Saying goodbye to the 911 this afternoon was like watching a man come to repossess the house. Painful…
At lease seven days in a great sports car is better than none and we can tell you, the 911 Cabriolet is a great car in every respect.
It’s a super car you can use on a daily basis. Trundle around town in a low gear, storm off at the traffic lights or blast around country A-roads in four-wheel drive heaven, the 911 does the lot.
Negatives? Slightly tricky cupholders, an awkward gate to the seventh gear and poor over the shoulder visibility.
What are you waiting for?
Here are a few random reasons why the 911 Cabriolet is the best soft-top on the market. First, when you open the door after a rainstorm, the water doesn’t drip in to the cabin. Does your car do that?
Second, if it rains when the top is down, provided you don’t come to a grinding stop, you will stay dry. Such are the aerodynamics of this car.
Thirdly, there is a second sat nav screen that pops up in the instrument binnacle when you come to a navigation instruction. So, you have an overall map in the main dashboard that affords a general view – then the second explains graphically where you need to turn.
And finally, the wind deflector really is a work of art. Instead of manually pulling a deflector out of the boot and fighting to install it at the roadside, this one works beautifully. The frame pops up automatically, then the fabric material stretches over it.
You see, it’s the attention to detail that makes a great car…