New Porsche 911 Type 991: still photos

Porsche 911 Type 991Two days after unveiling the next generation of the 911 type 991, Porsche offers us a new batch of photos of the craft.

After the leak, last week showing the new 911 type 991, Porsche has responded Tuesday by unveiling the features and especially the official pictures of the fireball. Two days later, the German manufacturer gives us a new set of photos. It is always Carrera and Carrera S versions, but this time. We find the model in a blue color very successful. In these photos, we can also appreciate more deeply inside the vehicle. We can also see the shifter 7 speeds.

As a reminder, the new 911 will be officially presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show (September 13-25). Aesthetically very similar to the older generation, however, it differs by sharper  rear lights, front under a slightly oval, overcoming a front bumper a little more aggressive, mirrors mounted on doors, spoiler and more refined. Side dimensions, this new 911 are more slender (56 mm longer and 101 mm longer wheelbase).


Inside, the design is inspired by the Panamera and the Cayenne. There are dials and classical instruments, but note a higher center console and gear lever raised next to the steering wheel.

Finally, under the hood, the future will share Carrera Boxster S with the flat-six 3.4-liter direct-injection 345 horsepower (10 fewer than the current Carrera), while the Carrera S will benefit from a flat-six 3.8-liter direct injection with an output of 395 horsepower (10 more than the current generation of the Carrera S). In performance for the Carrera, it gives a 0 to 100 km / h achieved in 4.4 seconds with the PDK dual-clutch or 4.2 seconds with the optional Sport Chrono Package. For the Carrera S, it will be a 0 to 100 km / in 4.1 seconds or 3.9 seconds with the Sport Chrono Package.

The marketing in France is scheduled for early December. Rates? About 89 500 euros for the Carrera and 103 900 Euros for the Carrera S.Porsche 911 Type 991

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