New Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet FULL REVIEW test driven 430 hp 2016 Porsche 991

New Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet FULL REVIEW test driven 430 hp 2016 Porsche 991

Compare Cayman GTS: https://youtu.be/lWRwDpEYW-w
911 Targa: https://youtu.be/KLOakGx9pe0
911 Turbo s: https://youtu.be/52rV71ggKQU

Deutscher Text: http://www.autogefuehl.de/2015/04/05/porsche-911-carrera-gts-cabriolet-testbericht/

Today, Thomas Majchrzak takes a look at the new Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet in our full review, test driven the Porsche 991 (internal model code).

Our FULL REVIEWS from 2015: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZqvo5rXklBuoGOsPgdEriIVUIZf0mpZt

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25 thoughts on “New Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet FULL REVIEW test driven 430 hp 2016 Porsche 991

  1. Nice review Thomas, of an awesome car that I desperately want to drive. As
    I drove the 991 S and an older Turbo I can now imagine how this car must
    feel. Thanks for sharing!

  2. I love your reviews, very detailed and professional. Thanks for providing
    us with great reviews on the machines we love.

  3. Devis Bétrisey

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    Great review, as always!
    I absolutely love that car, and those interior are just spectacular! Lovely
    leather-Alcantara combination.

  4. Mario Dalla Riva

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    Excellent review, Thomas!
    ?: What is your daily driver out of curiosity?
    Keep up the great videos.

  5. New Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet FULL REVIEW test driven 430 hp 2016
    Porsche 991 // Autogefühl

  6. Nettes Video. Danke.
    Das geilste ist der Lichtschalter aus dem VW-Regal. Ist jetzt nicht so
    “high class”.

  7. This is the first video I see from your channel and I quite liked it.
    Really complete and extensive review. Subscribed 

  8. Hello from across the great pond…Thomas. This is a review I have been
    waiting to see. I’m a current Porsche Cayman S owner, but just recently
    ordered a Cayman GTS . Choosing between the Carrera GTS and the Cayman GTS
    was a difficult decision, but I opted for the mid engine configuration of
    the Cayman along with the balance, agility and handling characteristics
    that it offers. Like yourself, I am a huge fan of alcantara and contrast
    stitching, both of which are featured in the GTS versions. I find the GTS
    versions of these vehicles to be the most attractive and sporty of the
    Porsche line. I am curious why the PDK in the GTS models is configured so
    that you push the gear lever forward to upshift and pull back toward you to
    downshift. This is not the case in the new GT3. In the GT3, you pull the
    gear lever toward you to upshift and away from you to downshift. This feels
    more natural to me, and is one of the reasons I decided to go with a
    standard gearbox in my factory ordered Cayman GTS. One other feature of the
    Carrera GTS that I find particularly appealing is the black engine grill.
    The contrast between the black grill against the white car is beautiful in
    my opinion.
    Thanks again for another in depth and insightful review . I thoroughly
    enjoy your analysis of these very desirable vehicles, and use them as a
    tool when evaluating the cars myself. Your videos are well done and very
    much appreciated. Looking forward to your review of the new Porsche Cayman
    GT4. Best regards from the U.S.
    Frank

  9. Mario Dalla Riva

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    Hi Thomas. Have you had a chance to ask the people at Porsche about the
    turn signal lever? I find it very odd that they would choose an inferior
    mechanism in such a quality automobile. I’ve seen a few of your Porsche
    reviews where you had mentioned this as a “criticism”. I would be
    interested in their response.
    Thanks again! The GTS convertible suits you well – no?!? 🙂
    What do you think – the blue or the white? Both excellent choices.

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