2020 Porsche 911
Horsepower @ RPM:443 @ 6500
Torque @ RPM:390 @ 5000
0-60 time:3.5 sec.
Top Speed:191 mph
New-generation 911 arrives with vintage-inspired looks and high-tech features
The 2020 Porsche 911 is the eighth-generation of the company’s iconic sports car. It was unveiled in late 2018 as the 992, a replacement for the 991 generation. Just like its predecessor, the 2020 Porsche 911 is a mix of old an new. While it rides on new underpinnings and features state-of-the-art technology, its design harks back to previous generations, including the original 911. The new sports car brings a few innovations to the market, but its most notable feature remains the fact that it’s the first 911 to not have a naturally aspirated engine.
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10 Things That Make the Porsche 911 Turbo The Ultimate Sports Car
The 911 is one of the longest-running and most successful sports car nameplates in the world that has been redefining the rear-engined formula since 1964. Its origins can be traced back to the original VW Beetle. Over 58 years, the 911 has seen over seven generations, each perfecting the rear-engined formula, and now in its eighth generation, the 992-generation 911 is better than ever. So, let’s take a closer look at the 2022 Porsche 911 Turbo range and talk about 10 reasons why the Porsche 911 Turbo is the ultimate sports car.
Hear The Sound Of The Porsche 911 GT3 RS In The Last Spy Video
Porsche will unveil the new 911 GT3 RS before the end of 2022, although we don’t have an official launch date just yet. However, a prototype of the future RS model was caught testing around the Nurburgring free of camouflage. The guys over CarSpyMedia were at the right time and they managed to shoot a video of the car while testing at the ring and we get to hear the amazing sound of the naturally aspired engine.
Porsche 911 HLS Is A Weird And Futuristic Car Forgotten By Time
During the 1960s and 1970s, Porsche was experimenting with the 911 platform. At that time, the people at Porsche were yet to realize what an icon the rear-engine sports car would become, and decided to experiment with a sportier version that featured a one-piece canopy. The only issue was that Porsche did not really want to bother making the car. As a result, Porsche sent a 911 to the Technical University in Aachen and asked the bright minds there to have a go at it. They obliged, and one of the weirdest, one-off Porsche models was born.
Rendering: This Widebody Porsche 911 Turbo From The 1980s Has Had A Serious Makeover
Manufactured between 1975 and 1989, the 930 Turbo was the first Porsche to inherit a turbocharged flat-six engine. And Porsche made only 400 units of this masterpiece of a car in 1975, after the FIA homologation. Nevertheless, the 935 Turbo, based on the 930, was a massive success in motorsports as it won the 1979 Le Mans’ 24-hour endurance run, Daytona, Sebring, and the 621-mile Nürburgring. So when we came across these renderings of the “widowmaker,” we were instantly impressed. Moreover, these renderings show how a retro Porsche could bring a more futuristic approach to the design of the 911, and for that, we thank Alexander Hemoglobin.
Spy Shots: An Early Look at the 992.2 Porsche 911 GT3
It’s been a little over a year since we’ve seen the new 911 GT3 and it seems that a facelift version is just around the corner. While all eyes are focused on the Porsche 911 GT3 RS that is supposed to be unveiled at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, our spy photographers caught the Porsche 992.2 GT3 out for a first testing session around Nurburgring. Of course, these are just some early prototypes, which means the official debut is not going to happen until later in 2023.
The Porsche 911 996 From "Gone In 60 Seconds" Goes On Sale
Car enthusiasts likely remember the movie “Gone in 60 Seconds”. While the original movie was from the 1970s, the remake from 2000 featured some impressive vehicles, more familiar to the younger audience. Among them was a Porsche 911 "996" Carrera, which was actually, the first car “boosted” in the movie. Now, that very car is for sale, but there’s more to this “996” that meets the eye, as it pretends to be a much newer car than it actually is.
Spy Shots: An Early Look at the 2023 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
With the “regular” 911 (992) GT3 out and official, all eyes are now headed towards the GT3 RS. As expected, the more hardcore version of the already hardcore GT3 will feature more of everything - except for the weight, of which it will have less. The most important thing is that the latest most track-focused normally-aspirated 911 is underway, and here’s what we can expect.
Updated 6-21-2022: The Porsche 911 GT3 RS has been spied one last time prior to its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Check out the spy shots below!
