Porsche offers consumers plenty of choices. For starters, there are three different body styles (coupe, Cabriolet and Targa) and three different trim levels (base, S and Turbo), and most of those choices can be mixed and matched. Every 911 arrives with full power accessories, dual-zone climate control, leather upholstery, alloy wheels, multipiston sport brakes and high-performance tires. New for 2021, the automaker has made its Comfort Access keyless entry standard across the entire model range. The standard
Porsche 911 Carrera, with a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter engine, has a base price of $99,200. While that squeaks under the psychological barrier of the 6-figure mark, most shoppers spend more than $10,000 on options, which nudges the price well above $100,000. At the other end of the spectrum is the
911 Turbo S Cabriolet, which carries a base price of $216,300. The Turbo S has a larger engine that's complemented by larger brakes, wide tires and a comprehensive list of no-cost upgrades (e.g., an extensive leather interior package). Porsche is known for having one of the most comprehensive -- and extravagant -- options lists in the industry. Common options include the Premium Package, which has been revised to include the Porsche Dynamic Light System, ventilated seats, a surround view system, lane-change assist, power folding mirrors, ambient lighting, a storage package and a Bose surround sound system. The front axle lift option raises the vehicle's nose so that it can clear steep driveways. It's been enhanced with a GPS-based memory system for 2021. Other options include the 930 leather package, which features throwback quilted leather, and the Sport Chrono Package, which features a tire temperature display. For people who want to really express themselves with a customized vehicle, Porsche Exclusive offers exterior paint in every color of the rainbow, climate control vents wrapped in leather and a leather-lined trunk.