There are three different levels of Targa goodness on offer for 2022, starting with the base 911 Targa 4, followed by the Targa 4S, and then the Targa 4 GTS. All three models are powered by a twin-turbo 3.0-liter flat-six engine producing between 379 hp and 473 hp. Power is sent to all four wheels via an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission or a seven-speed manual on upper trims.
The base model features exterior highlights such as LED headlights, Carrera alloy wheels wrapped in summer sport tires, Porsche Active Suspension Management, and an auto-deployable rear spoiler. On the inside, the Targa 4 features two-zone climate control, partially power-adjustable and heated front seats, a 10.9-inch touchscreen interface, wireless internet, SiriusXM with 360L, navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and an eight-speaker sound system. Driver aids include warn and brake assist along with front/rear parking sensors. The Targa 4S increases the power to 443 hp and drops the 0-60 mph time to as little as 3.4 seconds when properly equipped. It also adds larger Carrera S wheels, six-caliper front brakes, and improved upholstery. The GTS features a power output of 473 hp and 420 lb-ft and comes standard with an improved brake system, Turbo S wheels in Satin Black, a sport exhaust system, and an available Lightweight package.
Those going for a base model Targa 4 have the option of going for the impressive but pricey Heritage Design Interior package, which adds niceties such as corduroy seat centers and door panels, extended leather trim, unique floor mats, lots of extra 911 logos, white needles on the instrument cluster, and improved seats. It costs $15,850, but requires various other extras too.
The $5,350 Premium package adds the Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus, a Bose surround-sound system, a surround-view camera system, lane change assist, ventilated front seats, ambient lighting, and a storage package. For the driving enthusiast, the Sport package is worth looking at: for $5,840 on the base model, you get Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus, the Sport Chrono package, and a sport exhaust system. It costs a little less on the 4S, since some of the features are already standard. The Porsche ceramic composite brakes are an $8,970 standalone option but they require a wheel upgrade for at least another $1,790.
Another standalone option is the $2,770 front axle lift system. In terms of comfort and driver assistance, Porsche offers features such as night vision assist for $2,540 or Porsche InnoDrive with adaptive cruise control and active lane-keep for $3,020. A variety of driver assists can also be fitted.
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