The 911, the 911 Turbo, the Cayman and the Porsche Macan are the cars that all Porsche enthusiasts will soon be familiar with, but their cars aren’t the only ones.
A new generation of 911s has been launched with a completely new chassis.
This time around, the cars are all equipped with new aerodynamic features and a completely different suspension.
But how are they different?
How are they going to stand up to the most extreme conditions and how are the Porsche 917s and 918s going to hold up in the extreme?
Let’s take a closer look.
The Porsche 919 is a lightweight car, but its main advantage is its aerodynamic shape.
It looks like a supercar, but there are no air intakes and no exhaust pipes.
The car also has no wheels, just a set of two wheels.
There are no wheels on the nose, just wheels on either side of the car.
The wheels are made of carbon fibre.
Porsche calls this “coupe-like carbon” and it is actually made of a very thin layer of carbon fibres.
The carbon layer is the same thickness as the body, so it does not touch the air or water in the cabin.
When you lift the car, it stays on the ground and you can feel the weight on the outside of the body.
There is also a large diffuser.
The air intake on the Porsche 911 is very thin.
It is only about 0.2 millimetres wide and it connects to a metal frame with a diameter of just over 0.5 millimetre.
The body itself is made of aluminium, which is only 1.6 millimetries thick.
The air intake is also very thin, which means it does nothing to slow down the airflow in the engine bay.
This is important because if the car is towing the rear wheels, the airflow will have to pass through the engine before it reaches the wheels.
The intake has to be very narrow.
It also has a large vent hole.
This allows for an efficient flow of air into the engine compartment.
The Porsche 911 Turbo is one of the more expensive cars in the 911 family.
Its engine is a twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 with a claimed torque of 456Nm (400kW) and a claimed peak power of 645Nm.
The engine produces 400kg (912Nm).
It weighs a hefty 531kg (1350Nm) and the car has a maximum top speed of 310kmh (187mph).
The Porsche 911 GT3 RS is a much lighter car with a turbocharged 2.0L turbocharged engine with a maximum output of 500Nm and a top speed in excess of 250kmh.
It weighs around 380kg (856Nr).
The engine is connected to a six-speed automatic transmission.
The 911 GT2 RS is another slightly lighter car that uses a twin turbocharged 3.0G engine with an output of 350Nm, with a top-speed of 260kmh and a maximum torque of 500 Nm.
It’s also available with a six speed manual transmission.
All of these cars are also capable of achieving maximum torque through a special clutch, which has a variable clutch ratio.
The gearbox is controlled by a sensor that sits on the rear of the driver’s seat.
The sensors are mounted in a position where the driver can easily adjust the ratio of the clutch to the speed of the transmission.
The 918, 919 and 917 are the most expensive cars of the new generation.
The new 911 GTs are the quickest cars in their class.
The 918 has a top speeds of 310kph (187kmh), the 919 has a torque of 545Nr (500kW), and the 917 is also capable, at the moment, of reaching maximum torque in excess.
The new 911s also have a very high coefficient of drag (Cd) rating, which stands for the coefficient of friction of a vehicle, and the cars do have much more fuel consumption than their predecessors.
The cars are still extremely lightweight, but they have a much higher capacity to store energy than their older sibling.
The 911s and their GT3RS siblings are also quite popular among Porsche enthusiasts.
They are used by the famous Porsche Club members.
The Club has several events in the US, and they organise special events for Porsche enthusiasts in the country.
It can be seen on social media that Porsche enthusiasts are taking to social media to ask the Club to offer them an extra year of warranty for their 911s.
The 2017 Porsche 911 Cayman has the same engines as the 2017 911 Turbo and the same powertrain.
Its powertrain is also similar to that of the 918.
The Cayman is also available in a few other colours, and you have to look hard to find one in