Can you go off-road with a Porsche now? It was when Porsche decided to build a supercar that could go off-road. After years of creation and aftermarket tuning shops to turn this new 911 into a world-beating safari car, Porsche designed its off-road 911. Then he dubbed the 911 Dakar. It is an excellent off-road sports car, which is on sale now. This race is designed for sports car rallygoers, which consists of a jacked-up 911 Carrera 4 GTS but uses parts from the hard-core GT3. However, you cannot use this racy sports car on the race track.

New Porsche 911 Dakar Performance

Porsche has created unique driving modes for the 911 Dakar and has also included a rally mode, which can easily run on loose and hard surfaces like clay and stone. It sends most of the engine’s power to its rear off-road wheels instead of distributing it equally front to rear. It also includes a new Rally Launch Control mode that allows 20% more-wheel slip to give your vehicle a better launch on slippery surfaces. The new 911 Dakar accelerates from 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds. That’s just 0.2 seconds slower than the standard 911 Carrera 4 GTS. This fastest 911 compares to other fastest Porsche models. To Enhances the speed of his best tiaras. The standard 911 Carrera 4 GTS will hit 192 mph, but the 911 Dakar tops out at 149 mph.

911 Dakar Performance

New Porsche 911 Dakar Interior

The new Dakar-spec 911 isn’t just a wild off-roader on the outside – it’s also available with some pretty awesome interior upgrades. Porsche has ditched the rear seats of the standard GTS entirely. Instead, you get a new matte roll cage, similar to the one found in the GT3 and GT3 RS. The Dakar also comes with fancy carbon fiber bucket seats like these cars. In contrast to its ride height, Porsche tried to keep the weight of the 911 Dakar as low as possible. All these interior upgrades help, and so does the carbon bonnet from the GT3, but you also get lighter windows and a lighter battery. It means that the weight of Dakar is 1,605 kg. That’s just 10kg more than a Porsche Carrera 4 GTS with an automatic gearbox.

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Dakar Exterior Design

The New Porsche 911 Dakar Exterior Design

Before you even get behind the wheel, the exterior of the Porsche 911 Dakar tells you this is no ordinary sports car. A lifted suspension setup gives it a ride height, unlike any other 911, while the wheels – smaller than the standard 911’s 19-inch and more oversized items – are shod in chunky all-terrain tires. We expect various designs of the best off-road wheels to feature. Widened fender flares feature black cladding on the leading edges to protect the paintwork and give it an aggressive stance, while the rear showcases twin round tailpipes similar to those on the 911 GTS. The rear spoiler will be active, although early prototypes have shown off two different styles of spoiler – a possible factory option to tailor the design to your whims. Under the body, skid plates will protect the car when off the beaten track. LED head- and taillights will also feature, likely differing little from other 911 derivatives.

The New Porsche 911 Dakar Color

As far as customization goes, expect the colors of the Porsche 911 Dakar to be vaster in number than you can think of, with full access to the Paint to Sample palette as well. We expect further customization to be available in the best off-road wheel designs and accessories, as early prototypes featured roof baskets that will probably be outfitted with camping setups or swappable for roof racks for snowboarders and other extreme sports enthusiasts.

New Porsche 911 Dakar Engine

This limited edition 911 comes with the same 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged flat-six as the 911 GTS. That means it produces 480hp and 570Nm of torque and also comes with an 8-speed PDK automatic gearbox and all-wheel drive. Which sends power to all four wheels, but no manual option is available. The Porsche also gets the same dynamic engines as the 911 GT3.

These generally help stiffen the rear end of the GT3 to make it as elegant and predictable as possible on the racetrack. The added stiffness will help the suspension of this new Dakar model to increase grip more effectively. The Dakar sits 50mm higher than a standard Carrera S, and you can raise it by 30mm if you need to crawl over severe rocks. It gives you around 205mm of total ground clearance. It’s only 5mm shorter than the standard Porsche Cayenne. Porsche has limited Dakar’s top speed to 106 mph in jack-up mode. If you increase the speed, it will automatically fall.

New Porsche 911 Dakar Dimensions

The dimensions of the 2023 911 Dakar will be larger than almost any other 911. Based on the coupe, the raised ride height will elevate it above the 52.1 inches that the 911 GT3 RS stands with its massive wing. It will also be wide, likely matching or possibly even exceeding the GT3 RS’s width of 79.8 inches with the mirrors. The wheelbase is expected to carry over at 96.5 inches, but the bodywork over the top could be longer than the standard circa-180-inch length of most 911 models. Curb weight remains the biggest mystery, however, as the extra suspension componentry and all-wheel drive will likely push the weight of the 911 Dakar to over 3,700 pounds.

The ground clearance will far exceed the 4.5 inches of the regular models, as will the approach, departure, and break-over angles, which are currently eight, 13.4, and 11.7 degrees, respectively, on the 911 Carrera 4 GTS.

New Porsche 911 Dakar Roof Rack

Another feature you will find in this vehicle is the upgrade you can now get for the new 911 Dakar. That’s a roof rack with Porsche-branded jerry cans, water bottles, folding shovels, and traction boards. These work like snowshoes. If stuck in deep mud or sand, it can stick under your 20 inch off road rims and wheels. The roof rack also has built-in fog lights and a 12V power supply. If you are like a perfect 911 driver, who prefers off-road camping rather than enjoying holidays in 5-star hotels, then you can buy this roof tent.

New Porsche 911 Dakar price

A new 911 Dakar is on sale, and Porsche will only build 2,500 of these models. They don’t come cheap, but this ‘standard’ Dakar is priced at £173,000. That’s up to £50,000 more than the standard 911 Carrera 4 GTS and more than £4,000 more than the 911 Turbo S. That’s before you add things like the Rally Design Pack. It will set you back £18,434.


1.      Can You Camp on Top of the 911 Dakar?

If you want to camp on top of the 911 Dakar, you can fit a tent on its roof. We expect Porsche buyers will be satisfied, especially when the car is unique and the performance and rally-bred engineering you love.

2.      What Kind of Engine Does the 911 Dakar Have?

Behind the rear axle is a 480-hp twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter flat-six engine borrowed from the 911 Carrera GTS, and the 911 Dakar is only offered with Porsche’s eight-speed PDK automatic transmission.