2019 Porsche 911 Release Date and Changes
We have no denial to ignore about the great design of 911 model made by Porsche company and it is one of their popular models in the lineup. The new generation will come very soon since we have got some spy photos about the new 2019 Porsche 911 for its first testing. As far as we know, we saw the test mule with the body of the current 991 but with some new elements.
As other 911 models, it is safe to say that the new generation will be very attractive especially for its visual design. Some details are available on its redesign compared to the current generation. Some are notable from the spy photos. The rear side comes with the biggest changes. The model will get wider spoiler compared to the current model to improve its aerodynamics. The performance will be improved too. 2019 Porsche 911 has different taillights at the back with the log strips design to make it as a perfect touch to complete the curve of the rear spoiler. In addition, a bit different intakes are available beneath the taillights. It seems that the air intakes will be larger than the current model with some differences at the rear. For example, the headlights come with different angle from the current generation and it will be designed with wider body.
Although we have no official information and no photos, the cabin is assumed by some unofficial sources. So far, it is rumored to get flat-bottomed steering wheel as the option. The leather upholstery will be presented as the standard together with the climate control and the new infotainment system will be added for 2019 Porsche 911.
2019 Porsche 911 Engine
Under the hood, the company will support the new 2019 Porsche 911 with the same engine as the current model. It means they will retain the twin-turbocharged 3.0 liter flat-six engine that is debuted for the 2017 911 model. The engine is able to make more than 370 hp and 331 pound-feet of torque in Carrera S but we expect about 420 hp and 368 lb-ft of torque in this model. It is supported by the same transmission system as the previous model.
2019 Porsche 911 will come out in the end of 2018 with the starting price that is similar to the current $90,000. It means the price shouldn’t be too far, which can be about $92,000 for the base.