An updated Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio is spotted at the Nürburgring.April 20, 2019
The German novelty surely took a turn around the Nürburgring race track. Under the hood of a cabriolet is an engine whose power is more than 600 hp. The official presentation of the car will take place in 2020.
The last time we saw the next-generation test prototype of the next-generation Porsche 911 Turbo gig, it was in a completely unfamiliar environment. Cold snow is no pleasure to any gig, not to mention the engine that produces a bunch of horsepower. Well, this time, from the “spy” snapshots, you can see that the car is being tested at the Nürburgring race track – the convertible has finally found itself in its environment.
The seen prototype is not just driving idly around the track. Frames are taken from different parts of the famous Nordschleife loop, and at every corner of it, a tire screech is heard.
Despite all this, the renewed member of the 911 family practically doesn’t roll to the side – only slight tilts from side to side and lowering the nose during heavy braking.
Four-wheel drive definitely helps the prototype. Under the hood of the new 6-cylinder in-line engine, whose power is more than 600 horsepower. Also worth noting is the active rear spoiler, which obviously helps the car to steer confidently on the road.
In conclusion, we note that we have repeatedly seen prototypes of the new Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio, but this does not mean that the official premiere of the car will take place soon. The 911 Turbo hardtop car (coupe version) has not yet been introduced, and we expect it to happen later this year. This means that we probably will not see the open version of the machine until 2020.
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