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Regardless that the 2017 Porsche 911 R series is still on hot rumors discussion – it seems that Porsche will tend to build this car for the release date in the first semester of 2017. Curious people should be happy because in the 2016 Geneva International Auto Show – this car will arrive as its first public announcement chance. In the meantime, this time, we will discuss the details based on the rendering with some speculative specs. However, we cannot cover all the toys that this car will bring to us bluntly because this car still on the initial conception after all. According to some rumors, this vehicle will use the similar power plan that the GT3’s series will have but it will not copy all the specs – it is only for role model based.
Before we jumping into the details of this future series – we need to know that the long span career that the 911 variant has always been a prestigious name in the Porsche production. The modification that this future series will have consist of revised on the front bumper, and the lightweight wheels for both front and rear section. Unlike some of the previous edition that use rear wing – this future production will not put that as the requirement. Besides this series – Porsche will produce the upcoming 2016 Porsche Macan Turbo series as the menu to serve the compact luxury crossover market. This series will have powertrain from the newest 3.0 liters with V6 Engine that produce 340 HP and 339 lb-ft of torque. That numbers might be a good numbers in its class, and so does the future 911 variant where the estimation of the output power is around 500 HP.
To start with estimation idea makes the starting price that the 2017 Porsche 911 R will have around $120,000 as the estimation price. This car will have one rival in the same year release date, and that is the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. However, this Chevy will only have 460 HP so the future production for the 911 will win over it. Speaking of the Porsche plan production, this brand will produce the 2018 Porsche Cayenne that will receive promising engine options.