Hot Wheels – The Black Edition

Porsche has created a special series of the 911 Carrera and Boxster: the Black Edition. The combination of black paintwork and black interior emphasizes the timeless, classy elegance of the sports car. The standard equipment on the 911 Carrera and Boxster Edition models includes Porsche Communication Management (PCM) with navigation module, automatically dimming rear-view mirrors, rain sensor, cruise control and the SportDesign Steering Wheel.

The 911 Carrera Black Edition is based on the basic model with a 3.4 litre flat engine developing 350 hp (257 kW). It is offered as coupé and convertible versions with rear-wheel or all-wheel drive. The special edition runs on 20-inch 911 Turbo wheels, and
the LED headlights, including the Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus (PDLS+), are part of the standard equipment. The black interior simply looks sophisticated. The driver and passenger sit on heated sports seats, and the standard Bose® Surround Sound System provides excellent sound quality. In addition, operating the 911 special edition is effortless due to the telephone module and Park Assist at front and rear, which includes a reversing camera.

The Boxster Black Edition is certainly no less attractive. The mid-engine roadster is powered by the 2.7 litre flat engine with 265 hp (195 kW). The color concept remains consistent when it comes to the soft top and rollover protection bar, which are both in black. The wind deflector helps to avoid undesirable turbulence when the soft top is down. The 20-inch Carrera Classic wheels and the bi-xenon headlights with Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS) set distinctive highlights. The driver and passenger can enjoy a higher level of personal comfort with the two-zone air conditioning and heated seats. The sound system in the Boxster Black Edition is the high-quality Sound Package Plus.

 

Porsche.HSCS2015.web

You Also Might Like

On the Map 2022
black and white world map

Area High School Alumni Take on the World These graduates have accomplished incredible things and enjoyed great successes since their Read more

Ask Hamilton – The Lookout Inn
The Lookout Inn circa 1890

A Luxury Hotel on Lookout   (Above) A view of the Inn’s wing and wrap-around porch, circa 1890   Photos Read more

Working in the City: Burlaep Print & Press
screen printed t-shirts from Burlaep Print & Press

For the Love of the Outdoors When a couple of college students started a small-scale fundraising venture in their free Read more

Morning Pointe Senior Living Celebrates 25 Years of Service
two elderly ladies at Morning Point

Raising the Bar in Senior Care Transitioning a loved one into assisted living can be a wearisome process for all Read more

Working in the City: I Go Tokyo
interior of I Go Tokyo boutique in Chattanooga

From Tokyo With Love Traveling to distant countries for a living would be a dream for many people. When Margaret Read more

Ask Hamilton – The W Road
Waldon's ridge on a postcard from the 1890s

The History of Walden's Ridge and the W Road   (Above) Postcard of Walden’s Ridge: “Along the Dixie Highway,” circa Read more