The new 911

Built for the road that never ends. Every 911 has the same fundamental aim: driving. As sportily as possible. That's why the twin-turbo horizontally opposed engine, the transmission, the chassis, the brakes and all the control systems are designed for one thing: the highest performance.


The engine of the 911 models has a twin-turbo configuration. Its stand-out qualities: exceptional power across the speed range, extraordinarily direct responsiveness and a wide torque plateau, even at low speeds. The horizontally opposed construction, with its short length, low height and position in the vehicle rear allows for a low center of gravity. The engine mounts near the center of the car ensure greater stability and fewer vibrations.

The engines have two turbochargers and charge-air cooling. It's an important element of the exhaust turbocharging and greatly contributes to simultaneously increasing performance and reducing emissions.


The 8-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) enables incredibly swift gear changes without interrupting the flow of power - in milliseconds. PDK combines a very sporty tuning in first to sixth gear with efficient overdrive ratios (seventh and eighth gear).

All-wheel drive Porsche Traction Management (PTM) optimally distributes drive force between the permanently driven rear axle and the front axle. For excellent drive and an incredibly harmonious handling right at the limits.

Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus (PTV Plus) is a system intended to improve driving dynamics and stability. It works with a precise application of the brakes on the rear wheels and a rear differential lock. For increased stability, outstanding traction and high agility at any speed.

Chassis Systems

More - of everything. The chassis systems optimize the vehicle features of the 911 and make it even faster, more agile and more comfortable.

Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) is an electronic damping control system that actively and continuously controls the damping force, depending on the road conditions and driving mode, for each individual wheel. For more comfort with increased dynamics.

Porsche Stability Management (PSM) is an automatic control system for helping to maintain stability at the limits of dynamic driving performance. For a high level of driving stability and extraordinary agility at the same time. In conjunction with Sport Chrono Package, PSM is supplemented by a Sport mode. This allows a significantly more sporty driving style, with PSM remaining active in the background.

Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC) is an active roll stabilization system. It suppresses lateral body movement when cornering dynamically. For improved dynamic performance, even more neutral handling and increased ride comfort.

Sport Chrono Package

Adrenaline at the push of a button: the Sport Chrono Package with mode switch, Porsche Track Precision app and tire temperature display. Its functions enable an even sportier tuning of the engine, chassis and transmission.

The mode switch allows you to select different driving styles, e.g. increase the driving dynamics, save your personal preferences or aid driving on wet roads. The Sport Response button prepares the engine and transmission for a fast unleashing of power for approx. 20 seconds of maximum responsiveness.

The Timeless Machine
The new 911 is the sum of its predecessors - and is therefore a reflection of the past and a vision of the future. The silhouette: iconic. The design: timeless. The technology: inspired by great racing victories and always one step ahead. 

With the eighth generation of the 911, we're driving into the future. The compact engine is located at the rear, thereby providing excellent traction and characterizing the unmistakable driving feel of a 911. Since 1963, we've been steadfastly working to further perfect the 911 concept. And we've never been closer to reaching this goal. The result is both the most beautiful and most modern version of the 911. Full of memories, yet also full of clues as to how we can shape the future of the sports car. This makes the 911 a timeless machine. 
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An icon in a world full of icons. The design of the 911 is timeless and its design language is universal because the principle behind it keeps it to the absolute essentials, right down to the last screw. Form follows function. The 911 continues to bring this tradition into the future with its long lineage.


A design that unites traditional and modern. That ensures more dynamism on the road. And causes a sensation for everyone who follows the 911.

Typically 911: the long, flat hood, the steeply inclined windshield and the roof line that slopes gently down towards the rear. The fenders are more clearly shaped, the rear is powerful and clearly emphasizes the horizontal.


Analog precision combined with digital integration. The 911 interior combines old strengths with new possibilities and, as a sports car, is one thing above all: strictly designed for the driver.

The analog tachometer is positioned in the center of the instrument cluster and, therefore, always in the driver's line of sight. The ascending center console ensures short distances between steering wheel and gear level, and the intuitively placed switches and buttons. All for the unmistakable sensation of driving a 911.

