Come Take A Look Inside The Refreshed Porsche 911 Turbo

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Cabin borrows some nice gear from the 918 Spyder.

We’ve seen prototypes of the facelifted Porsche 911 Turbo before, but this is the first time we get to have a look inside. The first thing we notice in the cabin is a new, bigger touchsreen for the PCM infotainment and navigation system. Porsche also appears to have borrowed the steering wheel from the 918 Spyder, as well as the hypercar’s mode switch, although on the 911 Turbo it will likely feature “Sport,” “Sport Plus” and a couple of others. Don’t be surprised to find a “Turbo Boost” function too.

As for exterior changes, the entire 911 lineup is being upgraded with a new grille on the engine lid, new bumpers and new door handles. They’re also getting new head- and taillight designs, while a turbocharged six-cylinder unit will sit at the back.

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