At Porsche, there are no conventions. Forbidding free thought? That’s forbidden. The only thing that matters is this question: how can we become even better?
The design of the 911 shows where we come from and where our roots are. But it also shows the direction of our thinking and how we see the future.
Sports exhaust system
It’s a first for any Porsche turbocharged boxer engines, and it’s a technical innovation. Available as an option for the new 911, the sports exhaust system features two catalytic converters.
The interior of a Porsche is infused with over 60 years of experience in sports car construction. You can feel it: in the materials, which are easy to grip and are exquisitely made.
Front Axle Lift System
Particularly practical: the lift system, available as an option for all 911 models, raises the front end by approximately 40 mm – and keeps it there up to a speed of roughly 37 mp/h (60 km/h).
We want to speed everything up. Progress included. The same applies to negative acceleration. That’s because even brakes are a source of potential. So we’ve upsized the brake system.
Rear-wheel and all-wheel drive
For 911 fans it’s a question of faith, for tech lovers it’s an issue of performance: rear or all-wheel drive? The answer may turn out differently on either side, but neither would be wrong.
A restyling of the Bi-Xenon main headlights – fitted as standard – sees the four-spot LED daytime running lights now incorporated into each headlight unit.