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Old 12-12-2017, 04:25 PM
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expect the 992 GT3 to look the same....

http://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2...rsche-911.html






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Old 12-12-2017, 04:35 PM
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Oh man. I hope the GT3 doesnt go in that direction. Not a huge fan of how it looks. Not sure if i would buy a regular 911 if it comes out like that.
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That cup holder is atrocious.
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Old 12-12-2017, 04:47 PM
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I'm Not a fan of what I see in those pics. The center console seems to have double tiers with that ledge separating the screen and the switches. The concave area around cup holder will absolutely collect spilled coffee/dust/coins..
The 911 signia in that area is unnecessary and out of touch with Porsche pedigree. The 911 needs no badges in the cabin other than the crest on the steering wheel and maybe head rests in my opinion.
Not a fan of what looks like toggle switch gimmickry that everyone seems to be trying to implement these days ala Aventador.

Not a hater. I am a sincere 911 fan. Just concerned. I'm apprehensive about the future of the 911 in general with technological trends these days seeming to transition towards an electrical and software revolution.
How will the driving experience change?
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look close, only the center gauge is real and it's overdressed with the extended ring

the piece 'laying' on the steering column is poorly trimmed and not even mounted
top representing the 2 gauges
is nothing more than printed chipboard
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Maybe they at least have a push button start.
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Someone replaced the shifter with a tiny vintage electric shaver, very cool Porsche.

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that shifter is just one more reason to get a manual transmission
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Hopefully they are leaking these to get some feedback.

I know journalists have criticized the sea-of-identical-sized-buttons look started with the first Panamera, but going with fake toggles...especially coming from different angles in different shapes/colors/textures...is certainly not the answer. And IMO they seem to be carrying over the worst ergonomic aspect of the 991...climate controls pointing at the sky. The shelf is reminiscent of something from a mainstream Japanese crossover.
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My Raptor has the same auxiliary switches.
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992 will be a fantastic car and all of you above will want a GT3
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Natural evolution....not exactly for the purists.....not a fan
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Originally Posted by Alan Smithee View Post
Hopefully they are leaking these to get some feedback.
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Do you really think your feedback matters? We got the water cooled engines, e-brake, electric steering, turbos, and now a digital gauge cluster despite a cluster of moaning.........and Porsche is doing just fine.

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That cup holder is atrocious.
That is what everyone said about the current cup holder. Porsche did take this feedback and changed the cup holder and now you don't like it?
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Fugly
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Old 12-12-2017, 11:35 PM
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Originally Posted by consolidated View Post
Someone replaced the shifter with a tiny vintage electric shaver, very cool Porsche.
What, you mean this?



That better just be a place holder.
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