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I'm being told that Porsche hasn't opened up any allocations for the 2023 model year yet. I was originally told I was going to be able to order in June. I was hoping to get my order submitted for my 2023 911 Turbo S now. Has anybody heard anything about the timing of the 2023 models?
 

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I'm being told that Porsche hasn't opened up any allocations for the 2023 model year yet. I was originally told I was going to be able to order in June. I was hoping to get my order submitted for my 2023 911 Turbo S now. Has anybody heard anything about the timing of the 2023 models?
I put a deposit for a 23' Turbo last month. Dealer told me it will be a 12 months wait and to not contact them before:(. I thought it's a good thing as there are pictures circulating online suggesting a facelift and I would want to see it first before I put an order.
 

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I'm being told that Porsche hasn't opened up any allocations for the 2023 model year yet. I was originally told I was going to be able to order in June. I was hoping to get my order submitted for my 2023 911 Turbo S now. Has anybody heard anything about the timing of the 2023 models?
I think a year is being optimistic . I waited a year and things have gotten worse . On Rennlist they are saying 2 years . I didn't ask about another 911 but did ask about. Macan GTS .
"12 months" is what I was told .
 

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I'm being told that Porsche hasn't opened up any allocations for the 2023 model year yet. I was originally told I was going to be able to order in June. I was hoping to get my order submitted for my 2023 911 Turbo S now. Has anybody heard anything about the timing of the 2023 models?
Haven’t heard but I’ll check with my SA.
 

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In Montreal, after saying 18-24 months, they now refuse to give ANY waiting period! So at least 2 years seems to be more likely here. That said, Porsche may decide to produce more Turbos since that model has the highest profit margin. A way to compensate the diminished production numbers. Who knows?
 
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