Porsche 911 Targa 4S from Mayfair, London Porsche dealer. When you first hear the Targa and if you were born in early 1980s, you just have flashbacks. I don’t know why but Porscge 911 Targa always reminds me the 1980s. However, the latest Porche 911 Targa looks a bit old school with the exposed metal anti-roll bar.
Honestly, I am not a fan of the soft-top Porsche 911s. I prefer the coupe all the time. However, the unique style of the metal anti-roll bar and the roof mechanism changed my perception.
You might be thinking, soft-top Porsche 911 will suffer from the lack of leg room at the rear seats! Yes, the leg room at the rear seats are near to nothing. But you won’t have a first class airliner comfort with the Porsche 911 Coupe.
In my opinion, Porsche 911 is a two-seater car, don’t force people seat at the rear! How 911 Targa drives? I have no idea, but it sounds amazing. Also, it should give a great driving experience for long journeys. The lack of room may reduce the rolling resistance of the body but I don’t think 911 Targa customers are looking forward to push their cars to those limits!
Does Porsche 911 Targa worth to buy? Yes! And as usual, the photos were taken by Canon 50 mm f 1.8 lens!