1967 Porsche 911R - The Grand-Daddy Of The 911 GT3
Ferdinand Karl Piech, the ex-VW group CEO and the grandson of Ferdinand Porsche, is an icon who turned Volkswagen into the automotive giant that owns a multitude of prestigious brands. As he famously stated "All I ever wanted to do was build cars" and his early days at Porsche proved he was pretty damn good at it. One of the best examples to prove the same is the 1967 911R - the lightest 911 ever built!
Spy Shots: An Early Look at the 2023 Porsche 911’s Interior
At the same time as all the other models in the 911 lineup, the Carrera will also receive an update. The first prototypes were caught testing back in February, and testing has continued ever since. Today our spy photographers caught a new prototype out on the roads of Germany and around the Nurburgring, and for the first time we also get a pretty good look on the car’s interior.
This 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet America Edition - Topless Thrills At a Steep Cost
Porsche offered its first open top model designed specifically for America back in 1952. It was a 356 Roadster and only 16 units were offered. 40 years later, the idea was revived with the launch of the 964 America Roadster. After another 30 years, Porsche brought back the idea and announced the 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet America. This time Porsche will build a total of 115 units and each one starts out at $184,920.
This RWB-Modified 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera Has Seen Some Things
One of the finest examples of the 911 has to be the 993 generation Carrera. The 1995 911 was a breakthrough for its handling prowess, increased performance, and styling improvements. It was also the very last generation of 911 to be sold with an air-cooled engine. A modified 1995 911 Carrera by Rauh-Welt Begriff, a Japanese Porsche tuner, is up for grabs, and there’s a few things that are quite interesting about it.
This Porsche 911 RS America May Have Travelled the World More than You
Classic Porsches have always been a hot commodity among car enthusiasts, rarer and high-performance models have seen their prices nearly double, if not more, in recent years. This is partly thanks to Magnus Walker, the Porsche tycoon, and social media extraordinaire with a collection including literalyl dozens of Porsches.
Even without any direct connection to Walker, old Porsches fetch wild sums at auction, and another extremely unique 911 has just popped up for sale on Bring a Trailer, with plenty of money being thrown at it.
Manthey’s Performance Kit Makes the Porsche 911 GT3 one of the Top 10 Fastest Production Cars on the Nürburgring
When Manthey Racing modifies a Porsche car it does it with one purpose in mind: to improve the car’s time around the 13-mile Nürburgring-Nordschleife track. It did it with the Porsche 911 GT2 RS - a car that after the changes broke the record and became the fastest road-legal production car around Nürburgring with a lap time of 6:43:30. Now, the same treatment was applied to the Porsche 911 GT3, and while the sports car broke no record, the changes still considerably improved its lap time.
Watch a BMW M5 CS Fight It Out With the 997 Porsche 911 Turbo S
The folks from Carwow have brought an exciting drag race between two unique cars from different generations. On the left, we have a 10-year old 997.2-gen Porsche 911 Turbo S,. Next to that, a BMW M5 CS is in its current generation for the 2022 model year. They are “bonkers-hardcore-performance-thingy,” as Mat Watson wants to call them. But there are quite some differences between the two, since the M5 CS is a family sedan and the 911 Turbo S is a sports car. Also, on paper, the BMW has all the power to school the Porsche down the quarter-mile, but can the 911 Turbo S from 2012 really keep up? Let’s dive in.
This Porsche 911-Based 1985 RUF BTR II Cabriolet Could Soar Beyond $500,000 at Auction
The 1985 RUF BTR II Cabriolet needs no introduction, as it was a hell of a sports car with a ton of power and excellent handling behavior. It won the world’s fastest cars contest by clocking 186.2 mph as the top speed in 1984, which was insane. So here we have an example from the 1985 model year, and it is looking for a new home. There’s a good chance that it may go beyond the $500,000 mark before the digital hammer drops, but is it really worth it?
Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS: Celebrating 50 Years of the Duck Tail Spoiler
The Porsche 911 has had plenty of epic iterations over the years, but very few of those can match the 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS. This performance variant of the 911 was not only a homologation special but also the fastest German automobile of its time with a top speed of 152 mph (245 km/h). More importantly, the development of the car, which started back in 1972, gave birth to one of the most iconic design elements of the Porsche 911, known as the “Ducktail” spoiler. In 2022, we celebrate 50 years of the birth of this motorsport-inspired feature.
