The 7th Generation 911 (Type 991) marked an evolutionary step in the history of the 911 Carrera. Chief Designer Michael Mauer was tasked with taking the iconic model into another whilst respecting two key principals: that the roof line taper down into the rear and that the front wings are higher than the lid – both synonymous with Porsche design since 1963. Compared to the previous 997 Generation, the 991 increased its wheelbase 100mm and overall length by 70mm. With a redesigned transaxle, it was possible to move the engine further rearward, significantly improving weight distribution and performance and the use of high-strength steel, aluminium and composite material reduced weight from its predecessor. The result is a perfect combination of thoroughbred sportscar with the combination of every usability and unmistakably Porsche. Equipped with a 3.4 litre flat-six boxer engine, the 911 Carrera develops 350hp (257kW) at 7,400 rpm with a maximum torque of 390Nm available 5,600 rpm. This takes the sprint of the 911 Carrera from 0-100km/h in just 4.8 seconds with a top speed of 289 km/h With an increase in standard equipment, the 991 Type 911 features 19″ Carrera Design Alloy, Sport P
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