold in the U.S. is anyone’s guess. Porsche does have a sizable fan around the world, and it is believed that most will be sold outside the U.S.


Once in the driver’s seat, you are not going to find any paddle shifters. If you’ve never driven a manual transmission, then now’s the time to learn–just so you can drive this car once it’s out. If you are looking for an automatic, then this model is not for you. 

Unlike the turbo grade 911 with an AWD and an 8-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, the 911 Sport review says that it will be rear-wheel drive. The twin-turbo 3.7 liter flat 6 with a 7-speed gearbox will generate 543 HP reaching from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.4 seconds, making it one of the most powerful racers on the market. The 2023 Porsche 911 Sport has excellent road handling, especially around corners and deep bends

The car hugs the terrain and is easy to drive.  Besides the power focused on the rear wheels, the 911 Sport review also mentions that it comes with dynamic chassis control, ceramic brakes, active suspension management, and rear-axle steering as standard.

The 2023 Porsche 911 Sport has other iconic features, like the retro ducktail rear spoiler, double-bubble roof panel, and Fuchs-style wheels boosted up on the Sport Classic. And most of the construction is of carbon fiber.

Other features of the 911 Sports classic model include the Porsche script on the sides, LED headlights with dark housing, and several unique badges shared with the 2021 Porsche 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition. Another two distinct features include the Porsche crest at the vehicle’s rear and a Porsche Heritage badge that is mounted to the rear grille; this complements a set of badges on the front quarter panels.

Minor alterations in the interior include the dash-mounted clock of the standard Sports Chrono package, complete with logos on the center console lid and headrests. In addition, there is a unique door sill plate and a dash-mounted bade. The inside cabin has dark brown wood décor, as well as brown and black leather trim.

The 2023 Porsche 911 Sport will most likely be available just after summer. Customers will have the option of choosing between four paint colors, including black, gray, blue, and dark gray; each will come with contrasting light gray stripes.

The Porsche 911 Sports classic is a four-seater, and, despite its sporty look, it is also meant for regular driving. As to how many of these 911 sports classics will be available for the American market has not been disclosed. The price also remains a secret, but experts say that it will be more like the starting price of the 911 Turbo S – around $208K. The 911 Sport review reveals that it should reach dealerships by late autumn 2022.  For more information, visit Braman Motorcars online, in person, or call 1-561-926-9141.

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