Our local review of the 2019 Porsche 992 911 Carrera S has finally landed, which means the car is now in Australia, and you can get spotting.
But first, you’ll need to see as much detail as you can, so we’ve compiled all the imagery of the car we drove to help you keep an eye out for the newest generation of Porsche’s icon.
Check out the gallery at the top of the page!
While the 992 generation is an all-new 911, it might be tough for casual observers to spot more than a couple of major differences with the new 911’s shape. But, as they say, if it ain’t broke… well, you know the rest.
MOTOR review: 992 911 Carrera S
The clearest way for a 992 to be spotted is arguably its taillight, which now spans the width of the car via a red strip above the badges.
From there, it might be possible to see how wide the new 911 is – in fact all models of the 992 will essentially be ‘wide-bodied’.
As MOTOR’s associate editor Scott Newman points out in his video review (below), if someone didn’t know better you might be able to convince them this is the new 911 Turbo.
The visual changes are most easily noticeable from the interior of the 992 911.
A digital dash now surrounds the central tachometer, with the main infotainment screen equally sleek.
The centre console has also been simplified, with a new shifter and set of switches replacing the old buttons and traditional gear selector.
Of course, this is just the Carerra S. Things will change and be tweaked with each new 992 that comes along.