Porsche, as we know, is an entirely generation of the 911. The popular sports car line, among many new tech additions, will feature a digital instrument cluster.
We have already spotted prototypes with the digital gauges surrounding the huge and still-analogue tachometer. Like most high-end cars of recent times, the digital instrument cluster will offer configurable displays depending on the driving mode.
The current 991 generation received a batch of ‘991.2’ updates in 2015, including a new family of turbocharged engines, however, the car was originally launched back in 2011. The upcoming eighth-generation 911 will be built around a new modular platform and feature a wider range of powertrains – including, for the first time, a hybrid set-up.
While Porsche is working on a pure-electric production version Mission E for a 2020 debut, other cars in its range such as the new Panamera and this all-new Porsche 911 will supplement their engines with electric power to boost both performance and efficiency.