2020 Porsche 911 is the next evolution. Although it’s still a few years away, but spy shots already on the internet. Porsche 911 has been released in 2011 and it didn’t change much since. The car did receive a major facelift a short while ago along with a couple of new engines. The latest prototype, reveals some details not seen on previous testers, including a digital dash. So far the car hasn’t been officially confirmed by the manufacturer but it has been spied testing in the Arctic. It seems really a prototype for this next-generation 911 which should be coming to the market soon.
2020 Porsche 911 Exterior and Interior Design
Despite the fact about a test mule, we were able to notice some really interesting details about it. 2020 Porsche 911 has a more aggressive design, maybe with larger vents on each side and a new center section. The car is going to be based on an entirely new platform. Look for similar oval headlamps, but with new LED lights, and a revised front bumper. Onto the sides, we should see mildly revised side skirts and fender intakes, as well as new side mirrors. Most of the new details can be found at the rear which sports a wide spoiler that spans the width of the car. We should see a new pair of taillights consist of one long strip that appears to follow the curve of the rear spoiler’s leading edge. The exhaust tips are positioned slightly closer to the center of the rear bumper. 2020 Porsche 911 possibility built on Porsche’s new modular architecture which may spawn new models in the future as well.
2020 Porsche 911 is among the best-handling cars on the planet. When we think about where future interior might go, we should look at recent trends withing brand’s lineup. A mid-engine layout was considered, but such a car would lose its vestigial rear seats, a distinctive recommendation in the segment. Clean and glossy touch-sensitive surfaces are taking over, uplifting interior elegance to new levels. The new electronics architecture will have much more commonality with that of the Panamera and the upcoming new Cayenne. Porsche plans to borrow Virtual cockpit idea from brotherly Audi. Porsche would like the 911 to offer improved telematics and infotainment systems as well as more comfort and driver-assistance features.
2020 Porsche 911 Release Date and Price
We expect the next-gen 911 in showrooms at the end of 2019 at the auto show. Pricing information is currently not available, we assume prices are likely to boost rather however shouldn’t differ dramatically from those of the existing designs, which begin at $90,450.
2020 Porsche 911 Powertrain and Specs
Porsche already has hybrid powertrains in its Cayenne SUV and Panamera saloon. However, it looks like Porsche is currently working to develop a plug-in hybrid version of the iconic 911, more specifically the next-generation model due around 2020. As it is now, the next-gen 911 will be powered by 3.0 liter twin turbocharged flat 6 engine that debuted in the 2017 911. 2020 Porsche 911 rated at around 400 horsepower, with the Carrera S and GTS each adding another 20 to 30 horses or so. Nonetheless, any possibilities are continue to available as being the business continue to thinks what is best for this 2020 Porsche 911.