Until now, the most powerful of the standard 911 range, save for those from the GT department has been the 911 GTS, endowed with 450 hp and 550 Nm of torque from a 3.0 litre, turbocharged flat-six engine. Now, the S variants (Carrera S, Carrera 4S) receive similar output gains to the tune of the same figures, up from the standard levels of 420 hp and 500 Nm of torque.

The power hike comes courtesy of a pair of larger turbochargers, sports exhaust, a modified brake cooling system, and the Sport Chrono package including dynamic engine mounts. The GTS models still have the upper hand in certain areas, mind; the peak of the standard range adds a limited-slip differential and torque vectoring, along with bigger brakes and 911 Turbo pads, items still omitted by this power kit.

Additionally, all Porsche model ranges receive new interior and exterior colours, including Crayon, now available for all 911 and 718 Boxster and Cayman models. Exclusive to the 911 range is Saffron Yellow Metallic, a four-coat paint with intermediate sanding applied during the process for a particularly deep finish, according to Porsche.

The Panamera range now gains Burgundy Red Metallic and Ristretto Brown Metallic for its exterior colours, while its leather interior can be specified in the Black/Luxor Beige combination. Meanwhile, the club leather interior gains Cohiba Brown and Truffle Brown. For the Macan SUV, the Black/Luxor Beige colourway is also added for its interior. As for the Cayenne, it receives the new Purpurite Metallic hue, along with Palladium Metallic as a special colour.