Wolfgang Hatz, chief engineer of Porsche confirmed that the next generation of the 911 will be available with turbo engines in the company’s efforts to reduce CO2 emissions. Aspirated engines, will only be available for the GT3 and GT3 RS versions.
According to Hatz the new 911 will have lower emissions of CO2, while at the end of the decade, the 911 will be available also in a hybrid version. The 911 Carrera will be available with a 2.9 liter turbo engine which will deliver close to 400 hp with 542 Nm torque, the Carrera S will be equipped with a 3,8 liter turbo engine delivering 530 hp with 704 Nm of torque, with the 911 Turbo and Turbo S expected to produce close to 600 hp.
Hatz also said that the Cayman GT4 will be presented at the Frankfurt auto show in September and that it will produce close to 400 hp and it will be offered in a version exclusively for use within the track. Hatz also confirmed that Porsche is preparing a model that will be placed between the 911 and the 918 Spyder, it will be equipped with a new V8 engine which will be placed in the next Panamera and Cayenne, and it will go on by 2020.