For model year 1974, the body design of the
The most striking feature of this 911 generation is the raised bumper design with black plastic bellows. Between the tail lights of the G models is a red panel and a
The raised bumpers with bellows of the G models were the result of more stringent approval regulations in the USA. With the introduction of these regulations, bumpers had to be able to absorb impacts as a result of hitting a fixed obstacle at speeds of up to 5 mph (8 km/h) without damage to the body. To meet this requirement, vehicles for the US market had the bumpers connected to the body using hydraulic impact absorbers.
For models not intended for the US market, more cost-effective impact pipes were installed instead of these hydraulic impact absorbers. These had to be replaced after a rear-end collision. However, the impact absorbers could be ordered as optional equipment.
The 911 and 911 S had chrome-plated window surrounds and door handles.
The 911 and 911 S were fitted with 15" cast aluminium wheels from ATS as standard.
The standard 911 model had chrome-plated exterior mirrors until MY 1975. As of MY 1976, larger, electrically adjustable exterior mirrors painted in the exterior colour were installed.
The 911 S only had chrome-plated exterior mirrors in MY 1974.
The standard 911 model had a flat-six engine with a displacement of 2.7 litres. This initially developed 150 hp and 165 hp as of MY 1976.
The engine of the 911 S delivered an output of 175 hp.
The headlamp rings of the 911/911 S were chrome-plated.
Bumpers with black bellows // Rear lid with black air grille and anodised black 911 logo // Chrome-plated exterior mirrors // Chrome-plated window frames // Chrome-plated door handles // Chrome-plated headlamp rings // Tail-light panel with black
Bumpers with black bellows // Chrome-plated exterior mirrors // Chrome-plated window frames; in exterior colour as of MY 1975 // Chrome-plated door handles // Chrome-plated headlamp rings // Tail-light panel with black
Bumpers with black bellows // Exterior mirrors in exterior colour, electrically adjustable // Chrome-plated window frames // Chrome-plated door handles // Chrome-plated headlamp rings // Tail-light panel with black
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The specified charging outputs and times (hour/minutes) are dependent on various factors: in general, the charging output and time can vary due to physical and chemical limits, depending on factors such as the available output of the country-specific energy infrastructure, the customer's own domestic installation, the temperature, interior pre-conditioning and charging status, as well as the age of the battery. Charging times may therefore be significantly higher than those specified. To achieve the optimum value of the specified DC charging time (DC = direct current) for a charge status increase from 5 to 80%, a CCS (combined charging system) fast-charging pedestal with > 270kW and > 850V is required, as well as a battery temperature of 30°–35°C. The charging status when commencing charging must not exceed 5%. For physical and chemical reasons, the charging speed decreases as the battery approaches its full capacity. Therefore, it usually makes sense to use fast DC charging to charge the battery up to 80% or up to the required range. The predominant use of CCS fast charging pedestals leads to a long-term increase in charging times. For regular fast DC charging, we recommend a maximum charging output of 50kW. When charging in a domestic environment, AC charging (AC = alternating current) is recommended. Using an (AC) industrial electrical outlet will result in improved efficiency and a much shorter charging time compared to using a household socket.
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