Porsche is testing an updated 911 Turbo S with a large duck tailMarch 11, 2020
Journalists published photos from the tests of the camouflaged prototype Porsche 911 Turbo S. It is noteworthy that the car was already officially presented – apparently the German brand is testing another special version of its sports car.
Porsche showed off an updated version of the 911 Turbo S about a week ago, so why do brand engineers continue to test this camouflaged prototype? Look carefully at the rear of the car, and you will notice that the typical rear wing has been replaced by a duck tail spoiler, which is mainly covered with camouflage, except for the horizontal strip, from which a third brake light peeks out.
Maybe this is another version of the 911? The prototype we are looking at may be a regular Turbo S equipped with the optional Heritage Design Package.
This may well be a special edition dedicated to Carrera RS 2.7, or a new addition to existing SportDesign or Aerokit packages. Another likely scenario is the return of the Sport Classic.
Remember that Porsche has already hinted at a two-seater lite version of the new 911 Turbo S, and it is likely that the prototype seen did not have rear seats, as we noticed the frame at the rear. Despite the fact that the prototype had camouflage on both the front and rear bumpers, they look almost the same as those installed in the regular Turbo S. Porsche also masked the side holes on the rear wings with a black ribbon, but they also and alloy wheels and yellow brake calipers, similar to those used in the current Turbo S.
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