The next generation Porsche 911 is sure to be Carrera TOctober 20, 2018
Official sources of the German brand have confirmed that the coupe in the Carrera T version will necessarily be presented in the new generation Porsche 911.
The long-awaited new generation of the legendary German coupe Porsche 911 will be presented soon. It is known that the novelty, which will receive the internal index of 992, will appear at the Los Angeles Motor Show, which will be held in the second half of November 2018.
The next generation of models will bring the new Porsche 911 a lot of the most modern technologies, including hybrid powertrains. It is reported that the performance of the 911 Carrera T will also be presented in a new generation.
As part of his recent interview with a foreign specialized publication, Augustus Ahlhaitner, who is the chief engineer of the 911 project, said: “Over the past six months I have almost always traveled to Carrera T and I really like this car.”
For those who do not know. The Porsche 911 Carrera T is essentially a standard version of the 911, which received minor changes. The car is equipped with the same engine as the base Carrera – we are talking about a 3.0-liter 6-cylinder twin-turbo engine with a power of 370 hp. The car has received improved sound insulation, as well as optional active support seats made of carbon fiber. Combine the weight savings with a lower, tuned suspension and optional rear steering (this feature is not available on the standard Carrera) and you get the perfect car – the Carrera T.
In conclusion, we say that while there is no data on when a new generation of Porsche 911 can be presented by Carrera T.
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