Porsche Showcases the 2019 911 GT3 RS

New 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 RS is a serious 520-hp sports machine

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Although Porsche hasn't revealed any details yet we know that the new 911 will come with the digital instrument cluster.

Autonomous driving is another key trend in motoring today, with more and more cars featuring semi-autonomous driving aids that can take control of the vehicle in predictable situations, such as driving on the motorway.

Achleitner describes the 911 as "the heart of the company", acknowledging that he bears a heavy burden as custodian of the 911's future. "[The] 911 will be one of the last cars to drive autonomously".

August Achleitner, 911-model line director, spills the beans to one of the big magazines.

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Other sport centric features include wider tracks both at the front and rear, Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus, variable rear limited slip differential and the widest of tyres yet to be seen on a 911 to date.

"The new 911, too, will be the best 911 of all time".

Porsche has released the first official teaser photos of the 2019 Porsche 911 (992), which is expected to debut later this year. But as serious as Porsche is about taking on the Tesla Model S, don't expect the Mission E's electric powertrain to make it into the 911 anytime soon. "What's crucial, rather, is that every innovation be offered in a typical Porsche manifestation". As the industry shifts toward automation and electrification, Achleitner thinks back to the "outdated" navigation system found in the 996 - "the auto suffers for it", he says. "But it could be an option somewhere down the line". Achleitner noted these types of assistance systems are "convenient and useful" but drivers need to be able to switch them off as desired.

You can choose from coupe, convertible or targa body styles, slim-hipped or widebody versions, two-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive, manual or automatic and turbocharged or naturally aspirated versions. Pricing is yet to be announced, but the existing range starts at £77,891 for the Carrera model, and culminates with the ballistic, limited-edition GT2 RS at £207,506.

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