The Slow Evolution of Porsche 911

By: Lisa Ziegler

Various car companies consider the concept of evolving their products into something more appealing in the eyes of their target market. Changes will take place as the product develops into a renewed character.

On the other hand, Porsche seem to decline such style of perception. The progressive evolution for the Porsche 911 Carrera is slowly taking place. As the years passed by, only little enhancement from the previous Porsche 911 passed on to the next of its class.

The 2009 Porsche 911 Carrera-S presently is showing off a vast improvement on its exterior. Boasting off quad-element HID headlamps and comes with the not-new ovoid surrounds. Beneath its well known trademark, the frog-like headlights, is a larger air intake into which the signals are included -- positioned in a horizontal manner. Restrained lower lip extends from the chin spoiler and continues all the way down the body sides and into the rear bumper. The bumper has been revised to accommodate wider-set tailpipes, and unfortunately, droopy Cayenne-style LED tail lamps. Cornering lights still situated at bottom part of the headlights and has a little upgrading done. The cornering lights stayed consistently the same for the past years like the Wrangler's .

As for any mechanical advancement that always comes with all styling progress and updates, Porsche will remain reserved whenever the word evolution is concerned. But it's now unnecessary to wish for the evolution of its horsepower bump. The current Carrera/Carrera-S with 325 to 355 is not a slow evolution for a car with that kind of stance. Porsche 911 models are known to be one of the meanest road thunders ever made. The 2009 Porsche 911 Carrera-S has already evolved into a fundamental precision.

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