The new cars will be presented on Porsche’s own web TV channel in three episodes.
The first will be revealed on Monday the 18th of May.
The second will come in the 3rd episode which goes live on June 2nd.
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, Porsche has prepared a three-part series on their own www.911-magazine.porsche.com channel that will introduce two new 911 iterations. As they say, the show must go on and by the looks of the episode summaries, Porsche some entertainment for Porsche customers, and fan alike.
Porsche promises that these unveilings and episodes will be “be authentic, informative, and surprising – only as you would expect from Porsche.”
From what we can gather from a teaser video revealed yesterday on Porsche’s YouTube channel, the first model to be revealed will be the 992 Targa variant.
Images in the video show the the same silver pillar we’ve had on the Targa since the 991 generation. The mechanics of the removable targa top will likely be the same. As Porsche did in the previous generation, we expect the Targa to be offered exclusively in Carrera 4 and 4S variants. A GTS model will likely be offered as well once that trim is unveiled for the new 992 generation likely later this year.
No word yet on the second model that Porsche will unveil, although it could just be two trims of the new 911 Targa.
Here are the 9:11 episodes at a glance, from Porsche:
- On 18 May, the magazine series starts with the world premiere of the first of the new 911 models. Dr. Frank-Steffen Walliser, Vice President Model Lines 911 and 718, will explain the car’s new features along with Porsche Brand Ambassadors, tennis star Maria Sharapova and racing driver Jörg Bergmeister. The teaser for this episode is now available at www.911-magazine.porsche.com.
- On 26 May, the second episode looks back into the history of Porsche, and the elements of which that have inspired the world premiere of the second of the new models: an exclusive, limited edition that combines modern vehicle technology with design elements from the past.
- On 2 June, in the third and last episode, Porsche focuses on the details of the special edition car. Alexander Fabig, Head of Personalization and Classic, Boris Apenbrink, Director Special Vehicles at Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur, and Ivo van Hulten, Director Interior Design Style Porsche, explain the highlights of the exclusive new model.