The launching of Porsche 911 and its platform and further powertrain has been thoroughly updated for better performance and running. Thus, it becomes pertinent to read on to know how different it is from its predecessor.
It calls for a special occasion when Porsche launches a new model and moreover when the new car in question is the new-generation 911. Yes! The Porsche 911 is a heartthrob of most car enthusiasts. That is because it’s one of those models which are a combination of the best of good looks, exhilarating performance. Further, it is always billed as an ‘everyday supercar by Porsche. Therefore, it is important to look at the differences, rather updates, between the new-gen Porsche 911 and its predecessor.
Exterior and Platform
The design you can say is one of the vital aspects which make Porsche 911 an iconic model. Further, we are all quite happy to see that there are no alterations in the silhouette. One glimpse and you know it’s a 911!
Porsche 911 New
The new Porsche 911 appears to have a larger wing at the rear which is moreover wider than the total width of its predecessor. Further, the roofline gracefully slopes to the tail which looks tight and crisp from a distance and integrates well with the long bonnet in order to make it classy fast car design.
Porsche 911 Old
The bonnet in the new one is marginally longer than its predecessor. Besides this, the front bumper sports come with air ducts and sleek LED lamps which further also double up as turn indicators. Moreover, the headlamps of a Porsche are similar to their logo. As a result, they are the same oval units even here. Furthermore, the wheel wells are significantly wider so that it is able to cover the 20-inch wheels up front and 21-inches at the rear.
We are already aware that all the Porsche cars have similar width at the rear and the tail lamps are conjoined via an OLED strip. Also, the rear bumper also consists of black housing for the oval exhaust pipe outlet. In comparison, the front is 45 mm wider and the doors get electric handles which fits flush once you shut the doors.
Interior and Features
Nonetheless being a performance car, the 911 never fails away from keeping its occupants comfortable and thus this made it a sought-after pick. Of course, getting in and out is a task, given it is a low car, but once enters the cabin; you are going to further feel comfortable. Likewise, the design of the dashboard is more angular and houses a new 10.9-inch touchscreen.
Besides this, it also consists of a new multi-function steering wheel together with a new instrument console. However, it continues to stay iconic center analog rev counter with two pods on either side. Further, it also features the Porsche Communication Management system as standard.
The New Porsches engine further gets a new fuel-injection system offering better combustion and performance. Moreover, it is mated to an eight-speed dual-clutch gearbox. Interestingly, Porsche is also offering the seven-speed manual gearbox as an option. Porsche will also offer the optional Sport Chrono package which is inclusive of launch control, new software for the gearbox.
Car enthusiasts often say that new technologies have stolen most of the fun behind the wheel in modern vehicles. Electronic assist systems, precise automatic gearboxes, and moreover infotainment systems represent the new wave of motoring, something many drivers these days don’t value. But if there’s one thing that no one can deny, it’s that modern cars are faster than their predecessors. And I mean, the Porsche which is now way faster.
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