Many of our friends and customers are Porsche fanatics and they relish the release of new models, as they did when they learned the details of the 992 series, released in 2018. We were able to have a sneak peek at the new 992 series and they looked fabulous (what else would you expect) but there were no signs of any naturally-aspirated variants that 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 made its debut at the LA motor show in 2018 and we heard that the range might eventually stretch to 24 variants, including a Carrera 4 E-hybrid and Turbo S E-hybrid. 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.