We all knew that the next generation of Porsche 911 should never go away from the past when it comes to design. This is 911 after all. There has always been about evolution, not revolution. What Porsche has done, however, is thanks at $ 8000 at today's base price. This new 992 generation broke the cover of this year's LA Auto Show in the Carerra 4S form, with a price of $ 120,000, the two-wheel drive Carrera S hit $ 113,000.
Porsche has not revealed the true base (not -s & # 39;) Carrera model or price yet, but the last-generation entry level 911 commanded a $ 14,000 price tag under S. If the same goes for the new 992 generation, which means you need around $ 1
When you get past 911's overall price increase, the performance statistics on S and 4S are just jaw-dropping, in particular they still consider two of the more "reasonable" trim levels. The 3.0-liter twin-turbo flat-six in Carrera S cranes reaches 443 horsepower and will make 0-60mph in an eye water 3.3 seconds – the AWD 4S shaves another tenth of it. And consensus is that Porsche is quite conservative when citing 911 sprint times, so expect them to be even faster. Three-point-two seconds. Porsche is likely to be a rewrite of the Physics Act when they announce the statistics for Turbo and Turbo S – what will happen when the GT department gets it.
When it comes to design, it's left a 911, so not much changed. Front air damper extends across the front of the car – something mimicked again, where GT3-esque exhaust tips now live. The front stem and fender's body panel lines now cut in front of the headlights. A little reminiscent of the 993 generation of the 90's, which is the full length of the back. It seems that Porsche learned his lesson from the 996 "fried egg" failure in the early 2000s, because while the front end of a 911 never seems to change, the designers are now replacing the back. The 911 iconic slanted silhouette is present and is considered in profile, but look at the rear dead, and the backlights and baths both look six inches too high.
For significant changes in the interior, the traditional shifter in the dual-clutch automatic (PDK) models is gone, and instead there is an upscaled switch switch that matches the smaller switch on the center console. A seven-step manual option will still be available, well, it's a 911 and three-pedal option will probably always be available.
We would like more info about the inevitable amount of 911 levels of fitness like news bugs. Pricing and performance for the future 911 models will definitely guarantee attention in the coming months.