High-resolution displays and touch-sensitive buttons, as well as clearly structured functions and content. Thanks to the Porsche Advanced Cockpit control concept, the 911 interior has never been so focused. Typical sports car: the buttons, which have been consciously kept as analog buttons, offer direct access to essential drive and chassis functions.

Porsche Communication Management (PCM) including online navigation is your central control center for audio, navigation and communication as well as for a variety of assistance systems. The latest generation also features a new display and operating concept.

Timeless design, contemporary interpretation.

The harmony of tradition and modernity-the iconic flyline and the continuous light strip. The shape of the 911 is unmistakable because of its iconic flyline and elegant roof lines. These have characterized Porsche since 1963, as have sports cars with astonishing performance.

The 911 embodies Porsche DNA in its purest form: the long, flat bonnet, the steeply inclined windscreen. And the roof line that slopes gently down towards the rear, already characterized the original 911.The Porsche 911 is every sports car enthusiast's dream. The latest generation of the 911 is a perfect pairing of tradition and modernity creating an adrenaline rush at the push of a button.

Set yourself apart from the crowd with an upgraded engine and advanced cockpit all designed for exceptional performance. The interior gives a nostalgic feel from the analog precision paired with the digital integration. This distinct combination keeps the 911 in the spotlight.

The so-called flyline with a longer, flatter lid, steeply inclined windscreen and gently rearward sloping roof line. It characterized the original 911 for over 50 years and finds its highly contemporary counterpart in the current 911. The horizontal orientation of the interior is striking. All the relevant operating controls are located, within grasp, to the left and right of the Multifunction sports steering wheel. And therefore directly adjacent to the driver. A principle that distinguished the first three generations of the 911, for a clear and light interior architecture and exceptional ease of use. 
Thanks to Porsche Connect with the Navigation & Infotainment package, you have more time for the important things in life. It includes a locator service, which allows you to find all kinds of destinations in a matter of seconds. How about covered parking, so that you can reach your destination without getting your feet wet, even when it's raining? Or a good restaurant for a catch-up with friends - selected based on the reviews of other diners, while in your Porsche. 
The engine of the 911 models has a twin-turbo configuration. Its stand-out qualities: exceptional power across the speed range, extraordinarily direct responsiveness and a wide torque plateau, even at low speeds. In short: excellent performance that responds to the driver in an instant. The engines have two turbochargers, one per cylinder bank, as well as the intercooler. The intercooler is an important part of exhaust gas turbocharging. It makes a substantial contribution to improving performance while simultaneously reducing emissions. 


Only a single line is required to describe the 911: the iconic silhouette with a longer, flatter hood, steeply inclined windshield and gently rearward sloping roof line. It characterized the original 911 sports car for over 50 years, and finds its highly contemporary counterpart in the current 911. To appreciate the design of the 911, it's best to begin where its heart beats: the rear, where its horizontally opposed engine is found. Emphasized by a powerful end that has permanently shaped the proportions of the 911, clearly and precisely designed. Straight lines, with an evident horizontal orientation, focusing on the essentials.  

The rear window appears visually extended and almost seamlessly merges into the black rear lid grille, which supplies the engine with fresh air. The vertical slats of the grille accommodate another visual highlight: the vertically aligned third brake light. Directly beneath this is the seamless light strip that links the three-dimensional LED taillights. 

Viewed from the front, the 911 tells the story of its past. And reveals much about its future. The fenders are clearly shaped, highlighting the powerful geometry and design DNA. The curve of the hood, with its characteristic dynamic recess profiles and straight slope to the front fascia, is both a nod and a tribute to the first-generation 911 models. The shape and position of the LED headlights are also reminiscent of the first 911 generations. The cameras and sensors in the comfort and assistance systems are subtly integrated under the front fascia. The horizontal air intakes facilitate the on-demand supply of air, optimizing aerodynamics and ventilation through the active air intake flaps.