The next-generation 911 is doing some serious tests somewhere in a frozen land and it’s preparing the debut at the Frankfurt Auto Show later this year. Under the bonnet, the new Porsche 911 packs a 3.4-liter engine that is able to develop up to 345 horsepower, making the sprint from 0 to 100 km/h possible in just 4,8 seconds and a top speed of 289 km/h.
The Germans from Porsche managed to bring significant improvements to the new generation 911 as the model is 20 kilograms lighter and benefits from various upgrades available even we talk about the engine range or other technical features.
Choosing the more powerful Carrera S, you will benefit from 395 horsepower squeezed from a revised 3.8-liter unit. The performance figures improves a bit as the top speed exceeds the 300 km/h barrier while the acceleration time drops to 4,5 seconds.
In terms of size, the new Porsche 911 will be longer totaling 4,49 meters in lenght and will get a shorter wheelbase. As a conclusion, the next-generation 911 comes with enough new features able to attract our attention, so, keep an eye on the Germans as the Frankfurt Auto Show approaches.