Recently, we obtained a set of road test photos of Porsche 911 Hybrid (992.2) from overseas media. The new car will be introduced as a mid-range remodel with a Hybrid system similar to the 911 Hybrid rather than a plug-in. It is reported that the new car will be released in 2023.
The spy photos are no different in appearance from the previous ones, with the same three-part large cooling openings in the front, dual radar probes in the center, and an active aerodynamics system. It is worth noting that the new car has a very obvious logo sticker with a lightning bolt around the body, which proves that the car will be equipped with electrification.
However, we noticed that compared with the previous test car, there is no air intake opening on the side of the body, so it is expected that the test car should be a model of Carrera series.
In addition, according to the vehicle front and rear wing sub-plate under the accumulation of silt snow stains, the car or a four-wheel drive version. The rear end is no different from the previous test cars, still using a rear enclosure with a mid-mounted dual exhaust and rear diffuser.
Interior, the new car will have a full LCD display similar to the Taycan. In terms of power, the Turbo hybrid is expected to be around 700 horsepower.
A review of the new 911 images obtained in recent months shows that porsche is currently testing mid-range versions of the Turbo and Carrera models with electrification, as well as Turbo and Carrera models without electrification. In addition, foreign media also predicted that in the middle of the model, similar to the Carrera GTS model or will return to the naturally aspirated engine. All this news and a flurry of test cars have us curious about the mid-range 911 series.
Post time: Mar-04-2022