Ever Ahead. The new 911 Carrera 4 models.

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A distinctive feature of the new 911 Carrera 4 models is the continuous light panel with even more homogeneous illumination than before, which emphasises the 44-mm broader rear end of the all-wheel drive models. The active all-wheel drive system Porsche Traction Management (PTM) delivers drive force as required to all 4 wheels.

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2016 Porsche 911 Carerra Spy Shots And Video

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The current Porsche 911, the Type 991, made its debut at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show and hit the market shortly after as a 2012 model. This means we’re approaching the halfway point in the car’s life cycle, and right on cue prototypes for an updated version, the Type 991.2, have been spotted, this time with virtually zero camouflage gear (there’s only a decal hiding the details of the tail lights). The latest photos show the basic Carrera but prototypes for updated versions of the Carrera CabrioletTargaand Turbo have also been spotted in the past.

The front of the updated 911 is characterized by revised daytime running lights and new intakes in the bumper, possibly with an active grille function to help save fuel. At the rear we can see some new intakes at the sides of the bumper and the exhaust pipes now sit at the center. This is very different to the design used on the existing Carrera models, suggesting some serious updates under the hood as part of this mid-cycle update.

Though it’s yet to be confirmed, Porsche is expected to fit its updated Carrera models with a common turbocharged 3.0-liter flat-six. The updated Carrera is expected to come with 370 horsepower on tap, up from the 350-hp rating of the current model’s 3.4-liter mill; and the updated Carrera S should have 420 hp, up from the 400-hp rating of the current model’s 3.8-liter unit.

Read More Here: http://www.motorauthority.com/news/1089885_2016-porsche-911-carerra-spy-shots-and-video


20 years of Porsche Tequipment. Sport Exhaust System.

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Your powerful, robust and sporty Porsche sound can be further enhanced by the Tequipment Sports Exhaust System, featuring modified silencers plus specially designed twin dual-tube tailpipes. Change the sound according to your driving behavior– from robust output during normal road driving to a distinctly more aggressive tone during performance use.

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Made in Stuttgart, driven all over the world.

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Between 24 June and 13 September 2015, the Porsche Museum will present a special exhibition offering fascinating insights into the early years of Porsche and life in the 1950s. As well as the iconic vehicles of this decade such as the 356 America Roadster and 550 Spyder, selected works by the photographer Princess Marianne zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn will document the lives and times of the motor sport heroes of the day.

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Porsche Sport Driving School: G-Force. Barber Motorsports Park.

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Porsche Sport Driving School launched its new G-Force program. Designed for graduates of the Masters program, participants experience open lapping on the main track in the Carrera S, 911 Turbo S and GT3, and utilizes the new Barber Proving Grounds facility for developing car control skills and learning to drive a car to its limits.

Find Out More: https://www.porschedriving.com/experiences/sports-driving-school/g-force---one-day-advanced-car-control-clinic-and-lapping-day