- Text originally from the Porsche 991's Wikipedia page.
Following an introduction at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, the 991 received a mid-cycle facelift for the 2017 model year. The updated Porsche 911 (at Porsche internally referred to as 991.2 or 991 II) introduced new styling including updated front and rear bumpers, new dual exhaust pipes along with new head and tail lights and options, along with all new, 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged flat-six engines across the range.
In January 2017, five new GTS versions (RWD coupé and cabriolet as well as AWD coupé, cabriolet and Targa) were launched.
The Porsche 911 appears as a low Class B car with the following rank statistics:
30 blueprints are required to unlock the car, and an additional 100 are required for star ups.
The 911 GTS features low top speed, mediocre, handling and nitro efficiency. Being probably the first Class B car players will unlock, the 911 GTS is one of the worst Class B cars. It loses to the Exotic Rides W70, which has much better acceleration, similar handling and top speed. It is also a very poor choice for multiplayer and events.
The Porsche 911 GTS Coupé's blueprints can be obtained from certain Career Mode races that give it as a reward, as well as the Daily Car Loot event if the Class C-restricted time goal is completed. In addition, blueprints may also be obtained from the Classic Pack and Legend Store once the player reaches Garage Level 4.
55 Porsche 911 GTS Coupé blueprints—enough to unlock the car but 5 short to star it up to —were given to all players on 31 August 2021 to celebrate the launch of Asphalt 9 on Xbox.
|911||930 (SC) • 991.1 (GT3 RS) • 991.2 (Turbo S • Carrera S • GT3 RS • Carrera 4 GTS • Targa 4S • GT2 RS Clubsport)|
|Boxster/Cayman||981 (Cayman GTS • Cayman GT4) • 718 (Boxster S • Cayman S • GT4 Clubsport)|
|SUV/Saloon||Macan Turbo (95B) • Panamera Sport Turismo (971) • Taycan Turbo S (9J1)|
|Supercar/hypercar||959 • Carrera GT • 918 Spyder (Standard/Weissach Package)|
|Motorsport||911 GT1 Evolution|