2016 Porsche 911 Turbo - Porsche Cars Review
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2016 Porsche 911 Turbo, 2016 Porsche 911 although have no drastic changes but it does not mean that there are no improvements at all. From the spy photos, the company tries to hide the changes by wrapping it and the first thing that you could notice from the prototype it is about the redesigned door handles. The rear part of 2016 Porsche 911, it will be available with re-sculptured bumper and a new graphic is presented for the tail lamps. The engine grille goes with more classic-looking inserts. For the styling revisions, it is expected that the final production will make us see about the restyled front bumper, the new LED daytime running lights and the updated headlamps. Other changes that are quite possible are the new air intakes, the low and elongated front end and roof, the new air vents for both front and rear bumper and the rear spoiler with sportier look than before. Unfortunately, there is no information at all available for the cabin, how it looks and what is new around it. But, some refreshments are totally possible for 2016 Porsche 911.The powertrain is designed in order to give incredible performance. The car is available in order to produce the output for about 520 horsepower. Amazingly, about 3.0 seconds the car could go from 0 to 60 mph sprints along with Sport Chrono package. For the Turbo S version in 2016 Porsche 911, it could deliver the power for about 560 horsepower and the acceleration goes with the total time for about 2.9 seconds.Although there is no hint at all from the company, likely the car could be available to release in the end of 2015. With the mid-cycle update, it is reasonable if the car has higher price tag to offer than the current version. For more details, we cannot reveal a lot of things yet right now because the car is still under the development to make it as the new 2016 Porsche 911.
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