The new Porsche 911 cabrio of mine takes an outing in post rain weather. Yesterday. Sony NEX 7, with18-200 new lens (slimmer)

» Posted by on Sep 27, 2012 in General | 7 comments

NO regrets.

I am NOT a car person. BUT…I love this car, after owning the previous 911 for 3 years..on a pdk, this one, with the open top and with it open and closed…is about 10 on my scale of 10, for showing off like a bastard…and also for plain stress relief (main criteria).

It is also GOOD for prevention of cancer/heart disease and dementia. MY prescription! Seriously.

ALL doctors NEED one…bloody stressful.




  1. Haha! So funny ! 🙂
    God bless

    • Bernard Cheong

      Oscar..THIS is the car for you. Or..the new Boxster.

  2. I think it release a lot of stress……..and avoid a lot of disease….but remember only if you can!!! Ahahahah….otherwise it can cause a lot of…… stress…….disease….and so and so on!! Ahahah :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    • Bernard Cheong

      Yes..but it applies to all. You know, rich or poor is relative…it is only when one has gone close to the zero income line..that it is not enough.

  3. Sorry….the new lens is it Tamaron??

    • Bernard Cheong

      Hello friend!
      No I bought a Sony 18 200 zoom v2, which is a lot slimmer. I accidentally dropped it TWICE in Beijing, cracking the filter holder! I used it so much, that the black paint wore off the lens to reveal a brass body. Cool.

  4. What the Coupé began with the new aluminium-steel body, the Cabriolet continues with the all-new, unique hood: As a result, the typical 911 roof line is initially retained in its entirety.

    Even when closed up, the Cabriolet is superb. Intelligent light- weight design, even including the use of magnesium in the hood, ensures less weight and more sportiness, lower fuel consumption and greater comfort.

    With the open-top 911s as well, Porsche has managed to reverse the weight spiral and make the new Cabrio models significantly lighter than its predecessors.
    Each of the two new Cabriolets has the same engine as its Carrera Coupé equiva- lent. The rear of the 911 Carrera Cabrio houses a 3.4-litre flat engine generating 350 hp (257 kW) of power driving the rear wheels through a seven-gear manual trans- mission. The open-top Carrera S comes with a 3.8-litre six-cylinder engine develop- ing 400 hp (294 kW) and also a seven-gear manual transmission featured as stan- dard. That means that the open-top 911s as well are distancing themselves even further from the competition in terms of efficiency; both models consume less than ten litres of fuel per 100 kilometres (NEDC).

    The Cabriolets as well have the Porsche Doppelkupplungsgetriebe (PDK) available as an optional extra, delivering even lower fuel consumption and shorter acceleration times.
    With the longer wheelbase compared with the predecessor model, the wider front track and the new electro-mechanical power steering, the new Cabriolets offer even sportier driving characteristics, greater precision and agility. Depending on model, there are other standard or optional active control systems available as well that fur- ther enhance the driving dynamics.

    The 911 Carrera Cabriolet was launched in Germany on March 3, 2012. The prices 100,532 Euros to 114,931 Euros including value-added tax in both cases.

    Less than your watches!

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