A lighter, stripped-down 911 should appease purists who bemoan the model line’s ever-increasing size and weight. The 911 T (for “Touring”) deletes the rear seats and uses lightweight glass, nylon pull-tab door openers, and less sound deadening to shave off about 44 pounds compared with the standard 911 Carrera. It’s powered by Porsche’s 3-liter, twin-turbocharged flat-6 engine—good for 370 hp and 331 ft lbs of torque—paired exclusively with a manual transmission. The 911 T comes equipped with Porsche’s adaptive (PASM) sport suspension and standard sport exhaust; rear-axle steering is optional. Deliveries are expected to begin in the U.S. in March of next year with a starting price of $102,100.