Porsche 911 Is Completing Final R&D And Testing Phases

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In advance of this, the prototypes are revving up their engines again, to complete the final testing programme around the globe - putting the new sports cars under a great deal of stress.

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The long-awaited debut of the new 992 generation Porsche 911 is just weeks away, as we've read earlier: The 992 is expected to be presented at the Los Angeles International Auto Show at the end of this month.

For endurance testing, the 911 cruised on China's roads and sprinted along the country's race tracks in "a traffic structure that is typical for that country", where fuel quality can also vary greatly.

Testing at first focused on the chassis and engine, which in the new model were enhanced for everyday use and performance. The Porsche Connect system differed from country to country, so its testing was very resource-intensive.

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Arid areas, such as the Gulf States and USA's Death Valley, were used as testing grounds for the 911's air conditioning and thermal management systems.

In Finland's -35°C temperatures, the tests focused on a cold start, heating, air conditioning, traction, handling and braking, as well as a response speed of control systems responsible for driving dynamics.

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Porsche says the new 911 is undergoing extreme tests in all conditions to ensure it carries tradition and comes in as the best 911 of all time.

Finally, the models were likewise taken to the most reduced goal of the demise valley which is around 90 meters underneath the ocean level and afterward at a stature of 4300 meters on the Mount Evans, Colorado where the ability of the bi-turbo chargers and the fuel system was tried. By the time testing is complete, the cars have been driven for around three million kilometres in total. The cars also demonstrated their every-day abilities on public roads in cities and cross-country throughout Germany.

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