385 à 650 CV
10,8 à 12,3 l/100km
293 à 330 km/h
THE 2019 VERSION OF THE PORSCHE 911
The 8th generation Porsche 911 was shown at the Geneva Show to the delight of the enthusiastic fans of this model. This newcomer remains faithful to the concept of the original legendary model, whilst bringing its own set of new features.
THE NEW PORSCHE 911 - TYPE 992
The new 911, christened the type 992, replaces the 991. Although larger, wider and slightly heavier, Porsche has not completely changed the design of this legend.The 911 above all remains a 911. Whilst it has gained 2 cm in length, 4.5 cm in width and about fifty kilos, the soul of this beauty remains the same and retains the aesthetic features of its earlier versions.The hood is a little more inclined, like the original 1963 model, and the 911 name at the rear is a sign of the timeless nature of this model.
There are new features, however, such as the rear lights which are now linked by a single light strip over the entire width of the rear bodywork. There are also the re-designed door handles and a much more imposing air foil which appears at speeds over 80km/hr. Porsche also took the decision to give this new little gem full (or almost full) aluminium bodywork. Only the bumpers don’t have this coating.
PORSCHE 911: TECHNOLOGY AT THE SERVICE OF PLEASURE
In coupe, convertible or Targe version, 5 engines for all tastes