Porsche 911 GTS Coupe

Porsche 911 GTS Coupe

Car Information

ClassType⛽ Fuel⏱ Refill TimeIn Game
BUncommon61:15 HoursRelease

Performance Data

Max  3⭐TopspeedAccelerationHandlingNitro
Nitro Speed: 342 km/hAir Speed: 441 km/hDrift Speed: 195 km/h



Blueprints Blueprint

1⭐2⭐3⭐Total Blueprints

Upgrades & Import Parts Top SpeedAccelerationHandlingNitro

Stagecredits_small Credits x 4Total
Stage 01.840 credits_small7.360 credits_small
Stage 13.000 credits_small12.000 credits_small
Stage 24.800 credits_small19.200 credits_small
Stage 37.200 credits_small28.800 credits_small
Stage 410.400 credits_small41.600 credits_small
Stage 514.500 credits_small58.000 credits_small
Stage 620.500 credits_small82.000 credits_small
Stage 728.500 credits_small114.000 credits_small
Stage 840.000 credits_small160.000 credits_small
Stage 956.000 credits_small224.000 credits_small
Stage 10Max746.960 credits_small
Import PartsAmountCredits credits_smallTotal
Common2415.000 credits_small360.000 credits_small
Rare430.000 credits_small120.000 credits_small
Epic490.000 credits_small360.000 credits_small
Upgrades746.960 credits_small
Total Cost:1.586.960 credits_small

Porsche 911 GTS Coupe Description

For the 2011 model year, Porsche introduced the first-ever GTS model for the 911. Designed as a driver’s car, the GTS was more powerful than the S, better handling via a bespoke suspension design, and positioned as a more street-friendly alternative to the GT3, Porsche’s track-focused 911 variant. The GTS featured race-inspired center lock wheels, unique styling including a Sport Design front bumper, special rear bumper, blackout trim, side skirts borrowed from the GT2 model, brushed stainless steel “Carrera GTS” door sills and Alcantara trim. Many GTS’ were ordered with the Alcantara delete, instead being built with leather. The GTS was very rare in that it was a rear wheel drive Wide-Body design (44 mm wider than a standard 911), 20 mm lower and offered 408 HP (versus 385 HP for the S) like the similar, limited volume Sport Classic and the Speedster. Porsche built approximately 2,265 total GTS models for the world market, as well as a handful designated as 2012 models. The enthusiastic reception the GTS model received from both the motoring press and consumers, convinced Porsche to make the GTS a staple of the 911 line beginning in 2015, with the “type 991” 911 successor.


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