Next Generation 2018 Porsche 911
Just few moments after doing a test mule on Nurburgring track, the coming of all-new Porsche 911 generation is finally obvious. Spotted around the ground, the future 911 might come bringing some renewals, including the new bodywork. In addition, recent captures rendered the next 2018 Porsche 911 may support the rear and middle engine arrangement due to its new flexible platform. This sort of setup could be similar to the new 718 Boxster and Cayman models. Some reports also suggested the Porsche auto team is now under developing the new architecture as being used for the Lamborghini and Audi R8 supercars.
The official release on the new 911 has not been officially confirmed. However, based on the latest captures, we will see the wider auto dimension with the new rear fenders. Within this revamp, the car bodywork might be still constructed under the same wheelbase as the ongoing model and the exterior elements look similar.
The details on the 2018 Porsche 911 interior are not yet known for obvious. Just expect there will be a convincing revelation going to release sooner.
The engine unit under the hood of 2018 Porsche 911 has not been decided. Some speculations hinted the new 911 could be powered by the upgraded edition of a 3.0 liter turbocharged six-cylinder engine similar to the previous model. To support the overall performance, the engineer will opt out the naturally aspirated 6-speed for the transmission system. The info on the acceleration and mileage might be updated soon.
The information on the car release and price of 2018 Porsche 911 is still restricted. The only hint for the new 911 debut on the sales market is anticipated sometime in 2018, while the car value is still blurred. Stay tuned for further updates.