New 992 Porsche 911 GT3 Spotted at Gas Station, Sports Massive Rear Wing

We’ve been spying the GT Division toy since lat year, with prototypes currently being in the advanced testing stage – while you can check out a test car having lunch at the Nurburgring gas station in ‘

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  • Publisher: autoevolution
  • Date: 2019-02-23T12:53:58+00:00
  • Author: Andrei Tutu
  • Twitter: @_autoevolution_
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2020 Porsche 911 Price, Release Date, Reviews and News

Porsche doesn’t do revolution. If you want that from your next sports car, you should wait for Chevrolet and its next-generation mid-engine Corvette. Instead, the redesigned 2020 Porsche 911 epitomizes what this automaker does so well: subtle evolution. After a day behind the wheel on a racetrack and public roads in Spain, we can report that the new Porsche 911 sticks to what works but does just everything a bit better, too.

Rather than wholesale change, the eighth-generation 911 ‘ the 992, as Porsche calls it ‘ is a product of continual honing.

Aficionados will likely notice the updated bumpers, including the light bar that runs across the width of the rear. Owing to the constant yet gradual swelling of 911 proportions, the rear wheels have grown to 21 inches in diameter. The fronts remain 20 inches.

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