Rendering Porsche 991 Carrera Cabriolet by Wild-Speed

The 2013 Porsche 991 Cabrio will be unveiled at the Detroit Motor Show next January but the Dutch prices of the open version of the sixth generation Porsche 911 have leaked.

It should be noticed that the Dutch government applies two kind of tax on a vehicle. The first being the regular sales tax of 19 precent, and the second an additional luxury tax called BPM. This luxury tax is based on the net value of the vehicle, after which a financial compensation (both positive and negative) is applied, based on the CO2 emission of the vehicle. Due to the BPM cars are relatively expensive in the Netherlands compared to other countries, for example Germany where only the 19% sales tax is added to a car.

Dutch magazine Autovisie reports that the Porsche 911 Cabriolet Carrera is listed for € 128,660, an additional € 15,689 over the 911 Coupe. The version with the seven-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) is listed for € 129,000. The price of the open version 911 Carrera S starts at € 147.800, the optional PDK will offered for an extra € 400.

These prices suggest that the 911 Cabriolet Carrera will be available in Germany for approximately € 100,280, compared to the € 88,037 for the 911 Coupe. The Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet will be listed in the range of € 115,200, whereas the Carrera S Coupe is listed for € 102,436. Assumable the PDK will offered for an additional € 400.

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  1. Being the luxury tax related to the CO2 emissions, and the PDK having less emissions than the manual gearbox, we should assume that the pdk price will be higher in countries without taxes related to CO2 emissions. Keep up the good work in this site, regards from portugal.


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