The 2022 Porsche 911 continues to dominate the top of the list for luxury sports cars. This new ride has been gifted with new finds, including the introduction of the GTS trim, as well as the larger iron brake rotors found in the same trim. It also features the wired Android Auto, something it has missed out on in the past. That means more improvement for the vehicle.
In the case of the 2021 Lexus LC, one thing that you will look forward to is its posh interior. Add to that, it also promises a smooth ride to users. Other than these, there is nothing much to expect when you consider buying one.
Design & Style
That sophisticated look in the 911 never runs out of style, regardless of the edition that you get. For the 2022 model, it remains the same, without any complications at all. It now uses a digital gauge cluster, plus it also has a large center cupholder. Its four-seating capacity is supported by well-bolstered seats. Comfort is never a problem with the ride as well. Thanks to the steering wheel adjustments that drivers can use to look for the right driving position. It is basically trimmed in black accents with other high-class materials that make the cabin look opulent.
The 2021 Lexus LC, on the other hand, is a ride with four seats for its passengers. There is a roomy front configuration awaiting the driver and his co-pilot. There is good outward visibility too. At the back, you will find the real problem, since there is not enough legroom to accommodate taller adults. Let us give it some points for attractiveness, though, even if it does not look as classy as the 911.
Technology & Safety
There are a lot of new things to enjoy in the technology features for the 2022 Porsche 911. Aside from its wired Android Auto, it now has a wireless Apple CarPlay integration too. There is Wi-Fi hot spot, voice commands and a choice between 12-speaker or 13-speaker setups. Its standard driver aids, on the other hand, include night vision, blind-spot monitoring, automatic high-beams, automated emergency braking, and forward collision warning.
The Lexus LC, meanwhile, lags behind when it comes to infotainment. It has a large 10.3-inch display, but this one is controlled by a touchpad which is complicated to operate. There is a track pad that is made for its Android Auto and Apple CarPlay features but they do not work as expected too. In fact, they are cumbersome to use. It may have plenty of safety features like forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, rear cross traffic alert, and pedestrian detection, but not all are reliable.
There are plenty of options for the twin-turbo, flat-six cylinder, 3.0-liter engine found in each 2022 Porsche 911 model. For the Carrera, the base model, that engine pumps out 379 horsepower. The S version, on the other hand, oozes 443 horsepower, while the GTS releases 473 horses. In the case of the LC, results for its engine only reaches 354 horsepower.
The Bottom Line
Now that you have seen what the 2022 Porsche 911 offers, you will definitely want to give it a try. This is your perfect partner for all your family’s weekend adventures, and is ideal for date nights on the countryside. You will love it more than the 2021 Lexus LC.
Ready to Schedule a Porsche 911 Test Drive Today?
Want to prove what makes the 2022 Porsche 911 worth a purchase? You can do so by booking a test drive with us here at Porsche of Princeton. You can find us in Lawrenceville, New Jersey and we are proud to serve the needs of car lovers in the state. You can simply visit our showroom or call us in advance to book your 2022 Porsche 911 test drive.
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