2019 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio Spied Review

2019 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio Spied Review

For decades, Porsche has released a number of high performance sports cars. After years of racing pedigree, futuristic innovation and cut-throat performance, the 992-generation of the model is here. The 2019 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio is currently undergoing testing and is bound for release soon. Here is more about the car.

Exterior design

The 2019 Porche 911 Turbo Cabrio Spied revealed a redesigned front fascia. Its nose has been reshaped to make room for a larger front air intake vent. There are some extra sensors incorporated into this section of the car. They facilitate a variety of vehicle guidance systems, driver assist and 360 degree views of the car.

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There are also slim, horizontal LED foglights on the upper left and right parts of the front air vent. The bonnet is longer and slopes lower towards the front. The headlights still have the traditional upright oval shape and contain LED technology.

2019 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio

The fenders are muscular and sculpted. They provide extra room for the large sporty wheels. The windshield is aerodynamic and medium-sized. It also has a more upright angle than most other sports cars in the same category as the Porsche 911.

A pair of indicators is incorporated into the exterior section of the car’s front wheel wells. There are also some on the rear view mirrors. The new car has 2 doors and a coupe body.

The rear section of the car is just as sporty as the front. It also features more dramatic lines. A vent with vertical fins sits right below the rear window. It has a red LED brake light in the middle. This vent covers the car’s powerful engine. A narrow, red, horizontal LED bar stretches all across the new car’s rear.

It is surrounded by thin black carbon fiber highlights and brings to mind the Porsche Panamera. The rear bumper is muscular. Two pairs of tailpipes sandwich the license plate holder. Towards the curvaceous corners of the car there are some red reflectors as well. The new car rides on 20 inch, cast alloy wheels.

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Interior design

The new Porsche has a redesigned interior that emphasizes the car’s sporty capability. Upon stepping into the 2019 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio, you can find a 3-spoke steering wheel. It has some tactile buttons on its left and right spokes. They facilitate the driver with extended control over the car’s internal systems.

On the rear part of the steering wheel is a pair of paddle shifters. They sit right in front of a collection of analog dials. These dials deliver information about the speed, mileage, revolutions and gears of the new sports car.

There is a large 10 inch touch screen on the upper part of the center stack. Here, you can get information about the car’s navigation, air conditioning system and infotainment. Below the screen is a row of buttons. A gear selector is also positioned in front of the center stack. It is fitted into a panel made of brushed aluminum.

Some touch-sensitive buttons are situated along the lower part of this panel as well. In the section between the seats, there is a cup holder. A storage box is also located right behind it. The new sports car can seat 2 people comfortably. It is upholstered in leather and can be decorated with carbon fiber accents throughout the cabin.

Engine specs

The new 2019 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio Spied revealed that it has a flat-six boxer engine. This powerplant delivers 380 hp (horsepower). This is increased to 440 hp in the S-trim of the car. Power is delivered to the wheels through a PDK dual-clutch automatic transmission. The car uses a Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD) setup. For even more power, the engine is fully turbocharged.

2019 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio

This sports car will also be available with a Hybrid engine. This powerplant is made up of a 3.0 liter engine coupled to a 10.8kWh electricity power pack. Both engines sprint from 0 to 60 mph in only 3.5 seconds and can achieve a maximum speed of 197 mph.

Release Date, Price and Availability

This new Porsche will be available in 2019. Its base trim will have a price tag of £46,344.00. The S-trim will be a bit more expensive due to the extra equipment.


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