The waiting for the world premiere of the new Porsche 911 that will debut in Los Angeles is growing
Next November 27th, the eighth generation of the Porsche 911 will celebrate its world premiere at the Los Angeles Motor Show, 55 years after the debut of the original 911 model.
Unveiled at the Frankfurt International Motor Show on 12 September 1963 with the debut of the expected successor of the 356, the new sports car, originally known as the 901, it was equipped with a six instead of four-cylinder engine air-cooled in the best tradition of company and a power of 130 hp.
When the new model entered the market in 1964 it was immediately renamed 911, the result of a discussion on naming rights with the car manufacturer Peugeot.
The 911 was quickly accepted as a "real" Porsche because the performance of the new sports car exceeded all expectations.
A long career studded with sales successes and global appreciation that Porsche intends to continue with the eighth generation.
The 911 is completing the latest and most demanding test phase in these days by shuttling between different climatic zones with temperature differences up to 85° C, performing sprint tests through elevation changes that cover more than four kilometers, circulating in the traffic jams of the main cities around the world and setting new track records ahead of the market launch planned for the first few months of 2019.