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2011 PORSCHE 911 COUPE (998)

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2011 PORSCHE 911 COUPE (998)


By Drew Johnson

We've seen the next-generation Porsche 911 many times during the last year, but today, we've snagged a great look at the interior! As previously reported, the next-generation 911 will hit the market in 2011.

The 911's all new interior seems to take cues from the Panamera, especially around the center console and stack. The traditional 5-gauge cluster is easy to see along with lots of brushed aluminum and a stitched dash.

Earlier reports in some media made believe this was the 911 Turbo, but on these pictures you can see that the side air-intakes in front of the rear wheels are fakes – and so is the huge rear wing which hides the shape of the smaller spoiler of the standard 911s.

Compared to the current model, the front lights are standing more upright and the side mirrors have moved from the side window corner to the side of the door. Don't take the design of the headlights and taillights too seriously, however, as there are translucent stickers camouflaging pasted over the lenses of the real lights.

Judging from the quad tailpipes and cross-drilled rotors on this prototype, we're most likely looking at the Carrera S model. Watch for the next-generation 911 to feature the same flat-six engine, with an upgraded power output, and the new PDK dual-clutch gearbox.



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