At the Nurburgring seen a prototype of the updated Porsche 911 Sport ClassicJuly 4, 2020
The testing stage is undergoing an unusual version of the German sports coupe Porsche 911. Most likely, we have before us the performance of the Sport Classic, which will make the car as close as possible to the classic models of the company.
The mysterious prototype of the cult coupe of the new generation Porsche 911 was again seen in trials. Apparently, this is the Turbo version, which has a duck tail spoiler.
The 911 Turbo S has already debuted, so we still don’t quite understand why this version of the car, which is essentially a version of the Turbo S, is still masked and has a duck tail rear spoiler. The best assumption in this regard is that Porsche is working on an exclusive Sport Classic, which will make the modern 911 look very similar to the old models of the company, in particular the Carrera RS 2.7.
In addition to the duck tail spoiler, Porsche engineers heavily masked the rear bumper of this mysterious car.
This is convincing evidence that the company is also working on another version of the model.
Judging by the “evil” sound of the exhaust, Porsche is also working on an exhaust system for new items. There are two oval tubes on this prototype, but earlier spy photos also showed similar 911 prototypes with four trapezoidal tubes.
Assuming that this is just a “package” of appearance, then we do not expect any major changes under the hood of the 911 Turbo S. In its standard form, the car is equipped with a 3.8-liter inline six-cylinder engine with twin turbocharging with a capacity of 640 horsepower . Acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h takes 2.6 seconds, and the maximum speed is 329.84 km / h.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the premiere of the “base” Porsche Taycan took place in China. The German automaker Porsche on Tuesday, June 30, introduced the basic version of the Taycan electric car.
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