Porsche 911 Undergoes Final Stress Tests

New Porsche 911: fresh images of 992 model released…

New Porsche 911: fresh images of 992 model released…

Called the 992, Porsche has put out a teaser of this new-gen 911 showcasing it undergoing a new set of tests to prove that it is truly the ultimate sports auto.

This is the new Porsche 911, proving it'll go very sideways. The eight-generation Porsche 911 will be launched in Europe in early 2019 and the Italian carmaker has shared the pictures it took during the testing. The models of the 2019 Porsche 911 have been tried in various atmosphere zones with temperature contrast being up to 85-degree Celsius. After all of this, every component of the vehicle must function just as reliably as it did at the outset. Porsche is also testing the new model around various race tracks, including the Nurburgring, as well as in dense traffic conditions.

Porsche took the 2019 911 to the Death Valley in the United States of America, to test the air conditioning, thermal management, and combustion behaviour which needed to pass functional checks in temperatures up to 50 degrees Celsius.

"So the interior components must not expand or contract and make noises when exposed to heat, for example."

On the other hand, the cold start, heating and air conditioning, traction, handling and braking behaviour were tested in minus 35 degrees of Finland and the European Arctic Circle. Endurance runs saw the new 911 test autos on China's streets for run of the mill activity circumstances where diverse fuel quality was likewise utilized. This phase also sees significant mileage being covered, while complying with all traffic rules, with the common goal that the eighth generation of this sports vehicle icon continues the tradition of being one of the best 911 of all time. Italy's Nardo test track is also an important venue for testing the 911.

Its endurance was further tested at opposite elevations: 4,300m above sea level in Mount Evans, Colorado, and 90m below in Death Valley.

Aside from the torture tests, Porsche also considered the customer-oriented everyday testing on public roads in cities and cross-country throughout Germany. By the time, testing is complete, the cars have been driven around three million kilometres in total.

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