2014 Porsche 911 Blu Edition

2014 Porsche 911 Blu Edition 2014 Porsche 911 Blu Edition

It is being rumored that Porsche could use the 2014 Frankfurt Motor Show to unveil the Porsche 911 Blu Edition. If that happens, it will be the best birthday gift that the premium German car maker could possibly present itself with. The 911 Blu Edition will be the most environmentally friendly in the 911 series of cars.

The car will sport a revised engine. The motivation will be drawn from a 3.4 liter flat six unit. It will be capable of generating 300 HP of power. The standard version could produce 350 HP of peak power though. The maximum torque that this car will generate is of the order of 287 Nm. The car can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in a meager 5.4 seconds. The highest speed attainable by this car is 266 km/h. The engine will be mated to a PDK transmission gearbox.

The car will be offered in a convertible version. There is only one option for the body color. The shade used is Riviera Blue with touches of Guards Red on the front splitter, the intake trims, the mirror housings and the roof. Changes have been introduced in the material that is used in the roof of the standard version. The new roof is composed of a mixture of materials that effectively weighs only 22 kilograms. The German designers have added a touch of finesse with the all new 18 inch hollow spoke alloy wheels. The wheels are enclosed in special tires signed by Michelin.

A number of internal features have also been introduced. Notable among them are an active grille shutter system, an alternator that uncouples itself during standard conditions, and a stop/start button. The perceived outcome of these modifications is low fuel consumption and low carbon dioxide emissions. The fuel economy is 6.4 liters per 100 kilometers and the carbon emissions are 152 grams per kilometer.

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