Western publications published photos from tests of the mysterious prototype Porsche 911-the car received a huge ground clearance. The novelty can also boast of dilators of wings.
At the disposal of our edition of the publication were photos from tests of an unusual prototype of the Porsche 911. It is possible that the 911 family is expecting a new representative. A rather mysterious prototype of the 992 generation sports coupe was captured at the Nurburgring race track. The sound it makes suggests that there is a turbocharged engine under its hood, and the lack of side “scoops” indicates that it is not a Turbo version.
Porsche engineers had to do something about the suspension, as we can easily see that the ground clearance is larger compared to other versions of the legendary 911. At the moment, we haven’t heard anything about the company’s plans to introduce an off-road version of the 911 model.
Porsche may just be testing the suspension for a future new version of its iconic sports car.
For Porsche, it would make sense to have a similar version of the 911 – in the 1970s and 1980s, the company already produced versions of the 911 model for rally racing-the East African Safari rally and Paris-Dakar. A decent Baja 911 would be a great idea, especially since many 911 owners have recently shown interest in adding off-road elements to their sports cars.
We also advise you to watch a detailed test drive of the Porsche 911 from the FineAuto team: