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Now Your Vintage Porsche 911 Can Include A Modern Infotainment System

Porsche is now offering touch-screens in classic 911 models. So, if you have an old Porsche 911, but want some cool tech, your dream has come true.

Features include a high-resolution touchscreen, DAB+ radio, Apple CarPlay support, and onboard navigation, which are things you could find in any new vehicle. This screen easily fits into your 1-DIN slot, which is what sports cars used to have in their interiors. Drivers can manipulate it with two rotary knobs, six integrated buttons and a touch-sensitive 3.5-inch display. As for navigation, the route guidance arrow can be displayed in a 2D or 3D view. The map material is available on a separate SD card that can be ordered through the Porsche Classic online shop. Digital radio stations are now available with DAB and Apple CarPlay support. Also, iPhone users of version 5 and above can now use apps for media playback, navigation and phone calls while driving. Media playback is also possible with an SD card, USB, AUX or Bluetooth.

The infotainment system is made for all 911 generations between the first 1960s models and the last 993-generation 911 with air cooling from the early 1990s. It can also be fitted into earlier mid and front engine models. Since 996-generation 911 models and 986-generation Boxster models could already be optionally equipped with a Porsche Communication Management system in the 2-DIN version, Porsche is also offering a newly upgraded Plus version featuring a high-resolution seven-inch touchscreen. Infotainment systems can be installed at the Porsche Center.


Source Credits: CarBuzz




2 Comments


mcgiants
Apr 26, 2020

The Kia Stinger has been around since 2018.

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bbbfboop
Apr 26, 2020

Nice car! Never heard of it. How longer has this model been around?


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