Rendering: Would You Drive This Extra-Wide and Tantalizing Porsche 911 GT3?
Mikhail Sachko is a Russin 3D automotive designer already famous for his extreme design ideas. Many of you may have heard about him thanks to his recent Rockstar-branded Datsun 620 Pre-Runner pickup truck. There is no doubt that his biggest passion is motorsport, as all his cars are designed with racing in mind.
Big Sur by Singer Is Arguably the best looking Porsche 930 in the World
Singer Vehicle Design is famous for reimagining classic Porsches. Their previous creation was based on the Porsche 930 Turbo, but they are also famous for previously unveiled DLS packages. No matter the package, each car is modified to reflect the unique tastes and perspectives of its owner, whether targeted at regular use on the road or ultimate performance on road and track.
The latest project – called “Big Sur” is based, like usual, on the 930 Porsche 911 and features a very cool Horizon Blue paint job with top striping in Singer Racing Orange.
Compared: 911R vs 911 GT3 Touring - Looking Beyond What Meets the Eye
Jason Camisa beautifully articulated the fact that before the 911 R, VW’s typically German mentality dominated the cars that came out of Stuttgart. As a result, they were getting faster around tracks and quicker to 60 mph, all while losing the soul and essence that one desires from a sportscar like the 911. The regular 911s weren’t designed by engineers or purists anymore but by the accountants and board members who solely cared about sales figures. This is why the 911 R was such a big kick in the rear for that lot when it was met with unparalleled demand. This was a similar story for the 991.1 Speedster and every special Porsche with a stick shift and naturally aspirated engine.
This 991 Porsche 911 GT3 RS With a Gunther Werks GW9 Aero Package is the Ultimate Track Weapon
We are still waiting for the 991.2 GT3 RS to arrive, and judging by how improved the standard 2022 GT3 is, we can only imagine the updates the RS version is going to offer. Instead of waiting around for it to arrive, a better option would be to improve the look of your 991 GT3 RS with this cool GW9 Aero Package from Gunther Werks. For those of you who do not know, Gunther Werks is an American Porsche tuning specialist that in the past has come up with some amazing works like this Porsche 993 Speedster Remastered that was unveiled during the 2021 Monterey Car Week.
The Brabus 820: A Porsche 911 Turbo S Tuned to Perfection
When the current 911 Turbo S was launched in 2020, it was downright impressive. With 640 horsepower, it became the quickest, most powerful 911 Turbo ever. The 992-gen 911 Turbo S is capable of so much more, though, and Brabus just proved it through an impressive tuning program.
Spy Shots: An Early Look at the 2023 Porsche 911 ST
Back in the 1970s, the racing world was very competitive - maybe a little bit more than it is today. With strong competition coming from makers like Ford or BMW, Porsche really had to offer something better than everything else. That’s how the Porsche 911 ST was born. The new race car was built for just one year: 1970 to 1971, and there were only 24 units built. The ST entered various races from Daytona, Targa Florio, and Nürburgring, and even won the GT class at Le Mans. Now, 52 years later, Porsche will pay tribute to the iconic 911 ST and its success with a special edition. It is based on the current generation 911 but will carry the ST name.
Ken Block’s 1,400-HP Vintage Porsche 911 Pikes Peak Racer is Ridiculously Awesome
Hoonigan has built some insane stuff, but the most extreme builds have to be the ones done with Ken Block. You are probably familiar with the 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn, and the more recent Audi S1 Hoonitron, which is an obvious throwback to the original S1 Quattro from the 1980s. While the latter was designed and built in Ingolstadt, Hoonigan has decided to one-up Ken’s current ride, by building an unholy Pikes Peak creation based on a 1970s Porsche 911.
The Four Horsemen Of High-performance Sports Cars Gather For An All-out Drag Race
While drag racing fast cars only tells you so much about their performance capabilities, it’s always fun to see who comes out on top. Currently, these four – theAcura NSX Type S, Nissan GT-R Nismo, Chevrolet C8 Corvette, and Porsche 911 Turbo S – are some of the hottest high-performance cars on the market. ’Throttle House’ arranged for them to meet for a drag race. Can the C8 Corvette punch above its weight against the turbocharged opponents?
