According to the information we have got, the well-known Porsche 911 is going to hit the market as a 2019 model. It will belong to the next-generation sports cars, but come with the traditional and recognizable design and upgraded hi-tech features. The rumor has it that this Porsche might finally be getting hybridization under its hood.
Based on the spy photos of test cars that Porsche used, little can be said about the exterior changes that this model will undergo. However, you can all expect that it will keep most of its well-known and recognizable 911 features. We have first noticed that it will get new LED headlamps and a narrower trunk lid, probably inspired by the original 911. The front bumper and the vents will probably be redesigned as well. The side profile remains mostly the same, except the rear fenders that will be a bit reworked. The greatest changes have probably happened in the back part of the car. It has been noticed that there are slimmer taillights and a larger movable spoiler. You can also expect redesigned hood grille, rear bumper and door handles. The new 911 should probably be available as a convertible version, too.
The interior of the 2019 Porsche 911 has still been a mystery and we have not got much information due to the spy photos. It is certain that you can hope for a redesigned dashboard with a new instrument cluster and modern center console. It will most likely provide the latest infotainment system with a larger touch screen and all the necessary hi-tech options and various forms of entertainment and connectivity that have been expected inside the cabin of the next-generation car. The new 911 is also going to get a new sports steering wheel, probably inspired by the one seen inside the 918 Spyder. The top-quality materials and new interior color combinations should be available as well.
The rumor has it that the 2019 Porsche 911, especially the Carrera and Carrera S models, are most likely to come with a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six engines. Such an engine in the current generation of 911 models is able to deliver 370 horsepower and 331 pound-feet of torque in the Carrera while the Carrera S makes 420 horsepower and 368 pound-feet of torque. The other models such as Turbo and Turbo S could go up to 570 and 610 horsepower. As we have already mentioned, a hybrid model of the 911 is also one of the possibilities while the all-electric model might be planned, too, but none of these information have been confirmed.
2019 Porsche 911 Release Date and Price
The 2019 Porsche 911 should be introduced sometime in 2018. It has been said that it will start around $100,000 before options and go up to $ 180,000 for Turbo and $190,000 for Turbo S model.