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Porsche 911 (991) facelift (2016)

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Notapor A.P.M. » 01 Dic 2015, 03:05

Presentados los turbo y turbo S, con 540cv y 580cv respectivamente.

0-100km/h: 2,8s y 2,9s.
Vel. máxima: 330km/h (turbo S)

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Nota de prensa, en inglés
Redefining Fast: the New 2017 Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S

Top model of the 911 range offers more power, fresh design, and enhanced features

Atlanta, Georgia. Porsche will be off to a powerful start in 2016 when the 2017 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S make their world debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January. The top-of-the-line 911 models will be available in both coupe and convertible body styles and are equipped with engines offering 20 horsepower more than before, a sharper design, and enhanced features. The 3.8 liter twin-turbo six-cylinder engine powering the 911 Turbo now develops 540 hp. The increase in horsepower is achieved through modified intake ports in the cylinder heads, new fuel injectors, and higher fuel pressure. The 911 Turbo S now makes 580 hp thanks to new turbochargers with larger impeller. In addition to a higher maximum torque (553 lb.-ft. in overboost compared to 523 lb.-ft. on the Turbo), the Turbo S also has a higher redline (7200 rpm instead of 7000). Porsche is still the only manufacturer to use turbochargers with variable turbine geometry in gasoline engines.

The engines now also have a dynamic boost function, which improves throttle response during spirited driving. It maintains the boost pressure during load changes – i.e. when the accelerator pedal is briefly released. This is achieved by interrupting fuel injection, while the throttle valve remains partially open. As a result, the engine responds to changing throttle applications with practically no delay. The effects of this function are particularly pronounced in the Sport and Sport Plus modes.

The powertrain enhancements take the performance of the 911 Turbo models to even higher levels than before. The 911 Turbo S Coupe accelerates from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 2.8 seconds, making it 0.1 seconds faster than its predecessor. Its top track speed of 205 miles per hour has increased by 7 miles per hour. The 911 Turbo reaches 60 miles per hour from standstill in 2.9 seconds, and its top track speed is 198 miles per hour – 2 miles per hour faster than the previous model. In spite of this increased performance, further advanced electronic engine and transmission management with revised gear change mappings reduce fuel consumption. EPA fuel consumption ratings will be available at a later date.

A standard feature on all Turbo models: Sport Chrono Package with mode switch and Sport Response button.
The Sport Chrono Package is now a standard feature on all 911 Turbo models. This includes the new GT sport steering wheel in 918 Spyder design measuring 360 mm or 14.1 inches in diameter and is equipped with a mode switch. It consists of a rotary ring with stepped positions that can be used to select one of the four drivetrain modes Normal, Sport, Sport Plus, or Individual. The Individual setting lets the driver configure and store her or his preferred vehicle setup, including PDK shift strategy, throttle response and damper control. Another new feature of the Sport Chrono Package is the Sport Response button. When the black button located in the center of the mode switch is pressed, it preconditions the engine and transmission for the best possible responsiveness. In this state, the vehicle can produce optimal acceleration for up to 20 seconds.

The Porsche Stability Management (PSM) system in the 911 Turbo models now features a new PSM Sport Mode. When the PSM button on the center console is pressed once, PSM Sport Mode is activated. This new mode shifts the PSM's intervention to a higher threshold than was the case in Sport Plus mode on the previous model. PSM Sport Mode allows the driver to approach the limits of the car more closely, for example on a closed course. However, PSM still remains active to help the driver maintain vehicle stability. True to the Porsche philosophy of giving the driver the option of full vehicle control, a long press of the PSM button completely deactivates the system.

A full set of driving dynamic features
The chassis of the new 911 Turbo models with PASM as standard now offers an even greater spread between performance and comfort. In addition, the 911 Turbo S offers a full array of standard equipment for peak performance: the active roll stabilization program PDCC is standard on the S model as is the Porsche Composite Ceramic Brake (PCCB) system. New options for all 911 Turbo models include radar-based lane change assist and a lift system for the front axle that can be used to increase ground clearance by 40 mm or 1.5 inches measured at the front spoiler lip. Sport Chrono Package, Park Assist front and rear including reversing camera, and LED headlights with the Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS) are now standard on all 911 Turbo models. In addition to higher performance, the Turbo S models offer an even more extensive range of standard equipment than the Turbo variants, including 18-way Adaptive Sport Seats Plus with seat backrests in leather, a two-tone leather interior, LED headlights with PDLS+, Sport Design exterior mirrors, and Carbon Fiber interior trim.

