Every element fulfils a function. From this principle, the 911 draws its inner strength. The logical consequence of this is the 911 Carrera’s very low drag coefficient of 0.29.
The air intakes on the front end have been enlarged to provide increased cooling power and give an even more dynamic appearance.
Bi-xenon headlights are fitted as standard on all 911 models. The indicators and LED daytime running lights and position lights are harmoniously integrated into the separate front light units above the outer air intakes for an imposing look. The optional dynamic cornering lights have a swivelling module for the dipped beams – visible engineering for improved visibility.
As with the modified exterior mirrors which provide an even better rearward view.
The rear end, too, has undergone a restyling. The imposing LED taillights are drawn right into the wing and taper off to the outside. Unmistakable – especially at night. The stainless steel tailpipes, designed as twin tailpipes on the S model range, are integrated seamlessly. Another important aesthetic contribution is the new wheel design. As standard, 911 Carrera models are fitted with 18-inch wheels and Carrera S models with 19-inch wheels.
Specific to the all-wheel drive variants is the 44 mm wider stance at the rear and the new taillight strip, which, as a striking design feature, lends even more impact to the rear end.
In every respect, the design is unmistakably 911 – because its form follows function. And all the while it maintains its unique appeal.