In the past, Webber has driven the 918 Spyder, 911 GT3 RS, the 911 GT2 RS, and even the
Webber points out numerous advantages of the redesigned classic, which is set to debut at 8 p.m. Pacific tonight in Los Angeles. He likens the wider front track to that of a GT3 spec and notes it's the widest track Porsche has ever had on a 911. He also says the longer wheelbase keeps the car nice and stable "if you want to do 330 kph in this baby on the Autobahn" (we don't recommend it).
Beyond the size and stance of the car, he says he also enjoyed the new rev counter, the updated selector, the new aero functions, and the moisture sensors in the wheel arches that help detect conditions for the traction and stability systems.
This video is one of our best looks at the new 911 yet, showing the evolutionary design of the coupe's storied shape.
Stay tuned for more information and details coming tonight.