The 2024 Porsche 911 is internally and externally tested, sporting a full digital instrument cluster
As spy photographers photographed the inside and outside of the model, the redesigned Porsche 911 began to reveal its secrets.
From the salon, 2024 911 is immediately recognized as the immobility of key components. However, there is an invisible update, as the model now has a full cluster of digital devices. This is a small but important change, as the current 911 has an analog tachometer surrounded by two digital displays.
Simple upgrades will continue outside as well, as the sloping coupe and new convertible front bumper have active shutter inlets with vertical panels that open and close if needed. They are combined with horizontal accents and updated daylight lamps hidden under a black ribbon.
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The back is more camouflaged, but we can see a new bumper with a higher number plate and now a dual exhaust system with close-fitting ends. The engine vents also have camouflage, which means they can be upgraded as well.
Porsche has opened its mouth about this model, but you can expect a range of familiar engines with possible improvements to increase performance. While this is still clear, the current 911 Carrera 379 hp. It has two turbocharged six-cylinder engines that develop torque (283 kW / 384 PS) and 331 pound feet (448 Nm). The 911 Carrera S is rated at 443 hp. (330 kW / 449 PS) and 390 pound-feet (528 Nm), while the GTS produces 473 hp. (353 kW / 480 PS) and 420 pound-feet (569). ).
However, there have been rumors of a 4.0-liter flat six, and spy photographers have repeatedly caught the upcoming hybrid version. Little is known about the latter, but engineers are trying to minimize weight and the model is expected to focus on performance rather than efficiency.