Porsche 911 Targa Info
More of a style icon than just a car. The Porsche 911 Targa transcends fashion as it possesses a rich pedigree of engineering prowess and simultaneously paves the way for the future of automotive design. Conceived over 50 years ago, the Targa was initially targeted as the “safe cabriolet”, but continued to develop its reputation in design due to its style defining role bar.
A unique silhouette
Today the Targa is in its 7th generation and each subsequent edition is given an even more distinct and innovative design. In its latest version, the eye-catching fully automatic roof system is testament to this continued evolution. Rent the Porsche 911 Targa and drive a highly developed, mature car, a veritable engineering masterpiece.
The drive features of the Targa include an engineering configuration that allows for both a rear wheel and a four wheel drive. So for both city and country driving, the 911 Targa comes out ahead for both options. Rent the Porsche 911 Targa and take a drive along Germany's Romantic Road, with its very name evoking every feeling of warm sentimentality, the scenic beauty of the drive is still not going to compromise any high held expectations.
Power and efficiency
In the Porsche 911 Targa start your journey from Würzburg, a town situated fairly closely to Frankfurt, and follow a trail that passes through stunning countryside and impressive medieval architecture. Along the way you will need to take full advantage of the 911 Targa’s 7 speed manual transmission that delivers a drive which is pure and precise. The engineering of this 7 speed manual transmission puts through short shift movement and an optimum rapid transition from one gear to the next, achieving a sporty performance that is very addictive.
The interior design of the Porsche 911 Targa represents a synergy between engineering and design, athleticism and comfort. This is evident in the sports steering wheel that is evidently pure in its sporting intentions, but also fully ergonomic. Other such features include the ascending center console, that’s orientated around the driver for accessibility, but gives the Targa an undeniably futuristic edge.
Perfect for a drive through the Furka Pass in the Uri/Valais region of Switzerland, the Targa 911 will look and feel nothing short of sensational. After approximately 30 km the road turns into the Gotthard Pass of Ticino which then extends over another 60 km of incredible mountain driving. Aboard this engineering masterpiece travel through the most remote sections of Switzerland’s formidable mountain passes. Are you ready? Buckle up.