Porsche has long been synonymous with performance, and the unveiling of the 911 S/T, a variant of the iconic 992-model, further solidifies the brand’s commitment to delivering a dynamic driving experience. The S/T stands out as a road-focused option, marrying cutting-edge technology with a nod to the brand’s rich motorsport history.
The 911 S/T boasts a robust 518 horsepower from the same 4.0L flat-6 engine found in the GT3 RS. It inherits the running gear from the GT3 RS but maintains the Carrera body, making it completely different from the widebody Turbo models. With carbon fiber components such as doors and front fenders, along with a focus on shedding weight, the 911 S/T comes out as the lightest 911 in its generation, weighing in at 3,561 lbs.
Limited to only 1,963 units worldwide and priced at $300k, is the 2024 Porsche 911 S/T really worth it? Magnus Walker drives the most expensive naturally-aspirated 911 offering from Porsche and see if it lives up to the hype.