Internal updates for the Porsche 911 2020 will follow the same evolutionary path as the exterior design. It will have the same mixture that governs well from the low driving position and the keratin sensation, along with the level of high quality plastics that is not found in some Italian alternatives. The main difference will be replacing the current analog discs of the car with a digital display that allows you to switch between a variety of functions. For example, you can get a large cubic meter when you accelerate 911 rural roads, before going to a large map on the satellite when you find your way home.
2020 Porsche 911 Exterior & Interior
When it comes to redesigning a Porsche 911, accuracy is the key. So much so that it must be a serious car to notice many changes from generation to generation. As expected, the next Porsche 911 for the next 2019 is very similar to the current car. This all-new Porsche 992 is equipped with a winding-like body, a short front and a sloping roof to replace it. Some high-performance sports cars also have large windows and a relatively narrow body, so it will not be very difficult to maneuver around the city. You can get a little closer (preferably with the most geeky car hat) and you will notice that this new model comes with a new front bumper and headlights with LED lights that work better during the day. Take a look through the back and you will find a full length optical tape and a new cover with a spoiler much larger than the outside. The FTS GT3 versions (as shown below) come with a more aggressive body and two rear exhausts that flow down on the number plate. At the right time, these models will produce the powerful GT3 RS capability with a large fixed rear spoiler, as well as more stable air holes in the chassis.
2020 Porsche 911 Engine
It is likely that the Porsche 911 for 2020 will undergo some minor structural changes with more high strength steel and aluminum, and users will save a few kilograms here and there. It is also likely to increase the trajectory of the car (the distance between the left and right wheels) so that the 911 feels more stable at speed and increases the performance of the turns. The most significant change comes with the introduction of turbocharged engines throughout the 911 range. You can expect the current 911 Carrera 330 horsepower and the engine of 911-Carrera S 420 horsepower with 15 horsepower , while more powerful models, such as the 911 Turbo S, will gain almost 50 horsepower. The GT3 models of the first type will probably come with six-cylinder turbocharged engines for the first time as well. Instead of a naturally recoverable 4.0-liter unit, they are expected to use a modified version of the 3.8-liter turbocharged turbocharged S engine, which will significantly increase production by 500 hp.
Porsche has not confirmed that any gearbox is available on the new 911, but it is expected to provide a dual-clutch automatic transmission along with the traditional manual gearbox on the selected models. The latter, which is the owner’s favorite, may be in the proportion and comes with six speeds instead of seven, however, the first in the new generation of generation 911 of the 911 generation will be the addition of hybrid models to the range. These, which are expected to arrive in the Carrera 4 hybrid and the Turbo S Hybrid Turbo, will use a compact electric motor and a small battery to reduce fuel consumption and reduce CO2 emissions.
This is the Porsche 911 of 2020, yes, ladies and gentlemen, it’s a new car, or a great face lift for the current car, anyway, there’s not much of a difference with the 911 car currently on sale. There is more to this than a video first, so read on to see exactly what you can expect from a Porsche 911 (992) by 2019.