The new Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe and Cabrio spotted with virtually no camouflage

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The new Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe and Cabrio spotted with virtually no camouflage

Hard to believe that the updated Porsche 911 was presented almost a year ago, but since then, the company slows production of new variants. The last one was the 911 Carrera, and it seems that the following modification may be the long-awaited 911 Turbo.

Recently seen the test prototypes in bodies “coupe” and “convertible” are not much different from the standard model, because they have a familiar front bumper with large air intakes and led optics. Big changes happen because the coupe has a stylish wheel with five spokes that cover high-performance braking system with yellow calipers. The model was also equipped with aerodynamic side skirts and wider rear wings with prominent air intakes.

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Changes continue at the rear of the vehicle as the novelty has reinforced the rear wing with integrated third brake light. Below is a new bumper with integrated dual exhaust pipes and a large hole at the outer edges.

The interior should be borrowed from the standard model, so drivers can expect to find an analog tachometer surrounded by two 7-inch displays. Must also be a 10.9-inch touchscreen infotainment system, sport steering wheel and Sport Chrono package.

Porsche does not disclose the technical characteristics of the new Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe and Cabrio, but in previous reports it was assumed that the vehicle will use a 3.8-liter two-cylinder turbo engine that develops a power of about 592 HP.

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In addition to the upgraded engine, we can expect plenty of other performance changes. Official information about them, but it is expected that the model will get Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control, control system rear axle and the sport suspension that reduces the ride height by 10 mm.

Since Porsche uses the motor show in Frankfurt for the illumination of a completely new car Taycan, the 911 Turbo could debut at the motor show in Los Angeles or Geneva.

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