Dylan1Not for me it doesn’t!!
abz2Yes working fine now. Nice colour combination. Not knowing what your use of the car will be hard to make a comment on options chosen.We had the 4 way sports plus seats.Didn't bother with adaptive cruise as never use cruise anyway.I notice you haven't gone for BOSE which I would recommend.I also see that you have chosen Sports Tailpipes and not a Sports Exhaust.
mphillipsHello Jon,...ACC is indeed a godsend, I use mine all the time. One thing I would suggest is, if you can, go and try the different seats at a dealer or the PEC at Silverstone (you'll get an invite before you have to solidify the spec anyway – this was the point I realised rear-wheel steer was a must have and 4wd was not). Certainly in the 991, and I don't know, but would anticipate it's the same in the 992, is the sports seats plus are also a bit softer in the seat cushion. On a long journey this can be more comfortable than sitting 'on' the harder standard seats.
Chris LHi Jon,...In day-to-day use now though, I regularly have the back end skittering around as I pull out of a junction. I’ve also had massive fish-tailing as I’ve booted the car away from junctions, even though I had it in a straight line *before* I hit the accelerator! Sometimes, it could be that the tyres were cold, but it does make me more careful than I am in my fab little hooligan Audi S2!
JonD212 Hmmm, thanks for the info Chris, 'massive fishtailing' wasn't what I expected to hear and I have to say that gets the head overruling the heart back to a Macan Turbo but with a 911 still getting my pulse racing the heart yearns for it. As I said to Mark in my previous post, I'll be including a winter wheel/tyre set
mphillipsHow anyone gets "massive fishtailing" on a modern 911 – with the electronics on – is beyond me.
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