The 2025 Porsche 911

The new 911 Carrera GTS is the first road-legal 911 model to feature a lightweight, performance-focused hybrid powertrain, at the core of which is a newly developed engine displacing 3.6 liters. The new 911 Carrera GTS Coupe accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds – 0.3 seconds quicker than before – and on to a top track speed of 194 mph.

The 911 Carrera has also been enhanced and will be available at launch powered by an updated version of the 3.0-liter twin-turbo boxer engine that is more powerful than before.  In addition to their more powerful engines, the new 911 models feature new design, further improved aerodynamics, new colors, a fresh interior, enhanced standard equipment and more extensive connectivity.

2025 Porsche 911

The 911 GTS also uses a newly developed, electrically driven turbocharger. An integrated electric motor, placed between the compressor wheel and the turbine wheel, speeds up the turbocharger very quickly to develop boost. This electric motor in the turbocharger also functions as a generator. Both the electrically driven turbocharger as well as the electric motor housed in the transmission are paired with a light and compact high-voltage battery. The heart of the T-Hybrid powertrain is a newly developed 3.6-liter boxer engine. Thanks to the high-voltage system, the compressor for the air conditioning system can be powered electrically, so there is no need for a belt drive, making the engine more compact.

For the first time, the 911 features a fully digital instrument cluster. The 12.6-inch curved display integrates elegantly into the new operating and display concept and can be extensively customized depending on the driver’s preference. It offers up to seven different display views, including an exclusive classic display based on the historic five tube design with a centrally positioned tachometer which has been a hallmark of the 911 from the start.

A RoadRunner report by Tosan Aduayi

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