Many of our friends and customers are Porsche fanatics and they relish the release of new models, along with details about the new 911 series. We’ve had a sneak peek at the new 992 series and they look fabulous (what else would you expect) but there’s no sign of any naturally-aspirated variants this time around. The move to turbo-only will be complete with the new 992 series, though an exciting development will be the development and release of hybrid models – a first for 911s.

The all-new 911 will debut at the much anticipated LA motor show this month and we hear that the range might eventually stretch to 24 variants, including a Carrera 4 E-hybrid and Turbo S E-hybrid, possibly in 2020. It’s been suggested this Turbo S E-Hybrid might outgun the 572bhp of the current 3.8-litre six-cylinder Turbo S – perhaps offering in excess of 600bhp. Then it’s just a matter of finding the money to buy one, and finding a road in Australia you can use some of that awesome power! Good luck with both of those challenges.

Some images of the new 992 series are starting to leak out – these here were first seen on So as Molly Meldrum might say, “do yourself a favour, and check them out”. We’d be interested to know your thoughts.