Following the unveiling of the 992 Porsche 911 Carrera S, Porsche is actually introducing the usual 2020 911 Carrera and Carrera Cabriolet. As well as showcasing the new-look design, these new models offer more power than types.
In the engine compartment is a refreshed 3.0-litre twin-turbo flat-six engine who makes 283kW, up from 272kW during the predecessor that used much the same engine. The device retains exactly the same 450Nm torque output, but all the same, 0-100km/h acceleration drops to 4.2 seconds while using the PDK eight-speed dual-clutch auto (down from 4.4), or 4.0 seconds together with the optional Sport Chrono pack.
The engine features new turbochargers who use smaller turbines and compressor wheels, which we’re guessing spool up quicker than before. Fuel consumption on the combined cycle is 9.0L/100km for your coupe and 9.2L/100km for any cabrio, under the latest NEDC test cycle.
For the outer there’s the updated design theme with new headlights and bulging wheel arches, that has a flat bonnet contour in between inspired by classic 911 models. Then around behind you’ll understand the full-width taillight treatment.
There’s several new wheels with 19-inch items for the front and 20-inch units within the back. These are typically engrossed in 235/40 front and 295/35 rear tyres. Behind these are generally 330mm discs over the front and back, clamped by four-piston calipers.
Distinguishing this base model from your S is usually a couple of unique exhaust outlets. For the standard model there are 2 rectangular outlets (one on all sides), although S uses twin round outlets on them (four outlets in whole). Buyers are able to option for a hobby Exhaust which switches to twin oval pipes (as pictured).
Inside, passengers are treated to a 10.9-inch touch-screen media interface such as the Carrera S. It gives full connectivity and personalisation using the Porsche Communication Management (PCM) suite, with classic toggle switches below blending into the new-look cascading console.
The 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera can be obtained to buy gold coast australia now with prices starting from $229,500 for your coupe and from $251,000 with the cabrio (excluding on-roads). Local deliveries are scheduled to commence while in the fourth quarter in this year. An all-wheel drive option will be available soon.