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New Porsche 911 Official Teaser video

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One more teaser for the new Porsche 911...everyone is waiting for it. Just a few more days so that everyone finally gets to see the new generation of the iconic car.

 

Here's the official teaser video

 

Check the video

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It looks like a 911 no doubt. [laugh] [laugh] After all, why fix something that ain't broke, right. I guess it is what's underneath the sheetmetal that matters!

 

The new carrera S can do 0-60 in 4.3s... Impeessive. Wonder what the new 911 turbo can do!

Edited by Viceroymenthol

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Totally agree with you!!! 911 is a success so many changes might destroy this iconic car! I'm glad Porsche always keeps it safe when upgrading the 911

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no offense to porsche fans.... im a big fan of porsche, but it sure look like a flatten VW bettle from the front view......... btw, how to work around with 7 manual cogs?????

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no offense to porsche fans.... im a big fan of porsche, but it sure look like a flatten VW bettle from the front view......... btw, how to work around with 7 manual cogs?????

 

Should I be offended? [laugh]

 

Oh well, looks are subjective. And there are many more people who have problems with Subaru's designs than Porsche's. I've actually owned 2 gens of the WRX before - bugeye and cockeye, but I would never go for a hatch (which reminds me of a Starlet or old Civic hatch or something). Again, no offence, yah? :D

 

And a 7MT sounds like a whole lot of fun to learn. :wub:

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Should I be offended? [laugh]

 

Oh well, looks are subjective. And there are many more people who have problems with Subaru's designs than Porsche's. I've actually owned 2 gens of the WRX before - bugeye and cockeye, but I would never go for a hatch (which reminds me of a Starlet or old Civic hatch or something). Again, no offence, yah? :D

 

And a 7MT sounds like a whole lot of fun to learn. :wub:

 

 

no offense either, subie was nvr a first brand in my choice, but only the power its offer. and somehow im a hatch lover [:p]

 

just wondering where and how to engage the 7th cog.....

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no offense either, subie was nvr a first brand in my choice, but only the power its offer. and somehow im a hatch lover [:p]

 

just wondering where and how to engage the 7th cog.....

 

I suppose it might look like this: post-52704-1314340151_thumb.jpg

 

If the 7th gear is a dog-leg meant for autobahn/NSH fuel-saving only, it should be fine.

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I suppose it might look like this:

 

If the 7th gear is a dog-leg meant for autobahn/NSH fuel-saving only, it should be fine.

 

 

what a long transverse direction the box have............. a miss shift from 4th to 7th in the making????

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Should I be offended? [laugh]

 

Oh well, looks are subjective. And there are many more people who have problems with Subaru's designs than Porsche's. I've actually owned 2 gens of the WRX before - bugeye and cockeye, but I would never go for a hatch (which reminds me of a Starlet or old Civic hatch or something). Again, no offence, yah? :D

 

And a 7MT sounds like a whole lot of fun to learn. :wub:

 

no wonder you cockanathan [laugh][laugh]

damn...looks good the new 991 [thumbsup]

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no wonder you cockanathan [laugh][laugh]

damn...looks good the new 991 [thumbsup]

 

Dey pundeh, 911 lah! <_<

 

What 991? Your own secret society, issit? [laugh]

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Dey pundeh, 911 lah! <_<

 

What 991? Your own secret society, issit? [laugh]

 

 

bradder, nothing wrong to say it is 991.......... its the successor of 997................

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bradder, nothing wrong to say it is 991.......... its the successor of 997................

 

Now, don't I feel like the ignorant a------e. [blush]

 

Thought it was a mistype on RadX's part - sorry lah annah/thambi (depending on your age). [laugh]

 

But 991 < 997? Weird to go 993, 996, 997, then 991, right? Unless you meant 987 - but that's a Boxster, not a 911. [:/]

Edited by Turboflat4

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Should I be offended? [laugh]

 

Oh well, looks are subjective. And there are many more people who have problems with Subaru's designs than Porsche's. I've actually owned 2 gens of the WRX before - bugeye and cockeye, but I would never go for a hatch (which reminds me of a Starlet or old Civic hatch or something). Again, no offence, yah? :D

 

And a 7MT sounds like a whole lot of fun to learn. :wub:

If its a close ratio 7-clogger, maybe the driver has to decide which gear to 'skip' for normal leisurely driving.... if it has overdrive for say top two gears, prob'ly he can go 1-2-4-6 (or7) if he's not in a hurry? it depends on the 'gate-pattern' also i guess, unless its and '+', '-' thingy [:)]

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unless its and '+', '-' thingy [:)]

 

Fairly sure you have to "row" through the gears - hence the excitement over the 7 speeds.

Edited by Turboflat4

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[:p]

no wonder you cockanathan [laugh][laugh]

damn...looks good the new 991 [thumbsup]

bro, you personalised the model designation to 991??

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[:)]

Fairly sure you have to "row" through the gears - hence the excitement over the 7 speeds.

actually i havent seen the shift pattern of modern day manual porsches, they still have the 'traditional' pattern??

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I suppose it might look like this:

 

If the 7th gear is a dog-leg meant for autobahn/NSH fuel-saving only, it should be fine.

The pattern shown seems suitable for tracks (or winding, fast roads) as 3,4,5, maybe 6 which are the freq use gears, grouped in user-friendly shift path for the hand.... no?

2nd is seldom use except for real 'tricky' turns, 6,7 need real long straights to reach... my guess only [:)]

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Now, don't I feel like the ignorant a------e. [blush]

 

Thought it was a mistype on RadX's part - sorry lah annah/thambi (depending on your age). [laugh]

 

But 991 < 997? Weird to go 993, 996, 997, then 991, right? Unless you meant 987 - but that's a Boxster, not a 911. [:/]

 

[laugh] i forgive you...you still nb....er noob in Porkers..

well thin they dunno watever codes to go for 911.1?? [:p]

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[laugh] i forgive you...you still nb....er noob in Porkers..

well thin they dunno watever codes to go for 911.1?? [:p]

 

Why didn't they start with the thousand series?

 

But what about 999 - which model (if any) took that no.?

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Why didn't they start with the thousand series?

 

But what about 999 - which model (if any) took that no.?

 

er...polis???

if it were chinese, surely, 998 or 988 [laugh][laugh][laugh]

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you another one...the 991 IS the model code for the new 911 [:p][:p]

http://www.topspeed.com/cars/porsche/2012-...91-ar99572.html

OIC, thanks for sharing the info [:)]

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