With more power and features, the new Porsche 911 would be unveiled later this year most likely at the Los Angeles Motor Show to be held in November.
A version of the new 911 will come with features like advanced four-wheel drive turbo, which Porsche insiders say will make as much as 608HP, almost equal to the limited-edition 911 Turbo S Exclusive.
The new 911 will also have significant structural improvement over its predecessors and will use a platform which has been developed in fact for the third gen Audi R8 and successor to the Lamborghini Huracan. Apart from having conventional diesel and petrol models, the new 911 will also have a plug-in hybrid model in its line up.
Transmission choices would include either a seven-speed manual or a seven-speed dual clutch automatic gearbox.