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Porsche 911 S/T with GT3 RS heart revealed with just 1963 units to be built


The new 911 S/T could be the ultimate driver’s car with a purist manual transmission and 386kW flat-six engine for ‘just’ $660K

Porsche has pulled the covers off its lightest road-going 992-generation 911 yet, the S/T. 

Weighing in at just 1380kg, the 911 S/T has been priced in Australia from $660,500 before on-road costs. That makes the newcomer $160,000 more expensive than the track-focused GT3 RS flagship and $271,900 more expensive than the more road-centric GT3 Touring. 

Porsche will make just 1963 units of the 911 S/T in celebration of the brand’s 60th anniversary of the 911 sports car

2023 Porsche 911 S/T duo driving shot
This is the new Porsche 911 S/T and it costs just $660,500

What makes the 911 S/T worth an incredible $660K?

The heart and soul of the new 911 S/T is the 4.0-litre naturally-aspirated flat-six engine also found in the current GT3 RS, which produces 386kW/465Nm and is mated exclusively to a six-speed manual transmission. 

The sprint to 100km/h is claimed to take just 3.7 seconds according to Porsche, with the variant boasting a top speed of 300km/h. 

2023 Porsche 911 S/T manual transmission and watch
Porsche has retained a six-speed manual for the S/T

The 911 S/T manages to be considerably more lightweight thanks to the front bonnet, roof, front wings and doors made of carbon-fibre-reinforced plastic (CFRP). The roll cage, anti-roll bar and shear panel are also made of this material. 

Magnesium wheels, carbon-ceramic brakes and lightweight glass also feature for the S/T. A lightened clutch and single-mass flywheel, along with a lightweight exhaust system makes the S/T even more honed and lighter on its feet. 

Porsche says the S/T, much like the GT3 Touring, has been developed for public road driving rather than the racetrack, however as standard, the model does come with CFRP race-style bucket seats (normal sports seats are a no-cost option). 

2023 Porsche 911 S/T duo in the studio
Just 1963 units will be built so get in quick!

Australian-delivered Porsche 911 S/Ts will come fitted with a tyre fit set, LED headlights with dynamic lighting system, auto dimming mirrors inside and out, a front axle lift system and park assist as standard. 

Porsche 911 (992) 2023: prices in Australia

All prices listed are before on-road costs.

  • Carrera coupe PDK: $259,100 
  • Carrera cabriolet PDF: $280,700
  • Carrera S coupe: $298,100
  • Carrera S cabriolet: $319,800
  • Carrera 4 coupe: $276,500
  • Carrera 4 cabriolet: $298,400
  • Carrera 4S coupe: $315,500
  • Carrera 4S cabriolet: $319,800
  • Targa 4: $298,400
  • Targa 4S: $337,400
  • Targa 4 GTS: $387,700
  • Carrera GTS coupe: $334,900
  • Carrera GTS coupe manual: $334,900
  • Carrera GTS cabriolet: $368,100
  • Carrera 4 GTS coupe: $354,200
  • Carrera 4 GTS cabriolet: $387,700
  • 50 Years Edition: $426,100
  • Sport Classic: $598,300
  • Carrera T manual: $280,600
  • Carrera T PDK: $280,600
  • Turbo coupe: $431,000
  • Turbo cabriolet: $452,000
  • Turbo S coupe: $506,200
  • Turbo S cabriolet: $527,500
  • GT3 auto: $388,600
  • GT3 manual: $388,600
  • GT3 Touring manual: $388,600  
  • GT3 Touring PDK: $388,600
  • GT3 RS: $500,200
  • S/T: $660,500 (NEW)