The first time of Porsche 911 with digital instrumentation: the photos

Together with the long-awaited hybrid version, Porsche is preparing a series of major updates to the aesthetics and instrumentation of the 911.

The sports car from Zuffenhausen was picked up by our spies in the version Cabrio with an unprecedented on-board technology that could characterize future Porsche models.

Internally hi-tech

Il instrument panel of the photos is entirely digital and is divided into three circular elements: odometer, speedometer and a portion of the screen reserved – probably – for driving modes.

The new display will also be mounted in the coupé version and the news could continue with the adoption of a sistema d’infotainment of new conception and with a central console reorganized in the shape and in the disposition of the controls.

Porsche 911 Cabrio, spy photos of the new instrument cluster

In addition to the cockpit, Porsche will also significantly update the look of the external modifying the bumpers and headlight graphics. In particular, the 911 Convertible in the spy photos shows a grille with new active vertical strips that improve aerodynamic flows and the delivery of air to the engine and brakes.

Not just hybrid

The novelties regarding aesthetics and equipment could already be equipped on the 911 hybrid. The arrival of the electrified version has already been confirmed by Porsche and is still engaged in testing. It will not be a plug-in hybrid and the electric unit will be designed to give additional power to the heat engine rather than to limit consumption.

Porsche 911 Cabrio, spy photos of the new instrument cluster

In addition to the hybrid, however, the renewed 911 range will retain the classic petrol engines. In this regard, some rumors speak of the debut of the 4-liter six-cylinder equipped by Cayman GTS and GT4 which could replace the 3.0 turbo.

At the moment, there is no date for the debut of the new versions of the 911. The impression, however, is that the official presentation could already be in the coming months.


Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.

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