Porsche now also offers PCCM infotainment systems for the sixth generation 911

Porsche now also offers PCCM infotainment systems for the sixth generation 911


For two years now, Porsche Classic has been offering two infotainment systems to many young and old from the brand. These recovery tools called PCCM and PCCM Plus (Porsche Classic Communication Management Plus) enable, among other things, Apple CarPlay (from iPhone 5) and Android Auto for media playback, navigation and calls. There is now a matching version for the sixth generation 911 (997) from model years 2005 to 2008, the early generation Boxster and Cayman 987 from model years 2005 to 2008 and the first generation Cayenne from model years 2003 to 2008.

Porsche is also offering special equipment for different regions for the first time, according to the company in its email to the press. The new PCCM Plus replaces these original built-in accessories, such as the CDR 23 CD radio (Cayenne) and the CDR 24 CD radio (Boxster/Cayman). Peripherals such as amplifiers, loudspeakers or antennas can still be used. Navigation displays in the instrument cluster will also continue to be used.

The PCCM Plus has a 7-inch touch screen with modern graphics. It can receive digital radio stations via DAB+ (European version) or SiriusXM satellite radio (US and Canadian versions) and offers local navigation using specific Porsche points of interest in 2D or 3D. Map updates are provided regularly.

Media can be played via USB, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. There is also a trip computer with driving data and the ability to save personal settings for lights, wipers, climate control and locking on the 911, Boxster and Cayman. The PCCM Plus costs 1,520.37 euros and can be ordered from the Porsche Classic online store or from Porsche centers.

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