2019 Porsche 911 Comes in 2019 Possibly with Wider Track. A development mule of the next generation Porsche 911 was recently spotted doing some performance test at Nürburgring street. Even though GT2 and GT3 from 991 series are still very much alive, Porsche is already more than halfway to finish the next 911 model because it is expected to debut in 2018.
#Updated: February 14, 2017: The Next of 2019 Porsche 911 will Use the Hybrid and Turbo 6 Cylinders Engines. The Porsche is out and along with the first prototypes for the next generation of 911. Lately, we all had seen the great beneath from the body of “911” series that also use the new elements. Most of them can be found from the rears which look sporty that spans the width from this series. The taillights also derived with the long one strip which follows the curve on the rear spoiler that leading the edge.
2019 Porsche 911 Specifications
Spy shots, Interior, Exterior Previews
The test mule is using the body of current Porsche 911 but with some noteworthy changes in the fender. It is obvious that the fender is wide and the wheel arches look stiffer and larger which consequently indicate that the next generation 911 will have slightly wider track.
Back in 2015, Erhard Mössle, 911 product line director said that instead of switching to all-new architecture, next generation 911 would adopt the existing MMB platform with updated configuration. But it seems like this plan has changed because some new sources stated that next generation 911 will use all-new modular platform. Which will also underpin next generation Cayman and Boxster.
Rumor has it, and this new platform will even be used in Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan. But most importantly, no matter which platform will see the light of day, it must be able to accommodate rear-engine configuration. That’s because 2019 911 will come with its signature rear-engine layout.
This layout is not only unusual and can give one of a kind driving experience, but it is also important to provide room for 911’s iconic 2+2 seating configuration that certainly will not be left out in next generation 911.
#Updated: February 14, 2017: When we were moving backward, the car hips is wider and the housing with some bigger massive rubber with the set of Porsche superb ceramic brakes that make it look incredible. When you peek a look on the rear wing, you will find that the rear wing had been expanding to encompass all of the entire rears that spreading upstart from the ends of each taillight.
The all of the lengths is likely to increase as well. This car also has the different exhaust system from the previous series from Porsche. You may wonder about it, but you can wait for the official statement to answer you are curious.
Powertrain — 2019 Porsche 911
The extended size is actually hinting at something bigger regarding the powertrain. It is possible that next generation Porsche 911 will be the first ever 911 model that comes with the plug-in hybrid powertrain. Actually, many people expect new generation 911 to be all-electric.
However, Porsche representative has said before that all-electric is not possible for this model that will debut in 2018. That mainly because it will be too expensive and for now, the market is just not big enough for that kind of car. Furthermore, the all-electric configuration will significantly increase the weight hence affecting the performance.
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2019 Porsche 911 Plugin hybrid is a much more feasible option. Not only it will cut fuel consumption, but it also will reduce the CO2 emissions. So, the car can easily meet new CO2 regulations that will be applied in 2020. If you crave for an all-electric car, Porsche is currently developing Mission E model. But, it will not be ready at least until the end of this decade.
#Updated: February 14, 2017: As we know that GT3 will give over than 500 bhp than the standard model. Therefore, the 911 generation will produce around 375 bhp to 429 bhp. The Hybrid 911 also being the first spotted testing in Arctic Cube with the wider track.
Porsche is growing with the dramatic wheelbase for this generation to create the wider space for rear-set passenger interior. The four wheel drive machine will be more efficient because the software controls as the new electronic.
While the current of 911 range gas benefits from the number of weight savings tat 992 will receive more, this is the greater proportion from the high strength steel and aluminum. However, the carbon fiber cannot be used from this standard model structure and will high available for the high-end model, such as GT2 and GT3.
The Hybrid 911 also will be introduced in the round year of 2020. This is the flat six with the electric motor that proving limited for all electrical and performance boosting function as well.
Then the 992 will be based on what we called as the new modular sports car platform, although, the fact is similar to this 991 platform. With the rear wing modifications, this is will used for the next version generation as well with the entry-level Boxster and the Cayman models that able to influence the design and machine for the future of Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan models as well.
This eight generations 911 will be more actively to improve the aerodynamic that along with the full-width rear wings. The active front also becomes the possibility.
2019 Porsche 911 Release Date and Price
Next generation Porsche 911 will probably debut in second half of 2018 as 2019 model. And, this 2019 Next-Generation Porsche 911 will hit the market sometime in 2019.
#Updated: February 14, 2017: You may need to get the official statements about what is the next improvement from this series. There is no specific date yet about what the exact date for release this series. However, this series will be introduced in the year of 2020 that will catch some enthusiasts.
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