1975 - 1989 Porsche 911 Turbo (930) - The Widowmaker That Started The Turbocharging Craze
The Porsche 911 is one of the most recognized sports cars out there. The model has a long and proud history that spans more than half a century. One of the 911’s biggest highlights, however, is the 930 Turbo, which is one of the most famous 911 models ever made, and for more than a few reasons. Here’s all you need to know about the iconic, rear-engine sports car of the 1970s and 1980s.
This Custom 911 Speedster Shows What Paint To Sample Is All About
Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur and Porsche’s Paint To Sample program allows customers to create a sports car like no other. With more than 160 color options to choose from, chances are that there will be nothing similar anywhere else in the world. A few weeks ago, these Paint to Sample colors were listed on Porsche’s online configurator and you can finally see them all.
The best example of how the right color combination can improve the look of a car is this unique 911 Speedster created for a special customer.
This Custom Porsche 996 Slant Nose Is Getting a Porsche 935-inspired Paint Job
Not long ago, we covered a unique build, executed by Crucible Coachworks. The build consists of several parts, all of which, are uploaded on the builder’s YouTube channel. Currently, the Porsche 996 seems to be the most popular 911 platform, for unique projects. This one is, definitely, at the top of our list, as it features the very distinctive slant nose design, first introduced in the 1980s, and borrowed from the Porsche 935 racecar. In its final stages, the custom 996 is getting a paint job, also inspired by the radical race car from the mid-1970s.
The Porsche 911 Sport Classic Is More Than Just Some Old-School Aesthetic Mods
Back in 2020, Porsche came up with the first of the four collector’s items from its Heritage Design Strategy. These would essentially be four modern models inspired by some of the iconic Porsche models from the past. The first model was the 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition with design elements from the 1950s and 1960s. Fast forward to the present day, and the German automaker, in partnership with the Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur, has come up with the second model called the 911 Sport Classic.
The 911 Sport Classic is based on the 911 Turbo S model, and comes with a buttload of changes. Right from the exterior aesthetics, to the interior changes, to the drivetrain tweaks, the 911 Sport Classic is a living embodiment of the phrase ‘Back to the Future’. Feast on this gallery and learn everything you need to know about the car.
The Limited-Edition Porsche 911 Sport Classic Will Take You Back To The 60s - RWD, Manual Gearbox, and a Ducktail Spoiler!
Porsche has launched the 911 Sport Classic; a model which it has rightly captioned “Back to the Future”. The 911 Sport Classic is more than just aesthetic nostalgia. Porsche has dialed down on a lot of things to give you the raw experience. To give you a glimpse, this 911 Turbo model makes less horsepower, features three pedals, and routes power only to the rear wheels. Intriguing, huh?
2022 Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport 25 Caught On The Road For The First Time
Porsche Motorsport celebrates Manthey-Racing GmbH’s anniversary with the launch of an extraordinary special model. The model - 911 GT2 RS Clubsport 25 - was announced back in March 2022, but this is the first time the model was actually caught on the road.
Limited to only 30 units, the future 911 GT2 RS Clubsport 25 was caught testing in Meuspath/Germany, at the headquarters of Manthey-Racing GmbH.
If You’re A Porsche Fan, You Just Can’t Miss This Epic Drag Race Between Seven Different 911 Turbo Generations!
Mat Watson from ‘Carwow’ is raising the bar with every drag race and how! His latest video was a drag race between seven different cars; well, seven generations of the same car, to be precise. He brought to the drag strip seven different generations of one of the most iconic sports cars to have graced the earth - the Porsche 911. All of these are the turbo models, starting with the 930, the 964, the 993, the 996, the 997, the 991, and the 992.
2023 Porsche 911 Safari Prototype Returns To Nürburgring For More Testing
At the beginning of April, the next Porsche 911 Safari was seen taking part in its first testing session at the Nürburgring race track. Now, two weeks later the sports car is back at the ring for some more testing.
In fact, some previous rumors suggest that the model could be called 911 Dakar, according to an Instagram post made by Walter Röhrl himself.
Drag Race: Ferrari 488 Pista vs Lamborghini Huracan STO vs Porsche 911 GT3
Mat Watson from ‘Carwow’ is back with yet another drag race involving three supercars that have loyal fan bases of their own. But, no matter how desirable, this race is a tad bit stale. We had the same results with whatever kind of race that happened. Now, it’s not necessary that every race has to tug our heartstrings or give us the adrenaline rush, right? But, then why did we cover it? Well, the cars are eye candies and sound amazing. That’s it!
