The Porsche 911 is coming up with big changes.
The 991 series of Porsche’s iconic model 911, now on the market, will maintain its position on the market for a while. Within this process, next year will be introduced the makeup GT3 and the GT2 models that will be at the top of the fan. A test vehicle attached to the camera at the Nürburgring shows that the 992 generation is starting to work.
At first glance, the test tool that looks like 991.2 Carrera 4’s standard body actually underwent a series of changes. Porsche’s 2 + 2 coupe has wider fenders and more muscular wheel bombers, which tells us that the track width of Stuttgar’s 911 model has increased. The increase in size may be related to the hybrid version, which is supposed to come with the new generation, and which will be a first prize on 911.
Porsche is currently rejecting the possibility of a completely electric version, since he thinks such a move is not right for now. The company will, however, evaluate electricity supply to some extent in order to improve performance while lowering fuel consumption and emissions swings in the future. The Stuttgart manufacturer is currently working on the Mission E model, a completely electric sedan. Important lessons learned during the development phase of the model to be marketed to the market in close to 2020 will be used in Hybrid 911.
The German brand, 911’s production band director Erhard Mössle’s interview with Autocar announced that the new generation model will be produced in an updated version of the current MMB platform instead of a new infrastructure architecture. Mössle’s phrase, which says that the outer design will follow a more evolutionary line than the revolutionary concept, is not surprising because the 911s in the general sense of the term have always been similar since the early 1960s.
Expectations for launching the car in the first half of 2018 are likely to start at the end of 2018 or in the first month of 2019.