2018 Porsche 911 Concept, Redesign, Specs, Release Date, Price

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For years, rumors are attacking the Porsche 911 which mentioned about the gasoline-electric hybrid engine. As usual, we found no official confirmation at all until we are writing this review. But later, we found a hint. Obviously, it is a precious hint to start our expectation to the upcoming 2018 Porsche 911. It seems the company started to give a confirmation via twitter. In that post, they mentioned that they are working for something meaningful for the future of this car. The decision will be made to create a big success for their ten years’ time. We think that this post must be connected to the rumors of its engine and it sounds so true because it was posted by the company boss, Oliver Blume.

2018 Porsche 911 Redesign
2018 Porsche 911 Exterior

About all models, there will be no drastic change foe its bodywork. The type of drivetrain is still unveiled but it will be placed and mounted out back with the redesigned current platform. Although the change is quite minor, you can find distinctive look if you want to look back to the five decades before. The car will be released with the evolutionary design than revolutionary for 2018 Porsche 911.

2018 Porsche 911 Interior

The evolutionary concept will be kept to its cabin design. The advantage is that the new technology features will be added includes digital instrument cluster.

2018 Porsche 911 Engine

For its technical details, nothing much revealed but the company insiders state to British automotive magazine that at this time they are currently working to develop the 2018 Porsche 911 hybrid. This is the action that they must take because the strict regulation of emissions that will be released in 2020 especially for the European market. There is also a strong indication that the company will develop all-electric sports car models that are still in the form of a plan because the company needs time to reevaluate the urgency for this project.
On the other hands, it does not matter if the company does not support it with the all hybrid designs. The base model can be installed with twin-turbocharged 3.0 liter of capacity and flat-six engine that was prepared for the 2017 Carrera and Carrera S at Frankfurt Motor Show last year. Porsche will also carry over the rear and all-wheel design even if the 2018 Porsche 911 hybrid will be exclusively mated with the latest configuration.

2018 Porsche 911 Release Date and Price

2018 Porsche 911 might be scheduled for its release at Paris Motor Show as 2019 version. Its sale can be started in the following year.