Photos of the updated Porsche 911 Targa GTSFebruary 11, 2020
Publications Motor1 kindly shared “spy” photos from the tests of the updated coupe Porsche 911 Targa GTS. Compared to the regular Porsche 911 Targa, the GTS boasts a modernized aerodynamic body kit, as well as more massive brakes and a large number of “horses”.
Porsche engineers bring the finishing touches to the new generation sports coupe 911 version of the Targa. In recently published photographs, a prototype of the model is captured without any camouflage that was moving along a snowy road. Most likely, the official debut of the new items will take place in the near future, possibly in March at the Geneva Motor Show. Sales should begin before the end of the year. The price will be slightly higher than the 911 Carrera coupe.
The fact that the captured car is precisely the GTS version of the sports 911 Targa, says a more aggressive front and rear bumper with a lot of ventilation holes.
In addition, it is impossible not to notice the rather massive brake system and the fact that the car’s suspension also looks a little lower. Rumors indicate that the new product will have 460+ horsepower, not 443 horsepower, which the current Carrera S can boast about. Both rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive versions of the car will be offered to customers.
Porsche doesn’t seem to be making any major changes to the roof structure of the new 911 Targa. As in the current version of the model, the car will receive a complex mechanism, when thanks to which the roof will be folded and unfolded.
Not so long ago, we wrote that the Porsche Macan could become an electric car by 2022. Macan’s mid-size crossover is now the brand’s most popular model. Therefore, it will be electrified in the near future, and already in 2024 the market will coexist fully electric and gasoline versions.
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