Evomax Challenges the Limitations of What’s Possible With the Porsche 964
If you’re a Porsche enthusiast or a restomods enthusiast, and you’ve never heard of Evomax, then you’ve been missing out. It is a relatively new company that follows a philosophy similar to that of Singer in which it modernizes and upgrades Porsche 964 Turbos. The company now offers four different models, with the latest being the Targa, but what’s more important is how the company proves just how much is truly possible with the 964 generation of the Porsche 911.
All the AWD Manual Cars You Can Buy in 2022
There is currently no shortage of cars that either offers some sort of All-Wheel Drive (AWD) or Four Wheel Drive (4WD) on the market. There are over 200 of them. However, if you want those same benefits of added traction along with a manual transmission thrown in, well your choices are pretty limited. Let me explain.
The Porsche 911 Dakar Caught Playing In Its Natural Habitat - The Nürburgring
It’s been a while since we heard anything about the upcoming Porsche 911 Dakar - or, as we use to know it until recently as the 911 Safari. The 911 Dakar name was tagged by Walter Röhrl himself in an Instagram post that was shortly after removed. Anyway, it seems that Porsche took the 911 Dakar out for some more testing, and this time, in a more appropriate environment: the Nürburgring race track.
2022 Porsche 911 Super Carrera Electric By Modern Classics
With EVs gradually taking over the car market, electric crate motors are also becoming a preferred route when restoring a classic car with modern parts. Sofia-based outfit Modern Classics has done exactly that with a Porsche 911 (964) SC. While Tesla e-crate motors are usually the ones tuners go for, Modern Classics has chosen the powertrain and battery pack from a BMW i3.
Electric Porsche 911 – The Secret Lies in Solid State Batteries
Talk about an electric Porsche 911 has been circulating for the better part of a decade, and back in late 2017, Porsche’s CEO, Oliver Blume, straight up told us that it wouldn’t happen in the next 10 years. In 2020, Frank-Steffen Walliser – the head of Porsche’s sports car line – said that the 911 would be the brand’s last car to go electric. The 992-gen 911 has since been ruled out to feature any form of electrification, which was backed up by the fact that Porsche was struggling to electrify the 911 without ruining its iconic nature. Now, however, it looks like Porsche might be onto something, and we could still see an electrified 911 before the end of this decade.
Italy Vs Germany: A Porsche 911 Turbo S Drag Races a Lamborghini Huracan EVO
Another day, another series of drag races on the way. This one comes from DragTimes and pits a Porsche 911 (992) Turbo S versus a Lamborghini Huracan EVO. Two very different formulas for similar levels of performance. It’s just a classic, best out of three drag racing between two fast machines that are completely stock. Here’s what happened.
The Porsche 911’s Race Against A Dodge Challenger Hellcat Is Nothing But A Glorified Squash!
Sam from ‘Sam CarLegion’ staged yet another drag and roll race, but this time, with two of the most intimidating cars to grace the drag strip – the Porsche 911 GT3 RS and the Dodge Challenger Hellcat Widebody. Both these cars are intimidating in their own ways, but this is one of those rare times where they’ve crossed paths and have come face-to-face. While it may have been an exciting exercise, to begin with, the race was nothing more than a glorified squash. The Dodge had its moments, but it had no chance of winning any race. But sometimes such squashes are exciting, right?
The 2023 Porsche 911 Hybrid Continues Its Testing Sessions At The Nürburgring
It’s been just a few days since we first spotted the next Porsche 911 Hybrid out for its first testing session around Nürburgring. Now it seems that the car is back for more playing around the ring, and our spy photographers were once again in the right spot at the right time and took some more pictures.
The 2024 Porsche 911 Hybrid Is Back On The Nürburgring
The Nürburgring test season has started once again and Porsche took its latest creation, the 911 Hybrid, out on the ring for some play. This is not the first time the 911 Hybrid has been spotted on the Nürburgring. The first time was back in November 2021 when we had the first confirmation that a 911 Hybrid is right around the corner. After that, the model continued its testing sessions in the cold weather of Northern Europe, and now, the 911 Hybrid is back into the spotlight. A second prototype is testing in Sweden at the same time.
