No 2022 911 costs less than $100,000.
Porsche announced pricing for the entire 2022 911 model lineup on Tuesday. Yes, that includes the recently-revealed 2022 Porsche 911 GT3. All 2022 911 models receive an upgrade to the Porsche Communication Management (PCM), controlled through a 10.9-inch touchscreen display. Porsche says this latest PCM version, which debuted in the Taycan, features a simplified layout with more customizability.
Along with the new layout, Porsche customers will receive trial access to connected services for three years instead of the current one-year trial. The services include Porsche Connect, which bundles Voice Pilot with natural voice commands, Navigation Plus with real-time traffic information and online map updates, calendar, and Radio Plus. Wireless Apple CarPlay carries over, and for the first time, the 911 lineup will have wired Android Auto.
All 911 owners will receive a three-month SiriusXM with 360L trial and direct Apple Music and Apple Podcasts integration. Optionally, the PDK-equipped 911 Carrera, Targa, and Turbo models gain access to Remote ParkAssist, a new system that can pull a vehicle in or out of a parking space using a smartphone. This feature comes bundled with Active Parking Support, adding a 3D surround-view camera system and rear cross-traffic alert with lane change assist.
Pricing for the 2022 911 Carrera starts at $101,200 for the Coupe or $114,000 for the Cabriolet. This is only a $2,000 increase over last year's model, but it now pushes the entire 911 lineup above the six-figure mark. It is no longer possible to purchase a 911 for less than $100K.
Pricing for the remainder of the 911 lineup goes as follows and retains a $2,000 increase across the board: 911 Carrera 4 ($108,500), 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet ($121,300), 911 Carrera S ($117,100), 911 Carrera S Cabriolet ($129,900), 911 Carrera 4S ($124,400), 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet ($137,200), 911 Targa 4 ($121,300), 911 Targa 4S ($137,200), 911 Turbo ($174,300), 911 Turbo Cabriolet ($187,100), 911 Turbo S ($207,000), and 911 Turbo S Cabriolet ($219,800).
Finally, the track-focused 911 GT3 starts at $161,100. That is a significant increase over the 2019 model's $143,600 starting MSRP, but we're guessing the performance will make it worth the cash. With 502 horsepower coming from a race car-inspired 4.0-liter flat-six, the GT3 is the most track-capable 992 model yet.