Serious interior changes planned for next-gen 911
It will be a big change from the current model, with the iconic sports car adopting the infotainment system from the Panamera and new Cayenne, as well as changes to the instrument cluster, which will see four digital dials flanking a central analogue speedo.
The centre console will get new Lamborghini-style buttons and there will be a new gear stick, which looks less like a useable component as the engineers push drivers towards using the paddle-shifters.
Porsche is also continuing development of its electric sports car, the Mission E.
The company is still constructing a new production facility for the electric model in Stuttgart, but the Mission E has been seen undergoing cold-weather testing in Scandinavia. – BD Motor News