2019 Porsche 911. It is currently too early to say what Porsche is considering on the side of the powertrain of things, and the regular Porsche 911 coupe makes it easy to see that this Porsche Turbo is the next range topper. They sit larger with extended wheel arches, while larger giveaways are turbo brand air vents just sat before each rear wheel. Evolution is the name of the game and it seems that the 992 Incarnation of Porsche 911 2019 will bring at least three major changes. So, without further delay, here are the main aspects marked by these guns
There are many changes in the exterior design, especially the rear design features, and the new LED lamp refers to the concept of the E-mission and the wider and wider spoiler. The front hood also goes directly to the bumper, the style tag goes back to the old Porsche 911 air cooler. The sound of the engine at the back of the test mule is, without a doubt, forced induction that should not surprise anyone.
As with the first Porsche 911s today, especially the GT3 and GT3 RS, the SIXES models with natural ambition will also be limited to these next-generation premium versions. The 2019 Porsche 911 of the eighth generation will have an active aerodynamics that has been greatly improved with the full rear wing display. An effective front spoiler is also a possibility, although this is not visible in these images. The 2019 Porsche 911 range in the future will exclusively use six-cylinder turbo engines when landing in 2019, including GT3, which will evaluate the end of normal suction units for alignment.
Speaking of the cabin, the new Porsche 911 must adopt a more digital layout and without any hassles. Most controls, such as media and climate, are moved to a touch-sensitive touch-screen system on the dashboard. This approach was observed with the second-generation Panamera which began last year. Even the driving modes, at least a new Panamera, are moved on the touch panel around the center console, replacing the traditional keys and buttons.
We expect the next generation of 2019 Porsche 911 to be introduced in 2018, initially at the base of Carrera and S. Carrera is expected to reach the 2019 model. Shortly after the Coupe debt, we will see a convertible. The two engines will come from the same 3.0-liter engine and three-cylinder 3.0-liter and three-cylinder engines for the first time in 2017 Porsche 911. The engine currently offers 370 hp and 331 lb-ft torque in the Carrera, 420 hp and 368 lb-ft at Carrera S. You can also hope to see your eight-speed transmission found in the Panamera to find its way to the new Porsche 911.
Although the pattern for 2019 Porsche 911 will not change dramatically, as has been the case for years, one realizes rolling on a new platform will be shared with the next generation Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan.