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Since the production of your car is about to start, now is the last opportunity to make changes to your personal configuration. Please note that the production and delivery of your car may be delayed depending on any requested changes.
To review your configuration, use the Car Configurator and insert your
Weissach—The Innovation Accelerator
Center of Progress
Since the beginnings of the Weissach Development Center in 1962,
It was only in 2014 that
The high-tech wind tunnel sets new standards in airflow quality by producing air that is both uniform and low in turbulence and noise. Measuring eight meters in diameter, the fan has extremely lightweight carbon vanes and can generate wind speeds of up to 186 MPH in the measurement area around the test vehicle.
While aerodynamic measurements are being taken, the floor beneath the test object and its surroundings are also moved at the wind's speed.
Highly sensitive acoustic instrumentation around the test object localizes any sound sources three-dimensionally. The wind tunnel has a closed air circuit and is impressively efficient. When the fan is slowed after a measurement, much of the brake energy is fed back into the power grid.
Electronics Integration Center
Developments in electronics are evolving at a rapid pace. Today, for instance, there are some 6,000 functions in a
The individual steps of the process include the following: specification and implementation of sub-functions on the upper floors, testing and qualifying under racetrack conditions—a task involving all areas—on the middle floor, and work on the individual components in the workshops on the ground floor.
Weissach Test Site
The test site may be regarded as the heart of the
In 1967, the creation of the off-road circuit in Weissach followed. The fast Can-Am course was built around the skid pad in 1971, together with the mountain circuit and its tighter curves. Since then, the test site has been constantly developed and adapted to new requirements.
The test site offers many varied opportunities—acceptance runs after the initial set-up or optimization of a vehicle; endurance tests for checking operational stability; trial runs for tuning and optimizing the chassis, engines, body, and electrical systems; and trial and acceptance runs with motorsport vehicles.
This is where every new prototype from
When a new model is being developed, the sound experts know what it will sound like even before the prototypes hit the track. And, of course, there are always improvements to be made to comply with ever-stricter noise regulations being implemented in countries around the world.
The challenge is to make cars noticeably quieter to the outside world, while simultaneously transmitting the remarkable sound of the
To efficiently test the different types of engines,
One example: The new 911 answers questions about the future of the sports car with a quantum leap in performance. By reducing fuel consumption, not by suppressing emotions. By following a principle that already changed everything once before—in 1974, with the first 911
Motorsports. From the Beginning.
We have lived and breathed motorsports since the very beginning. Not because we have to. But because we can’t help ourselves. Again and again we put every idea, every technology, every detail to the challenge set out by Ferry
For example, in the development of charged six-cylinder flat engines,
25 years later—the technology was introduced in the
And so we continue on our path. Faith in our ideas. Fighting for our principles. Not blindly following every trend, but chasing our never-ending mission: to build the sports car of the future. Mission: Future Sportscar
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Technologies Of Your
Porsche ###PORSCHE### Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM)
For the first time, PASM is fitted as standard in all 911 models. This electronic damping control system continuously adjusts the damping force on each wheel, based on the current road conditions and driving style.
PASM has two modes, which can be selected using a separate button on the center console: ‘Normal’, which is a blend of performance and comfort, and ‘Sport’ where the setup is much firmer.
The results are tangible—increased driving stability, improved comfort, and enhanced performance.
Porsche Connect Porsche Connect Porsche Stability Management (PSM) Porsche Stability Management (PSM)
All 911 models are equipped with enhanced
Under acceleration on inconsistent surfaces, PSM improves traction using the automatic brake differential (ABD) and anti-slip regulation (ASR) functions. The result is a high level of driving stability and extraordinary agility at the same time.
Electromechanical Power Steering
Electromechanical Power Steering
Statistics show that a car drives in a straight line 90% of the time. Our engineers saw potential for energy saving here. Unlike conventional hydraulic pumps, the electric motor on the electromechanical power steering uses energy only when the steering wheel is actually turned. As far as the other 10% is concerned, we’re optimally prepared, as the steering system is what you would expect from
It features a variable steering ratio and responds sensitively and directly while also providing customary agility, a high level of comfort, and precisely selected feedback from the road. Efficient, to say the least.
The displacement of the new 911 models has been considerably reduced with the aim of cutting fuel consumption. Nevertheless, the power output of the new engines has been significantly increased, thanks to the turbochargers created especially for the 911.
The system has two turbochargers with one charge-air cooler for each cylinder bank. Both turbos are particularly compact and have been optimally adapted to the displacement and power output of the engine. This construction minimizes the inertia of the drivetrain and improves responsiveness.
Integrated Dry-sump Lubrication
Integrated Dry-sump Lubrication
Life insurance for every engine is a reliable supply of oil, even during performance driving. That’s why
This saves on space and weight. To reduce power loss and increase efficiency, an electronically-controlled oil pump supplies the lubricating points inside the engine when required. When demand is low, the oil pump is operated at reduced power, saving on fuel.
The Next Step
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