“WAHHHHHUNNNNNGunununununWHAAAAAAUNNNNNGGG!” screamed the new 2020 Porsche 992 911 GT3, flinging itself around corners at the Nürburgring, tires wailing in protest.
“WHAAAAAaaaaaaAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHshroooooommmmmmmmmnnnnnnnNNNAAAAAAAA!” it continued to shriek, a German banshee, barely needing to change gear because its redline is probably so bloody high. But when it did—FLASH! CRACK!—like lightning, probably from a dual-clutch system.
“SHOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooommmm,” it rasped, flying past the camera and into the golden sunset.
“Hrmrmrmrmrmrmrmrmrmr,” it murmured like a hoarse, hibernating bear, snarling and snorting at low speeds and revs. Down the road it went, only an abstraction for now, until Porsche officially announces it.
Just speculating here, but it will probably have 1,000 horsepower from a flat-six engine. It will probably lap the Nürburgring in two minutes flat. It will probably emit nothing more than unicorn sighs.
It will be good.