Porsche's multi-link twin A-arm rear suspension has transformed the driving demeanor of the 911, adding a new level of handling stability to the car's legendary cornering capabilities.

     Mounted on a cast-aluminum subframe, the lighter weight of the rear suspension translates directly into improved
     performance and efficiency. Four suspension links, arranged in two horizontal planes, precisely control rear wheel
     movement for maximum handling and stability, especially under high lateral acceleration.

     Superb anti-dive and anti-squat characteristics add to the car's stability. The rear suspension subframe is also
     isolated from the car's body using large rubber mounts to minimize noise, vibration and harshness.

                             The brake system of a Porsche has long been a key to the marque's racing
                             success -- often overmatched in terms of horsepower, Porsche racecars are rarely
                             overtaken on tight circuits where braking ability is crucial to a winning strategy.
                             This race-bred characteristic can be seen
                             in the specifications of the current
                             production Porsches: The brake calipers
                             are made of an aluminum alloy for faster
                             response, while four pistons per caliper
                             create firm, fluid stopping power. And the
                             massive brake discs are internally vented
                             and cross-drilled to ensure consistently
                             fade-free performance. ABS-5, the most advanced antilock braking system
                             available, is standard on all models.