Sharper design with new characteristics
Naturally, the new generation of 911 Turbo adopts significant design characteristics of the 2017 911 Carrera models, supplemented by typical 911 Turbo special features. The redesigned front end with side air blades and narrow LED front lights with double fillets promote the width of the car, as does the additional fin in the central air intake. All models are also fitted with new 20-inch wheels. The center lock wheels on the 911 Turbo S feature seven instead of ten double spokes. Measuring 9 J x 20 at the front and 11.5 J x 20 at the rear, the new wheels of the 911 Turbo models are each half an inch wider, equaling those of the 911 Turbo S in size. Just like on the 911 Carrera models, new door handles without recess covers give the car a sleeker look. The rear fascia was also thoroughly reworked. Three-dimensional rear lights with their four-point brake lights and aura-like illumination, familiar from the 911 Carrera series, catch the eye. The new models also feature redesigned dual tailpipes and exhaust tips. As before, the Turbo S can be distinguished by stainless steel exhaust tips in black chrome, while the Turbo is fitted with those in high gloss chrome. The new rear decklid grill now features three parts: the right and left sections have longitudinal vent vanes, and the middle cover is separated to optimize air induction for the engine.

New Porsche Communication Management with online navigation
As in all 2017 911 variants, the newly developed infotainment system, PCM with navigation, is standard. This system features a 7-inch multi-touch monitor with high-quality glass surface, which is perfectly integrated into the center console and offers numerous new and extended connectivity functions thanks to the standard Connect Plus module. Navigation can also access the latest online traffic information in real time (Google® StreetView). Routes and destinations can be visualized with 360-degree images and satellite images (Google® Earth). In addition, the system can now process handwritten inputs. Moreover, compatible cell phones and smartphones can now be integrated more quickly, easily and comprehensively than before via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or cable. Select vehicle functions can now be controlled remotely as well. As in the previous models, the 555 watt Bose sound system with 12 loudspeakers, an active subwoofer and center speaker is offered as standard; an 821 watt Burmester system with 12 loudspeakers and a 300 watt active subwoofer can be ordered as an option.
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Re: Porsche 911 (991) facelift (2016)

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Re: Porsche 911 (991) facelift (2016)

Notapor A.P.M. » 13 Abr 2016, 23:12

Filtración: El Carrera GTS facelift vendrá con el 3.0 6 cilindros boxer turbo
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Re: Porsche 911 (991) facelift (2016)

Notapor A.P.M. » 09 Ene 2017, 11:36

Presentado el GTS
3.0 turbo 450cv y 550Nm
0-100km/h: 3.6seg
Consumo medio: 8.3 L/100km

Versiones: Carrera GTS, Carrera 4 GTS, Carrera GTS Cabriolet, Carrera 4 GTS Cabriolet y Targa 4 GTS

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Re: Porsche 911 (991) facelift (2016)

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Re: Porsche 911 (991) facelift (2016)

Notapor Azog » 10 Ene 2017, 15:29

Se empiezan a filtrar algunos datos del próximo GT2 RS:


Picture CUP front with big canards on the front, active aero bladder from the TTS, a little Gurney on the front bumper right in front of the front radiator outlet.
Same front fenders as the 991.1RS but reworked to fit 275/285.

Rear:
Big, semi active rear wing a hybrid wing between the current RS wing that moves like the TTS /918 wing, huge defuser between to cannon-like exhausts.
No manual.
Updated RWS.
Updated electric steering rack.
Updated PDKS gearing and programming. So no longer only granny mode and bat**** mode but sport, sport +, extreme and Race and Race Custom.
Same button with more settings as on the current C2S steering wheel.
Race custom allows you to adjust ABS, e-Diff, SC threshold and 3 settings for downforce.
SC can only be fully deactived with full downforce engaging over 60MPH.

Power
Bigger scoops for the air intakes a la GT4 plus fixed scoops worked into duck tail underneath the active rear wing. 700HP 640lb for 15 seconds on overboost.

Tires:
Next spec MPSC2, 285 / 345.

Colors:
CUP White and German flag colors as Mr Porsche intended are free.
All colors available in PTS from beginning to end of production run.

Brakes:
This time no std PCCB as already proven the 991 steel brake system is plenty strong and durable enough but a little more front brake cooling is added and a proper Movit based CCB system is optional. CF Carbon Revolution and Magnesium BBS wheels optional. Part of two track packages a la Weisach edition of the 918.

Clubsport package now available in the US but must be dealer installed with the CS package interior options reduced to current RS option list.
CS in a box + dealer install is an expensive option but it comes with a Barber track day to explain all the track setup of the systems.

