The new Porsche 911 have finally been revealed ahead of the Frankfurt Motor show. The first thing you will notice is that it is longer, wider, lower, lighter and its claimed faster than it predecessor.
The new Dynamic Chassis Control limits roll which means faster times around a track, and with its aluminium-steel composite body means it is a lot lighter than previous models.
At 0.1 seconds quicker than before it now does 0-62mph in 4.6 seconds from the 3.4 liter engine. The Carrera S model gets a 3.8-litre boxer engine and hits 62mph in 4.3 seconds.
Porsche claims 32.4mpg with the 3.8-litre S, and 34.4mpg for the Carrera. That car is also the first ever Porsche to dip below the 200g/km of CO2 mark, with emissions of 194g/km.
You can get your hand on one of these babies from December for around £80,000.