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We anticipate that the 991 will be available with all-wheel drive in 2013, Turbo and GT3 trim by 2014, and in GT2 guise by 2015.

 

Some will mutter that the Porsche 911 Carrera S for sale hasn’t changed enough, but most will expect nothing less. Although its iconic shadow remains, big changes reside within. The new 991's wheelbase stretches out a further 3.9 inches compared to the 997, but overall length has only grown by two inches. This means that the front and rear overhangs have been shortened, and the engine sits more mid than rear compared to its predecessor. Rear legroom has also increased and the A-pillar and windshield have been pushed forward and thus have a stronger rake. Despite being bigger, the 991 weighs less than the 997 due to extensive use of aluminum. Not only does the new 991 weigh less, engine changes produce more power, reduce fuel consumption, and help lower emissions by 16 percent. The increase in efficiency comes from a host of new technologies including an automatic start-stop function, electrical system recuperation, new electro-mechanical power steering, and the world’s first seven-speed (yes, that is a seven) manual transmission. The engine in the base 911 Carrera shrinks in size from 3.6 to 3.4 liters but power is up five for an even 350 hp. The 3.8-liter engine’s reworked internals in the S model helps it produce 15 more horse for a total of 400 hp. It only requires only 4.1 seconds with the normal PDK transmission and 3.9 seconds with the optional Sport Chrono Package to reach 60 from a stop.


The new 911 features increased agility thanks to its wider front track and a reworked rear suspension. Porsche says steering feedback won’t be affected by the new electric steering but every Porschephile in the room should be worried that its nearly telepathic handling has been altered. Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC), which first appeared on the 2011 Cayenne, helps reduce roll when cornering and keep the tires planted. The first new 911 models will arrive in February of 2012.


Specs

  • Price: $96,400

  • Engine: 3.8-liter 6-cylinder

  • Horsepower: 400

  • Torque: 310 lb-ft

  • 0-60: 4.1 seconds

  • Top Speed: 196 mph

  • Transmission: 7 Speed manual of 7-speed PDK


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