The most anticipated release in the entire lineup, the new Porsche 911. The 992 is a perfect balance of new vs old, bringing back some of the favored elements of previous models with a pinch of something new and modern. Porsche seems to be on a path to simplify and streamline its interiors with the 2019/2020 models. Most prominently in the 911 where most times there would be buttons have now been replaced by a place on a screen making for a more visually appealing console.
Larger and more in charge than ever the new 911 is both longer and wider than before. They say good things come in small packages and with larger wheels in the back than in the front making for a more compact appearance. The headlights which are set at a sharper angle like some of its earlier generations. The door handles have been changed and cleaned up for a more streamlined exterior. Equipped with an exhaust that is highly reminiscent of a GT2. This redesign is not a sight for sore eyes, with a brand new 8-speed dual clutch system it's beat its predecessor by 5 seconds around the Nurburgring.
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My name is Haoyu Zhou but you can just call me Irwin. My experience working in the automotive industry has spanned over 10 years. I started my automotive career working for a generalized chassis manufacturing company and worked my way up to vehicle sales. Working in the car industry has taught me that there are plenty of opportunities within this field.
My motivation to work is my family. I like to start every day fresh and work hard; every day is a new day for me at Porsche. I am looking forward to growing with this team and would like to invite all of my clients, past, present, and future, to drop by Porsche Centre Winnipeg.
Date Posted: February 28, 2019