TwinfanMotorheadHere's an interesting option for those choosing the full bucket seat option next year: https://www.pistonheads.com/news/ph-germancars/porsche-develops-3d-printed-seats-for-718-and-911/42046 They're expensive enough as they are at the moment, so I wonder what the premium's going to be for these? JeffIt's going to make buying a used car interesting if the first owner ticked this option. I assume the inserts can be changed but replacements will have to factor in to the trade-in and/or purchase cost. [puts on protective flame suit] A bit like PCCBs, they seem to be trying to solve a problem that doesn't exist in a road car [runs and hides]
MotorheadHere's an interesting option for those choosing the full bucket seat option next year: https://www.pistonheads.com/news/ph-germancars/porsche-develops-3d-printed-seats-for-718-and-911/42046 They're expensive enough as they are at the moment, so I wonder what the premium's going to be for these? Jeff
MotorheadIt seems that Porsche are now following suit from premium and other car suppliers and closing down production; a fortnight suspension at the moment. Inevitably that's going to impact delivery dates for those those who've either locked their spec or are hoping to secure a build-slot. Jeff
Peterh61I totally agree. I used to get scowled at my loud exhaust on the 991 GTS and was getting more conscious of it recently.
TwinfanWhile the individual comments on each car can be interesting, I always find those types of comparisons utterly pointless. Who is cross shopping a 4-seat comfort spec Grand Tourer with a turbo engine and PDK, against a naturally aspirated track-leaning mid-engined two seater with a manual gearbox? No-one, that's who. It's a waste of copy. Rant over.
TwinfanNo, there's a video (a few months old) to go with it...
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