Porsche 911 Targa being tested in the Arctic

Porsche 911 Targa being tested in the Arctic


The Porsche 911 Targa was spotted during road tests in the Arctic – a rather unusual place to test the car with a removable roof.

Not likely many owners of Porsche 911 used them in the cold, not to mention the models with a removable roof. However, despite this, the manufacturer needs to be sure that all of his models are ready for any weather conditions, and therefore the prototype of the new 911 Targa experience in the Arctic.

Until that time, the Targa soft top has already caught photospin during testing, but this is the first winter session. The future novelty should get a four-wheel drive, although plenty of snow in the rear of the car hints that the model will get rear-wheel drive.

As the portal writes, citing insiders, family novelties will include not just the model with the turbo engine, which is available in the Carrera range, and some high-performance turbo-modification. If this is true, the Targa can get different rated output: 379 HP to over 600 HP, However, to say anything for sure yet, suffice it to say that the Porsche Turbo will be very quick.

Due to the lack of camouflage on the test Porsche Targa, exterior model is not surprising. However, some small design details to remain hidden. The exact date of the official premiere of new items not yet named, but it will not happen before the second half of 2020.

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