Porsche has unveiled this new unique car, the 911, revealing a familiar shape and some evolutionary styling. This new Porsche car has a heavily revised range of six-cylinder turbo petrol engines that are more powerful than before.
With a timeless and contemporary design, the new Porsche car is a number of its predecessors and the greatest reflection of the past and a vision of the future. Perfect for someone with a luxury lifestyle, this luxury car has an iconic silhouette and with great technological upgrades, it is inspired by great victories and always one step ahead. With the eighth generation of the 911, this supercar by a high-end car is driving into the future.
The new Porsche was also one of the biggest attractions at the Los Angeles motor show. This supercar by a luxury brand adopts revised horizontally opposed six-cylinder petrol engines that feature a new fuel injection process for added combustion efficiency among a number of significant upgrades aimed at increasing its competitiveness against two-door rivals.
Stylistically, the new Porsche car 911 continues the evolutionary theme that has characterized all of its predecessors since the introduction of the original in 1963. The 2019 new Porsche model is the second to be wholly designed under the guidance of Porsche design boss Michael Mauer, who also oversees the design activities for the whole of the Volkswagen Group.
The new Porsche 911 is bigger in every vital exterior dimension, although the only confirmed measurement is a 45mm increase in its front track. Inside and out, this luxury car clear design language and its striking lines are novel and yet familiar. With a great clarity even in the interior, the new Porsche 911 avails itself of a variety of assistance systems that enable you to remain true to yourself. For example, the collision and brake assist or the new WET mode a system for recognizing obvious wet road surfaces, that aids drivers when driving in the wet. The infotainment system of this luxury car is permanently connected, with swarm data from online navigation letting you know of traffic situations on the road ahead. Night vision is also available for the first time, as is adaptive cruise with stop-and-go function and an autonomous emergency assist system.