2016 Porsche 911 Be Ready for Even More Power!

2016 Porsche 911 Turbo is now currently developed by Porsche by testing out the updated versions.

Even though the new 911 Porsche and 911 Turbo are just on sale last year, it seems like the new 2019 Porsche 911 is already on the way. Information from inside mentions that the new 911 for 2019 model year has been built in prototypes and are ready to test. You can find many pictures of 911 coupe spy shots we suspect will be released in early 2019. We expect for the new 2019 Prosche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet to be released at the same time as well.

Updates for 2019 Porsche 911

However, if you expect major changes for the new Porsche 911 2019, then you definitely are still new Porsche fan. It is Porsche, after all, so the updates for the 911 line-up will not be too significant. Yet, you may spot new front styling witl revised new daytime rinning lights in addition to new intakes located in bumper. We suspect it is complemented with new active grille function to help the car in saving fuel. Looking at the rear, the intakes are guarded by protective cover, suggesting changes for this aspect.

The latest we mention may indicate that the upcoming 2019 Porsche 911 will receive some updates for its twin-turbo flat-six engine with 3.8 liters of displacement. However, we can expect that the new Porsche 911 will be available with more improved drivetrain to produce more power and better fuel economy. Right at this moment, the current 911 model generates 520 horsepower while the 911 Turbo S has ability to reach up to 560 horsepower. Since Panamera Turbo S produces even more power of 570 horsepower, we can expect the upcoming Porsche 911 2019 will be much better. After all, it is the iconic version of 911!

Future of Porsche 911 2019

Right now, we hear speculation for the upcoming 2019 Porsche 911. If now Porsche 911 means one of four 911 models, in the future, it may mean one of different models. Rumors mention the future Porsche 911 models all will be equipped with turbo technology. We can expect this goes the same for the next 2019 Porcshe 911 GTS and 2019 Porsche 911 GT3.