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    2024 Porsche 911 S/T

    Peter Kane

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    I'll give them credit for managing to walk that fine line between selling a mass market product (Macan) while still maintaining the brand's prestige (GT3, GT3 RS, 911R, ST, etc, etc.).

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    video is nicely told…
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    Honestly I’d rather have a Touring that you can drive guilt-free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SKM View Post
    Cool car for sure however few will have a chance to actually own one. Porsche is now a mass marketer of limited edition cars with the special versions reserved for only their best and most frequent customers who often flip them for huge profits. So beginning with a $300K MSRP, perhaps a used S/T will be achievable for $400-500k in the secondary market.
    This is not a problem for the Porsche brand. I look at it this way.

    I bought my 2023 Porsche 911 at MSRP (it was ordered as a 2022). I immediately went back on the allocation list to get another one in two years which is the order time for MSRP. It's how the system works today.

    BTW, I sold a 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera for more than I paid for it. I drove the car for three years for free.

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