Prepare to pay over $8,000 more to start on the all-new Carrera, a markup that's well justified.
Carrera models are only available for now, starting from $113,200 for the Carrera S and $120,600 for the all-wheel-drive Carrera 4S with $1,050 required for destination charges. With a new focus on technology, classic 911 features like a rear axle mounted flat-six and more ways to personalize it, pricing won't be a concern to most potential owners.
Cabriolet versions also see typical increases from the Coupes amounting to $126,100 for the Carrera S Cabriolet and $133,400 for the Carrera 4S Cabriolet. An additional $2,720 for the Sports Chrono Package is needed if you wish to keep 0-60 times in line with Coupe models, due to the heavy convertible roof assembly. $128,820 might be steep but there's nothing like a 992 911 Cabriolet.
With every possible option included for 2019, you'll be paying over $200k thanks a wealth of aesthetically pleasing and performance improving features that makes the 992 a truly unique product in its segment. If better performance is what you want, packages like Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes in High Gloss Black ($9,860), Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control ($3,170), Sport Chrono Package ($2,720) and a Sport Exhaust System ($2,950) will keep you busy till high-performing 992's launch.
For the broader 911 owner demographic you have other options like, exterior colors ($830-$3270), interior colors and materials ($3830-$5340), interior trim ($1280-$2100), wheels ($1250-$2630), wheel accessories ($190-$1290), seats ($440-$3470), comfort and assistance ($550-$2540) and many more that can rapidly increase price.
Delivery of these Carrera's kicked off early March 2019 so you'll have to keep on waiting for pricing and details of Targa, GTS, Turbo, Turbo S, GT3 and GT2, especially for the 2020 GT3 that's said to get some special track technology.