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Wednesday, November 16, 2011


automotique .blogspot.com  new Porsche 911 Carrera S operates on a much higher performance than the seven-year-old being replaced. With a time of 0 to 62 mph in 4.3sec and a top speed of 188 mph, the new model 0.2SEC storms to strip faster and extends beyond the Carrera S 2 mph old when you run an updated version of the gearbox PDK seven-speed.

Thus, the new 911 is faster than any of his illustrious ancestors by some margin. But the question is, can accomplish such feats with the same character intensely participation in the last six generations of the car? 
Make no mistake, the 991 represents the most significant change in emphasis from the rear-engined coupe every time - more important than the progress of the 993 air-cooled to water cooled 996 in 1996. 

Seeing the new car reinforces the impression Porsche revolutionary approach. Legs are extended to accommodate all the new bases much more curvaceous style and excellent attention to detail that provides more precise construction. His position is more aggressive, too. 
Is 56 mm longer and, because of a flat roof, 11 mm lower than the output 997. The move really revealing, however, is its wheelbase is only the second time in the history of the 911 extended by a considerable 100mm. This serves to shorten the overhangs, providing an increase in the housinginterior. 
The Carrera S, powered as it is said here to come in at 1415kg with optional PDK gearbox - some 40kg under the weight of your load



How does it feel 
Inside, there is a new instrument panel, center switch setting and contemporary looking. It is an elegant and modern but not without driving classic touches. 
The first thing that hits you as you set off is to improve the refinement. Never lacking in this area is now much calmer than before, with less turbulence around the mirrors, lower levels of mechanicalnoise from the back and, despite the 20-inch tires, less tire noise. 
Cruising at 80 mph constant in the high seventh gear, the 911 feels very relaxed. The reworked suspension absorbs transverse joints in the road surface and potholes faces with more aplomb than before. With the Porsche Stability Management PASM active in Normal mode, the chassis has a newfound calm. Changing PASM in sport instantly increases the answers - not only in terms of strength buffer, but the directness of the steering and throttle sensitivity, too.

But there are still minor initial impact strength than with previous 911, which makes the best Sport mode in a wide range of road surfaces, and body movements are controlled beautifully. 
A big surprise are the messages unfamiliarly subtle - or lack thereof - is relayed back from the newly designed steering wheel. Over the years we have become accustomed to juggling inherent in all to 911 so far. Anyone who has driven one will know what I mean. This inherent to the central circulation of the steering wheel in the rectum, a measure of the vitality and the feedback that many consider part and parcel of the driving experience has been completely eliminated through the adoption of a new electro-steering system mechanics. 
It's definitely a big change in the character, making the car feel almost numb at first contact - if only because it is so unfamiliar to drive a 911, whose steering wheel is not always restless, even at moderate speeds. But it seems that the more unity, more you get to appreciate the added peace of mind through the steering wheel. 
Despite holding on to what is essentially the same engine as the old model, Porsche has remained true to tradition 911 for increased production. 14bhp power rises to a new high of 394bhp at 7400rpm, in the process of taking a specific output beyond 100bhp per liter. It also improves the torque of 13 foot pounds to 234 pounds standing at 5600rpm. With the weight loss calculated in the coup of the reserves are expected to increase 16bhp per tonne in the vital power-to-weight 282bhp per tonne. 
Unlike the engine, the gearbox uses the new 911 Carrera S is all new - and rather special, too. Replacing the old six-speed manual is the first ever seven-speed manual to make his way in a road series car production. Around the gearbox PDK seven-speed manual uses a revolutionary mechanical lock that prevents you from switching to realize seventh. The new gear can only be selected through fifth or sixth.

Another interesting development is called a navigation function, which considers that the engine disconnected from the gearbox through the clutch in the final acceleration times, allowing it to rotate freely at idle at a slight downhill. 
The detail changes made to the engine Porsche's new Carrera S give a gutsier felt through a wider range of speed, but may lack the high intensity of some of the engines used by rivals supercar, but the floor six evergreen remains as poignant as ever. 
Running at a curve to the right of press, 911 squat slightly over the rear wheels, its engine screaming with a heady combination of induction andexhaust cry. The front is unusually quiet, rebel without rolling across the surface largely patchworked, changes in the suspension give the new 911 with a much more settled feel even more aggressive Sport Plus mode.

Should I buy one? 
The 991 is not only more capable than the 997, but its management also aims to greatness. In the form of Carrera S is faster, more neutral in the limit, much more stable, incredibly comfortable, much quieter at highway speeds and frugal amazing. At the end of the day had even reached an agreement with the new direction, accepting that it has no maximum precision and sensitivity of the available hydraulic age. 
The question I ask myself now is how Porsche possibly higher? For now, the original supercar has reached a new peak - both the ability and convenience.

Greg Kable 
Porsche 911 Carrera S PDK 
Price: £ NA, 0-62mph: 4.1sec, Top speed: 188 mph; Economy: 32mpg, CO2 emissions: 224g/km; Length: Weight: 1415kg, engine design: 6cyls, horizontally opposed, 3800cc, petrol , Installation: rear, longitudinal, power: 394bhp at 7400rpm, Torque: 234 lb-ft at 5600rpm, the specific production: 104bhp/litre; Power Weight: 282bhp/tonne; Transmission: Seven-speed double-clutch


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