When Porsche unveiled the 992 at the LA Auto Show at the end of 2018, once again we were witness to a new 911 that had grown in every sense. Longer, wider, heavier and laden with all the latest automated driver aids and connective digital assistance. And once again, the next gen 911 promised to be both faster and more efficient. How do they keep on doing it? Porsche is only too keen to tell...
The new 3.0-litre flat-six makes 444bhp in Carrera S trim, with 530Nm of torque available from 2300rpm. That’s a gain of both 30bhp and 30Nm, all through relatively minor fettling, much of it based around the 911’s now universal turbocharging.
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