Mobile spy 911 firefighter pictures

 

The entire Porsche 911 range now has turbo power – and it's all the better for it. The addition of turbos to the 911 Carrera has brought even more usable performance and greater efficiency. The downside is that the racy soundtrack isn't quite as noticeable at the top end, but it still barks like a Porsche should, and with plenty of advanced chassis tech the 911 offers even more grip, poise and comfort than ever – decades of refining the package have clearly paid off. 

The Carrera and GTS models now use tech from the halo Turbo and GT3 models, so the iconic sports car is still a class leader – and that extends to the interior, where there’s more equipment on offer than ever. With over 50 years of development behind it the 911 is still one of the world’s best sports cars.

The Porsche 911 is a true motoring icon. Ever since the first model was launched in 1963, it's a car that has been synonymous with performance. And while the rear-engined layout meant earlier versions needed an experienced hand to get the best out of them, over 50 years of development has made the current 911 one of the most accessible sports cars on sale.

Mobile spy 911 firefighter pictures

There’s no rest for the wicked, and there’s no resting on laurels when it comes to the almighty Porsche 911 . It’s been through a gradual evolution ever since it first debuted, leading to what is universally considered one of the best sports cars in the world. Now, we’re getting our first peek at what the next evolution will look like, its eighth generation, likely internally coded as the 992.

From the spy photos we’ve assembled here, it appears that the upcoming replacement for the wonderful 991.2 looks to further the 911’s gradual evolution in body style. The front is more angular, diving forward, and the headlights and hood appear to resemble the forthcoming Mission E fully electric vehicle Porsche showed off not too long ago.

Moving rearwards, the hips of the car appear wider than the current 991.2 and housing some fairly massive rubber, as well as a set of Porsche superb carbon ceramic brakes. Could this be a hotter version of the 992? We’re not sure, but moving further back, it does appear that this specific test mule houses Porsche’s all-new 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged flat-six engine that debuted in the 991.2. The vents at the edges of the rear bumper are larger than on the current car, and the vent above the engine bay extends all the way to the base of the rear window.

The entire Porsche 911 range now has turbo power – and it's all the better for it. The addition of turbos to the 911 Carrera has brought even more usable performance and greater efficiency. The downside is that the racy soundtrack isn't quite as noticeable at the top end, but it still barks like a Porsche should, and with plenty of advanced chassis tech the 911 offers even more grip, poise and comfort than ever – decades of refining the package have clearly paid off. 

The Carrera and GTS models now use tech from the halo Turbo and GT3 models, so the iconic sports car is still a class leader – and that extends to the interior, where there’s more equipment on offer than ever. With over 50 years of development behind it the 911 is still one of the world’s best sports cars.

The Porsche 911 is a true motoring icon. Ever since the first model was launched in 1963, it's a car that has been synonymous with performance. And while the rear-engined layout meant earlier versions needed an experienced hand to get the best out of them, over 50 years of development has made the current 911 one of the most accessible sports cars on sale.