Non-CS cars get sofas dont get the track packages option but all options available on the TTS are available. There will be a valet setting.

Base price $225K, CS package is 20k (Free ROW again) and can be optioned to well over $350K ...

No bull**** limited number plaque on the dash, same production numbers as the 991.1RS, the GT2RS is a direct replacement. No more NA RS.

Will remain in production along the TTS until 991 production seizes.
This will be the last steel tub, flat6, non hybrid RS.

Next 992RS will be similar with the 918 driveline mated to a flat8 in a CF tub

Como veis tendrá 700 caballitos, brutal va a ser este coche, y como leeréis también los próximos 992RS llevarán motor flat8 algo lógico teniendo en cuenta que un flat 6 se queda corto con la competencia en versiones atmosféricas con lo cual parece que los Carrera "normales" llevarán un 6 cilindros y las versiones GT3/RS y GT2RS optaran por motores de 8 cilindros, al parecer los próximos 992 turbo/s que verán la luz alrededor de 2020 llevarán el motor del 991 GT2 RS con un sistema híbrido.
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Re: Porsche 911 (991) facelift (2016)

Notapor BLACK_SLR » 08 Mar 2017, 01:58

Impresionante, bellisimo... Ideal para vender el alma...
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Re: Porsche 911 (991) facelift (2016)

Notapor VLC911 » 09 Mar 2017, 00:47

9.000 rpm :D
El último y el mejor
Ahora a ver qué queda...GT2 RS con 650cv (espero que alguno más :( )
Y se comenta algo de una versión final del 911, CS o Touring, una especie de R pero sin limitar. Que igual acaba siendo algo tipo SportClassic o Speedster
También puede llegar en los próximos meses una opción Touring para el GT3, se dice que con asientos traseros o sin alerón. O ambos :o
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Re: Porsche 911 (991) facelift (2016)

Notapor VLC911 » 08 Jun 2017, 09:53

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Turbo S Exclusive Series

607cv, mucho carbono (capo y techo son de carbono y las "stripes" son partes sin pintar). Un color un poco peculiar de lanzamiento, pero también está disponible en otros colores. 500 unidades.
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Re: Porsche 911 (991) facelift (2016)

Notapor A.P.M. » 09 Jun 2017, 01:05

Lo completo ;)

0-100 km/h: 2,9 seg
0-200 km/h: 9,6 seg
vel máxima: 330 km/h
consumo: 9,1 l/100 km y 212 g/km de CO2

carroceria: exclusiva pintura Amarillo Oro Metalizado (hay diversos colores disponibles) y los diferentes elementos de carbono, como el capó, el techo y los estribos laterales. La zaga, por su parte, se caracteriza por el alerón del Turbo Aerokit, el nuevo faldón, las tomas de aire en carbono y el sistema de escape con dos tubos dobles hechos de acero inoxidable en negro. Las aletas laterales del alerón están decoradas con la placa Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur y rematan el conjunto las llantas de 20 pulgadas tras las que se esconden unas pinzas de freno carbocerámicas en color negro


interior: asientos deportivos regulables en 18 posiciones cubiertos de dos capas de cuero perforado con las letras Turbo S bordadas sobre los reposacabezas, el techo forrado de Alcántara con una doble tira de Amarillo Oro, una placa identificativa de esta edición limitada o umbrales de las puertas iluminados con la denominación Exclusive Series.

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Re: Porsche 911 (991) facelift (2016)

Notapor A.P.M. » 12 Jun 2017, 01:08

Y aqui el integrante mas bestia, el GT2 RS
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Y aqui algo de info, a ver si se confirma
https://www.autonocion.com/oficial-este ... 11-gt2-rs/
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Re: Porsche 911 (991) facelift (2016)

Notapor marea » 12 Jun 2017, 01:18

El artículo pone GT2, pero en las fotos pone GT3... haber si se aclaran en la redacción... o en la propia Porsche, por que no es descartable que el error sea suyo y el becario no tenga culpa.
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Re: Porsche 911 (991) facelift (2016)

Notapor A.P.M. » 12 Jun 2017, 09:19

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Re: Porsche 911 (991) facelift (2016)

Notapor A.P.M. » 12 Jun 2017, 09:23

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Re: Porsche 911 (991) facelift (2016)

Notapor VLC911 » 13 Jun 2017, 13:53

marea escribió:El artículo pone GT2, pero en las fotos pone GT3... haber si se aclaran en la redacción... o en la propia Porsche, por que no es descartable que el error sea suyo y el becario no tenga culpa.

No entiendo tu comentario. No veo donde pone GT3 :(
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