2016 Porsche 911 Redesign, Release and Changes

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2016 Porsche 911 Concept

The Porsche 911 GT3 is the sharpest, nastiest, most track-attacking version of Zuffenhausen’s sports-car icon. That it’s our 2015 Performance Car of the Year should therefore come as no surprise. The GT3 RS takes that knob and dials the insanity to 11. Our spies caught the 2016 model completely un-camouflaged during cold-weather testing in the Arctic Circle. It looks positively brutal.

First “Turbo” mark at the rear end of the Porsche 911 appeared in 1973 when Frankfurt car show hosted promotion of the vehicle which became the fastest car on the streets from Porsche family. That was 2014 year model, and according to stories, 2016 Porsche 911 turbo won’t  top that. However, design from over the 40 years ago and now is astonishing. Huge whale-tail wing sprouting from the engine cover is possibly the highlight.

Even though it doesn’t really look like it, the 911 is one of the sport cars which evolved the most throughout its lifetime. It started life as an evolution of the original Beetle and went to become one of the best sports cars in existence today. It is loved by many people throughout the World and not just because its performance but also thanks to its shape with the rear mounted engine which should not work but it does and the great shape which kept it close to the original. The 2016 Porsche 911 Turbo exterior will be slightly changes and it will be run by same engines as before.

Porsche has a very predictable model lineup. For decades, the German company has released a 911, then followed that with a set of variations that alternate between coupes, convertibles, rear-wheel-drive models, all-wheel-drive models models, Targa, Turbo and various horsepower iterations of standard, S and GTS. Despite a wide array of models, one 911 that has never existed is a Targa version of the powerful naturally aspirated 911 GTS with all-wheel drive. That all changed at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show with the 911 Targa 4 GTS.

2016 Porsche 911 Release Date

2016 Porsche 911 Price

Pricing for the new 2016 Porsche 911 has been set at $130,120 – $150,670 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2016 Porsche 911 we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.

2016 Porsche 911 Specs

It is still early to be official from company that new vehicle is coming. However, a video appear as a proof of testing of the 2016 Porsche 911 Turbo. New generation of the sport car was presented in 2012, and since that they don’t record sale numbers as it was expected. With 2016 Porsche 911 Turbo German carmaker will try to refresh lineup. That generation from 2012 is carrying the codename 991, and since then there were two updates released as Turbo S and GT3 models.

The 911 on the left in the top photo has a unique exhaust setup not shared by any current iteration, while the one on the right has the Carrera S’s quartet of wide-set pipes. Neither has the center-lock wheels that are exclusive domain of the Turbo/Turbo S and the GT3, but both have telltale, Turbo-style vents in the bumper behind each rear wheel. On the Turbo, these slats cool the two intercoolers; on these prototypes, the vents have very clearly been left open. If Porsche had simply recycled spare Turbo bumpers for these test mules the sculpting is all wrong, never mind the exhaust setups, but go with us engineers likely would have covered the openings with camouflage if they weren’t necessary. The cars also were running Porsche’s increasingly ubiquitous quad-LED headlights and taped-over taillights, as well as new dynamic rear spoilers and rear deck vents.

2016 Porsche 911 Hybrid

The shape of the 911 has barely been altered over the last 50 years, but that doesn’t mean that the new 911 Targa 4 GTS is boring to look at. Aside from that legendary profile, the Targa 4 GTS comes with special 20-inch alloys that are matte black and feature single center lock. The nose is a sportier design than lesser 911s, the air intakes are black, and the logos around the car are also finished in black.

Two vehicles have been spotted on street testing. From its design and large side intakes it is clear we saw Turbo model of 2016 Porsche 911. Other one, is clearly Carrera. Styling of the new model is same as for 2014 vehicle with slight modification.  Second stage of 991 project wasn’t hidden under heavy camouflage, so we could clearly see it. However, not too many differences from current model. Head and back-lights were covered, so it is clear that Porsche is preparing changes in that area.

Inside the Targa 4 GTS it is essentially identical to most other 911 models, but with just a few extra touches. The standard Sport Chrono package adds a stopwatch at the top-center of the dash, and the seats included are the upgraded Sport Plus seats with black GTS logos in the headrests. The interior is covered in a large amount of black Alcantara that is softer than leather and weighs half as much as leather.

2016 Porsche 911 redesign

2016 Porsche 911 Engine

From what we heard, new Porsche 911 Turbo will get smaller engines. Current model of vehicle is equipped with bi-turbo 3.8-litre flat-six powertrain, producing 553 hp and 550 lb-ft of torque. It sprints from 0-60 mph in incredibly 3.1 seconds. However, new 2016 Porsche 911 Turbo could get a flat-four from Boxter and Cayman. That could cut output of new Porsche 911 Turbo to around 400 hp. That will be possible disappointment to all enthusiasts and lovers of this sport car.

According to the earlier report, the base Carrera (we’re thinking it’s the model with the more centrally located exhaust outlets) will see a reduction in displacement from 3.4 to 2.9 liters, while the engine in the Carrera S (the quad-outlet prototype) will continue to displace 3.8 liters. Base output is said to swell to 400 horsepower (50 more than today’s Carrera), while the S could see a whopping 530 ponies, a full 130 more than today’s S. If those numbers hold, the S would land smack in between the current Turbo and Turbo S, and we suspect those models will get even more Turbo-y and make a ton more power, too. Look for the newly turbo’d 911 range to debut sometime this year before going on sale early in 2016.

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