Meet the 21 Different Versions of the Porsche 911

Porsche 911 Models

The Porsche 911 is one of the most iconic cars out there. Its unmistakable, sexy silhouette paired with its race-track-inspired performance has made it a favorite throughout the decades. Today’s Porsche lineup features 21 versions of the Porsche 911. While they may seem the same at first glance, each version has its own idiosyncrasies that make it easy to invest in a stylish, modern 911 that’s just what you’re looking for.

Take a look at the Carrera, for instance, which is the base Porsche 911. It’s equipped with a 3.0-liter, 370-horsepower, twin-turbocharged engine. A convertible version, dubbed the Cabriolet, is available for those that like to feel the wind in their hair. There are variants of each of these that have four-wheel drive, as well, known as the Carrera 4 Coupe and the Carrera 4 Cabriolet, respectively.

As you move up the Porsche 911 lineup, you’ll find a similar arrangement with increasingly strong engines. Each engine finds a home in a coupe and convertible version, plus a rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive version of each. Targa models features an electric lift-away roof, and there’s even the 911R, a lightweight, 500-horsepower special edition.

We’re pretty convinced that no matter which Porsche 911 you go with, you’ll be satisfied with its performance and its iconic style. Visit us at Gossett VW Porsche today to start browsing our stunning lineup of the many versions of the Porsche 911.

Free Activities in Memphis this Spring

Memphis Skyline

Here at Gossett Volkswagen Porsche, we love being part of the Memphis community. And, we love all that this great city has to offer. For visitors to the city or even those of us who have lived here for years, you don’t have to spend a fortune to have fun in Memphis. Here are some free activities in Memphis you can do this spring.

While many of Memphis’ most popular attractions have an admission cost, a few of them offer free admission days and times. You just have to plan carefully and you can save big.

  • Graceland. Be an early bird and get free admission to the Meditation Garden at Graceland from 7:30-8:30am every day.
  • Memphis Zoo. One of the best zoos in the country is right here in Memphis. Every Tuesday from 2pm to close, explore the zoo and visit its more than 3,500 animals.
  • Mud Island Riverwalk. This experience is always free and spans five city blocks within the city. It is open Tuesday-Sunday, April-October, from 10am to 5pm.
  • Stax Museum of American Soul Museum. If you live in Shelby County, you can explore the sweet sounds of Memphis music on Tuesdays from 1-5pm.

What is your favorite free attraction here in Memphis?