The sport-utility car maker is bringing back its DTM for 2019.
The 919 will debut at the Geneva Motor Show and it will be powered by a 911 GT3 RS.
The car will be based on the GT3R, but the new DTM will be made of a new, more fuel-efficient version of the 918 Spyder.
The DTM is powered by an electric motor and electric motor pods, and will have a range of up to 230 kilometers (185 miles).
Porsche has also announced a new all-electric DTM.
It will be the first of the DTMs to use the electric motor, the company said.
It is also the first all-wheel drive sports car, which means that the car can be driven on two wheels, which is not the case for most other sports cars.
Porsche has said that the DTC will be used by sports cars, but it is not clear what it will do when it is on a race track.
The company did not say how many DTCs it has planned, but a source close to the company told The Sport Blog that there are around 10 in production.
The first DTC, the 919 Spyder, was launched in 2005, and it went on to win several championships in North America and Europe.
Porsche is bringing the car back as a sports car with a new name, and Porsche will also debut a new-look version of its 918.
Porsche said it will start production of the new car in 2019, with deliveries planned for 2020.