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New Porsche 911 Unveiled With Hybrid Performance!

Modified On May 29, 2024 11:05 AM By Dipan for Porsche 911

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Porsche’s updated 911 gets design tweaks, more features as standard, and new powertrains, including the first hybrid option in the new Carrera GTS

2025 Porsche 911 Targa 4, 911 Carerra, and 911 GTS

  • The 911 Carrera GTS has a 3.6-litre six-cylinder turbo-petrol engine with a hybrid system making a combined 541 PS and 610 Nm
  • Design updates include new LED Matrix headlights, updated bumpers, and a new rear light bar with Porsche badging
  • Standard rear-wheel steering and PASM sports suspension for better driving dynamics
  • New 12.6-inch fully digital driver’s display and updated 10.9-inch infotainment system
  • The 911 Carrera features a revamped 3-litre twin-turbo boxer engine with 394 PS and 450 Nm
  • India launch expected by late 2024 or early 2025

The newest version of the Porsche 911 has been unveiled, the facelifted version of the 992-generation. It has made its debut in just the Carrera and Carrera GTS versions n updated cabin and, of course, more performance. This new 911 is even more significant as it marks the end of its ICE purity and introduces the first road-going hybrid version in the moniker’s 61-year history. Here’s everything you should know about the all-new (but still kind of the same) Porsche 911.

New Porsche 911 GTS

Hybrid, But Only For Performance

While the Porsche 911 was the brand’s last bastion for motoring purity as carmakers are being forced to electrify due to the increasingly stringent emission norms, it’s not all doom and gloom from the perspective of outright performance. Unlike a few other high-performance hybrids, this is not a plug-in system with a pure EV mode. The new 911 GTS debuts the Porsche T-Hybrid tech, a lightweight hybrid powertrain. It features a newly developed 3.6-litre six-cylinder turbocharged boxer engine, an electric motor for the turbocharger to build up boost immediately, and another motor integrated into the 8-speed dual-clutch PDK transmission for extra performance. Combined, the 911 GTS has a performance output of 541 PS and 610 Nm. 

New Porsche 911 T-Hybrid powertrain

It accelerates from 0-100 kmph in 3.0 seconds and has a top speed of 312 kmph. This new 911 GTS, Porsche claims, lapped the 20.8 km Nurburgring Nordschleife 8.7 seconds quicker than its predecessor. Already available for bookings in Europe, you can have the 911 GTS with choice of rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive setups.

The 911 Carrera still has a 3-litre twin-turbo boxer engine, which has been completely rebuilt. It now uses the intercooler from the Turbo models, which was previously reserved for the GTS models. With these changes, it generates 394 PS and 450 Nm. 

2025 911 Carerra

Familiar Exterior

The new Porsche 911 looks a lot like the one before, but as always, it features subtle but impactful design changes front and rear. It now comes with new LED Matrix headlights, integrating all lighting features into one cluster. The car has larger lower air intakes with active air flaps on the GTS and relocated front ADAS sensors under the licence plate.

2025 Porsche 911 GTS front bumper

At the rear, there's a new light bar for the connected tail lamp design with Porsche badging, a redesigned grille, and a variable rear spoiler. The 911 Carrera GTS also comes with a standard sport exhaust system, which helps differentiate it from other models.

New Porsche 911 GTS rear

Revised Chassis

The new Porsche 911 Carrera GTS gets better to drive in every way and now includes standard rear-wheel steering and PASM sport suspension with adaptive dampers, riding 10mm lower than the standard Carrera. Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC) is optional, using electro-hydraulics powered by the high-voltage battery for improved performance. The GTS also has wider rear tyres and offers drag-reducing wheels among the standard 19/20-inch and 20/21-inch options.

Revamped Interiors

Inside, the new Porsche 911 comes in two-seater or 2+2 configurations. The instrument cluster is now fully digital with a 12.6-inch curved display. The 10.9-inch centre touchscreen for the infotainment system has an updated PCM system for easier access to drive modes and settings, video streaming while parked, and native apps for Apple Music and Spotify. The car features wireless phone charging up to 15W in a cooled compartment, high-power USB-C PD ports, standard ambient lighting, and a drive mode switch on the steering wheel for the standard Carrera.

2025 Porsche 911 Carerra interiors

Expected Launch

Both the new 911 Carrera (coupe and Cabriolet) and Carrera GTS are available to order globally and may arrive in India by late 2024 or early 2025. Following the 911's hybridisation, the smaller 718 will also undergo electrification, making the Porsche lineup increasingly electric. Currently, the T-Hybrid powertrain is exclusive to the GTS, with more hybrid versions expected. The hybrid 911, upon its India launch, will likely be priced higher than the current 911 Carrera, starting from Rs 1.86 crore (ex-showroom), and will compete with the Ferrari 296 GTB and McLaren Artura.


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