2011 Porsche 911 Speedster
The first Porsche Speedster was built in 1954 to compete with the British sportscars that were selling well in the United States. a lower-cost car that was stripped down in terms of equipment and focused on performance. Visually, the 356 Speedsters are immediately recognizable by their cut-down windshield. The 2011 Porsche 911 Speedster in front of you shows off a Carrara White exterior with black accents, complemented by Fuchs alloys and a black and white interior. Although the manually operated top sounds a bit tiresome, the Porsche Active Suspension Management and carbon-ceramic disc brakes, along with the Exclusive Power Kit and the Sport Chrono package make up for it.
Sure, the naturally aspirated 3.8-liter straight-6 develops 405 hp might get some of you excited, but not me – lying through my teeth. The Bose CD/DVD entertainment system with navigation and Bluetooth connectivity; power windows, seats and locks, climate control, cruise control and steering wheel-mounted sound system make for interesting features for its time. With a single owner on file and 309 miles on the odometer, no. 243 of 356 such Porsche cars ever produced, this thing is one desirable piece of excitement.