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Porsche 992

 The  Porsche  992

 Is  the  designation  for  the  eighth  generation  of  the  rear  engine  sports  car  produced  by  the German  automobile  manufacturer  Porsche.  It  was  officially  introduced  at  the  Porsche Experience  Center,  Los  Angeles on November  27, 2018  It  will  launch  in  European  markets  in early  2019.

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Desing  by  Benjamin  Baum,  Thomas  Stopka,  Ivan  von  Hulten,  The  992  uses  rack-and-pinion steering  and  has  a  MacPherson  strut  front  suspension  and  a  multi-link  rear  suspension.  The 992  has  wide  rear-wheel  arches  which  will  be  a  part  of  every  model  in  the  992  lineage (a change  only  found  on  all-wheel-drive  variants  of  the  911  previously)  along  with  19-inch  wheels.

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Compared  to  its  predecessor,  the  992  is  45 mm  (1.8 in)  wider  and  now  uses  aluminium body  panels.  The  992  also  has  a  new  rear  bumper  with  larger  exhaust  tips  than  its predecessor.  The  front  of  the  car  is  designed  to  mimic  the  appearance  of  an  early  911  in  a  modern fashion. 992  models  have  electrical  pop-out  door  handles, a  retractable  rear  spoiler  (for  specific  models  only)  and  LED  headlights.  All  models  also  feature  a  full-length rear  light  bar.The  interior  also  has  received  significant  changes  including  a  straighter dashboard  which  harks  back  to  the  shape  of  the  dash  board  used  on  the  classic  911. The instrument  cluster  consists  of  two  7-inch  digital  displays  and  an  analogue  tachometer.

The  maximum  speed  is 308 km / h for  the  Carrera  S  and 306 km / h in the Carrera 4S all-wheel drive  variant, while  the  acceleration  is  better  in  the  latter,  which  reaches 0 to 100 km / h in 3 , 4 seconds.

This  is  not  the  case, since  these  are  completely  new  engines, in  which  many  aspects  have  been worked  on  to  make  them  more  powerful,  efficient  and  with  a  better  response.

Equipped  with  standard  equipment  includes  a  10.9-inch  display  with  Porsche  Communication Management  (PCM)  and  navigation  system,  and  driver  assistance  systems  including  collision detection  with  braking  intervention. A  Wet  Mode  feature  is  also  introduced  on  the  992 which  uses  acoustic  sensors  on  the  Wheel  wells  to  detect  wet  pavement  and  adjusts  the stability  control , the  rear  wing  position,  and gearbox  responsiveness  to  keep  the  car stable.

Optional  equipment  includes  adaptive  cruise  control,  night  vision,  automatic  parking, and sports  suspensión  which  lowers  the  car  by  10 mm  (0.4 in). A  Sport  Chrono  package  is  also available  on  all  models  and  features  an  overboost  function  that  provides  increased performance  for  20  seconds. 0–100 km/h (62 mph)  acceleration  times  are  decreased  by  0.2 second.

The  engines  have  piezo  injection,  a  revised  intake  system,  and—in  some  markets  under Euro-6  regulations—have  engine  particulate  filters. The  only  available  transmission  is  an  8-speed  dual-clutch  transmission (PDK).

the car is faster than its predecessor, something that also corroborate the official figures. The 911 Carrera S accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.7 seconds, a figure that is reduced by two tenths if it carries the Sport Chrono package. So, in pure acceleration is up to 0.6 seconds faster than its predecessor, which moving in such low numbers, is quite an evolution.