2020 Porsche 911 Interior Revealed in Mark Webber Test Drive Video

Probably the most anticipated premiere of the Los Angeles Auto Show which kicks off on Wednesday is the new Porsche 911. Already seen in leaked official images last weekend, the new 911 shows its racing side in a new 2-minute long video.
2020 Porsche 911 interior 20 photos
Photo: Porsche
2020 Porsche 9112020 Porsche 9112020 Porsche 9112020 Porsche 9112020 Porsche 9112020 Porsche 9112020 Porsche 911 (992)2020 Porsche 911 (992)2020 Porsche 911 (992)Miami Blue 2020 Porsche 911Miami Blue 2020 Porsche 9112019 Porsche 9112019 Porsche 9112019 Porsche 9112019 Porsche 9112019 Porsche 9112019 Porsche 9112019 Porsche 9112019 Porsche 911
At the helm of the new sports car sat former professional racing driver Mark Alan Webber, a longtime favorite of the Stuttgart-based carmaker. Thanks to him, the world gets to see for the first time the incredible interior of the new 911.

After driving the car around a Stuttgart track, Webber says the new 911 is not only a delight to look at, but also a great car to drive. He says that thanks to the wide front axle the cornering performance and turning-in are more precise than ever, while the differently sized front and rear wheels make for all the difference in the world when changing direction in a heartbeat.

The car we get to see in this video is nearly camouflage-free, with only a few minor components still covered in one way or another.

There is no official info yet on the engines to power the new 911, but word around the industry is that more punch than in the current generation is to be expected.

On the Carrera S version which appears to be depicted in the leaked photos of last weekend, for instance, the turbocharged flat 6 engine is expected to develop 30 horsepower more than the current one, for a total of 444 hp.

Power is likely to be sent to the wheels via a new 8-speed double clutch transmission that will replace the current 7-speed one.

As for the electrification of the new 911 range, we'll probably get to see a hybrid version in the months ahead. Also expect a bunch of variants of the model, including Turbo and GT3.

A convertible variant of the new 911 is expected to be presented sometime next year.

As an appetizer to Wednesday’s launch, take a look at the video below.

If you liked the article, please follow us:  Google News icon Google News Youtube Instagram
press release
About the author: Daniel Patrascu
Daniel Patrascu profile photo

Daniel loves writing (or so he claims), and he uses this skill to offer readers a "behind the scenes" look at the automotive industry. He also enjoys talking about space exploration and robots, because in his view the only way forward for humanity is away from this planet, in metal bodies.
Full profile


Would you like AUTOEVOLUTION to send you notifications?

You will only receive our top stories