Porsche Car Configurator – we build our new 450 PS & 530 Nm 911 Carrera 2S in Agave Green!


For those who were unaware, Porsche have already updated their website to allow potential customers to start configuring the new 992 model 911 Carrera S and Carrera 4S (via their website here). Naturally, we armed ourselves with an imaginary e-wallet and gave it a go.

The 992 model 911 now features several new colours; we noticed  ‘Lizard Green‘, which first caught our attention on the current 911 GT3 RS, is now offered as a special colour option for the standard Carrera. If that shade is a bit too loud for you, we’ve also noticed ‘Aventurine Green Metallic‘ under the metallic colour option – a shade that’s more subtle, like a darker army green.

In the wheels department, you get the standard 20/21-inch across the board and offered in two standard designs: Carrera S and Carrera Exclusive Design. Optional are the RS Spyder and Carrera Classic wheels and since we like spokes, we went with the RS Spyder design. For the interior, there seems to be several new options including Slate Grey and Graphite Blue, but the new Agave Green is also very nice indeed. In fact, you can even pick your seatbelts in Lizard Green.

Now comes the exciting part – Individual Options. We went with deletion of model designation, ‘PORSCHE’ logo painted in high-gloss black and electric folding side mirrors (this should come as standard for the Malaysian market). There are other fancy boxes to tick; SportDesign side skirts, sunroof, carbon roof just to name a few, but we thought it best to be practical. Ahem.

For now, there is only the choice of an eight-speed PDK transmission (although we hear that a manual will eventually be available as an option) so we had to go with that. But also added on are Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC), rear axle steering including power steering plus, sports exhaust in brushed stainless steel (you can also go with black), Sport Chrono Package, front axle lifter, PASM (which lowers the car by a further 10 mm), and PCCB (ceramics – typically in yellow, standard brakes in red, but you can now choose PCCB in high-gloss black – why anyone would want to, we are not sure).

Here’s our exact specifications:

Exterior Colour
Aventurine Green Metallic

Interior Colour
Club leather, Agave Green / stitching crayon

Deletion of model designation
‘PORSCHE’ logo painted in black (high-gloss) Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur
Electric folding exterior mirrors including courtesy lighting

Transmission / Chassis
8-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK)
Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC)
Rear-axle steering including Power steering Plus
Sports exhaust system (incl. sports tailpipes in brushed stainless steel) Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur
Sport Chrono Package incl. Mode Button
Lifting system front axle
Fuel tank 90l
Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM), – 10 mm
Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB)

20/21 inch RS Spyder wheels

Wheel Accessories
Wheel centres with full-colour Porsche Crest

Lights and vision
LED main headlights with matrix beam including Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus (PDLS Plus)
Windscreen with grey top tint
Automatically dimming interior and exterior mirrors with integrated rain sensor

Comfort and assistance systems
ParkAssist (front and rear) including Surround View
Night Vision Assist

Seat belts Truffle Brown Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur
Adaptive Sports seats in front (18-way, electric) with memory package
Fire extinguisher
GT sport steering wheel in leather

Interior Aluminium
Brushed aluminium interior package

You can check out the complete details here: MFW – Porsche 992 911 C2S. In fact, you may want to click to view the build details as it contains the technical specifications as well.


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From supercar spotting on the streets of Kuala Lumpur, Won has moved onto the realms of motoring journalism since 2011. He has a keen eye for automotive photography, a penchant for fast cars, and the occasional hunger for munching corners.

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