Porsche has packed six decades of experience into one car to celebrate the 911’s anniversary: the 911 S/T.
The Porsche 911 S/T is lightest 992 yet, tipping the scales at just 3,056 pounds — making it 70 lbs. lighter than a 911 GT3 Touring with a manual transmission. It brings the past back to life, inspired by S/T produced from 1969 to 1971, which remains one of the most sought-after models of its era.
Powering the new 911 S/T is the same 518 horsepower 4.0-liter boxer engine from the GT3 RS, which helps the S/T go from 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds and reach a top speed of 186 mph. Porsche has also added a six-speed manual transmission and upgraded the 911 S/T with a lightweight Sport Exhaust system.
To save weight, the 911 S/T’s hood, roof, fenders, rear anti-roll bar, and rear shear panel are all made from carbon fiber. Inside, carbon-backed bucket seats are standard, and Porsche has added a number of details to give the special edition a retro flare. There’s a unique cognac-colored interior trim available, and the green typeface on the gauges is a nod to the 356 and very early examples of the 911.
Like the original, the new Porsche 911 S/T is both fast and rare. It will be limited to just 1,963 examples when it becomes available in Spring 2024.