On Tuesday 8 December we welcomed 340 customers and their guests to Porsche Centre Chester to witness the unveiling of the new 911.
The new 911 will be produced with biturbo engines for the first time in the Carrera and Carrera S models. Both cars offer amazing performance and fuel economy from their 3-litre engines and stay true to the flat-six 911 tradition, with huge benefits in terms of performance.
Amongst other changes, the communication system has been fully updated and now includes Google Earth navigation, Apple CarPlay and Google Earth street view. Visually, the air intakes have been redesigned to channel cooling air to the engine and turbochargers. For more information, and to discover the new Porsche 911, please visit the web special .
To experience the new 911 for yourself, please visit Porsche Centre Chester from 17 of December when we will have the car on display in the showroom.
We would also like to thank everyone who attended the launch for making it a huge success. We look forward to welcoming you back to the Centre soon.
To see our selection of photographs from the evening please visit our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/porschecentrechester
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