Next Porsche 911 will get a major interior overhaul

Porsche appears once again to be playing it cool and conservative with the exterior on the next-generation 911 based on spy shots so far. Inside it’s a different story, as the above spy shots reveal. The dashboard has been thoroughly revised, and there are a number of interface changes.

One of the really big design and interface changes is the addition of more screens, and increased prominence for the infotainment display. In the instrument cluster, only the tachometer is a traditional, physical gauge. To either side appear to be screens canted toward the center. They still display round dials for information, though, with the speedometer and an unidentifiable gauge on the left, and multifunction gauges on the right. To the right of the cluster is the infotainment screen, which has displaced the center air vents to become the highest item on the center stack. It also seems to blend into the instrument binnacle more, similar to designs from Mercedes-Benz and Alfa Romeo.

Watch: Car Bros lampoon the LA Auto Show

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The Los Angeles Auto Show’s media days are closed, and the doors to the public are wide open. However, during the media preview, the guys behind the funniest car-centric channel on YouTube took a jab at the show.

NASCAR Hall of Famer Bud Moore dies at 92

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Walter “Bud” Moore Jr., who won multiple NASCAR championships as a car owner and crew chief, has died at the age of 92.

What’s it like to drive 284 mph? Ride along in a Koenigsegg Agera RS and find out

You know in the car commercials where the fine print reads, “Do not attempt: professional driver on a closed course?” This is that.

Back in November, we told you about a Koenigsegg Agera RS, driven by factory driver Niklas Lilja, that hit a VBOX-verified average top speed of 277.87 miles per hour on a closed-off stretch of Nevada highway outside of Pahrump.

Watch: Car Bros lampoon the LA Auto Show

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The Los Angeles Auto Show’s media days are closed, and the doors to the public are wide open. However, during the media preview, the guys behind the funniest car-centric channel on YouTube took a jab at the show.

UNA Auto Display 2017: A few minutes with Kia’s Orth Hedrick

Living in The southern part of California indicates I have entry to some great driving highways, including Ortega Highway, Angeles Crest Road and some from the back streets from Hillcrest to Hand Springs. Plus since I also provide access to the newest Stinger, I could sample those people roads in an exceedingly capable efficiency sedan.