The Ultimate Guide To The Porsche 997 And All Its Versions
A certain percentage of car enthusiasts lust after the Porsche 911. The rear-engine sports car from the 1960s is currently in its eighth generation, the 992, but for many, it was the Porsche 997 that’s considered the last truly old-school 911. With many looking to acquire one of these modern German classics, it’s only fair to get familiar with the sixth-generation 911, produced between 2005 and 2013, to find out which 997 is the one for you.
2022 Porsche 911 GT3 By TechArt
With a very aggressive look and 502 horsepower under the hood, the new generation Porsche 911 GT3 needs no updates. Or, does it?
TechArt seems to believe there is always room for improvement, so it came up with a new carbon fiber kit specially designed for the 911 GT3, both standard and Touring versions. There’s also a new set of wheels. These changes will make the GT3 even sportier and they give us hope that in the near future, TechArt will also come up with some updates under the hood.
Until then, the carbon fiber kit will be available to order starting the summer of 2022.
The Porsche 911 Hybrid Is Coming into Focus as New Details Emerge
The concept of an electrified Porsche 911 goes back at least half a decade, but things have changed a lot since then. As an example, back in 2018, we were told that adding any type of electrification to the 911 wouldn’t happen anytime soon. Of course, part of the problem with electrifying the 911 is packaging it all together without ruining everything that the 911 is. The good news is that Porsche has managed to sort some things out and, while the 911 still won’t go full-on electric anytime soon, the hybrid 911 is coming faster than you think, and now we have some preliminary details.
A Widebody Porsche 996 Slant Nose Makes For An Epic Homage To The Porsche 935
It seems the Porsche 996’s rise in desirability has made it a go-to platform for exciting builds. We recently talked about an epic collaboration between Porsche Club of America and Porsche Classic, which spawned the Porsche 996 Classic Club Coupe. From Crucible Coachworks, Pennsylvania comes another epic 996 project. The slant nose was a distinct option for classic 911s and this 996 makes full use of the design, along with a 935-inspired body kit.
A Free-Breathing Porsche 911 Carrera Isn’t in Your Future
Porsche dropped the naturally aspirated engine from the 911 lineup, with the exception of the GT3 models, which means even the base 911 Carrera is force-fed as much air as possible. Back in early February 2022, we spotted the very first prototype of the facelifted 2023 911 Carrera doing some cold-weather testing. Just a few days after that, a second prototype was spotted with some interesting changes that hinted the naturally aspirated flat-six would be making a comeback. With the 718 Cayman and Boxster GTS range being powered by a naturally aspirated flat-six, the rumors began to swirl out of control as it would, actually make sense. After all, the 394-horsepower, 4.0-liter mill definitely emits a nice soundtrack. Now we know that the 911 Carrera won’t be going back to its free-breathing roots, and the reason is a bit surprising.
A 1 Of 1 Porsche 996 Classic Club Coupe Unveiled At Amelia Island’s Werks Reunion
With Porsche’s rich heritage, it’s no surprise that newer models often harken back to the past through special versions, almost exclusively, based on the Porsche 911. With this in mind, ’Porsche Club of America’ and ’Porsche Classic’ have teamed up to create a one-off Porsche 911 (996) Carrera with enhanced aesthetics and performance, at the 2022 Werks Reunion at Amelia Island.
2022 Porsche 911 Carrera "GT3 RS 97" Concept Study by DMC
Very few high-performance carmakers have a heritage as proud as Porsche, especially when it comes to the company’s pride and joy - the 911. It’s no surprise, then, that plenty of tuners are enthusiastic about reimagining the 911, and DMC is one of the latest examples. The Dusseldorf-based tuner is currently working on a complete package for the Porsche 992 Carrera, the visual part of which is now complete brings back some of Porsche’s signature elements that harken back to the 997 GT3 RS.
The 992 Porsche 911 Facelift Spotted Testing With A Hybrid Powertrain
We already knew that Porsche is working towards updating the entire 911 lineup. Prototypes of facelift versions of the 911 Coupe, 911 Convertible and 911 Turbo have been spotted out in the cold for months now.
Today, however, our spy photographers caught an interesting-looking 911 facelift prototype: one wearing hybrid stickers! These spy shots confirm the previous rumors suggesting that Porsche will add a hybrid powertrain to its 911 lineup.