Porsche tests a new version of the 911 sports coupe at the NurburgringAugust 4, 2020
Auto publications have published photos of the updated 911 GTS coupe. The novelty was spotted at the Nürburgring race track. The 911 Coupé in the GTS version can be identified by a number of notable differences.
In all likelihood, foreign journalists were lucky enough to capture a test sample of the brand new 911 GTS. A test prototype of the German novelty was in high-speed tests at the Nürburgring race track (Germany).
Proof that this is nothing more than an updated 911 GTS is the fact that the car looks almost identical to the existing 911 Carrera S, but with some noticeable differences.
The car has a Sport Design front bumper with struts that slope outward towards the splitter. The yellow brakes allude to Porsche’s ceramic composite brakes, and the twin oval tailpipes of the exhaust system are also worth noting, which indicates that the car has received a sports exhaust.
The presence of all these components usually means that we are dealing with the GTS version. In addition, usually, brand engineers increase the power of the motor. This gives 911 GTS owners a level of performance between the Carrera S and the more hardcore GT3.
Later in the video, you can see this 911 following right behind the GT3. The more hardcore model has a much more aggressive sound than the GTS version of the 911.
The 911 GTS spy footage that was released in February (below) shows an almost production car body. Both of these 911s are very similar to each other. The debut date of the new 911 GTS remains a mystery. First, Porsche still needs to introduce the new GT3 and GT3 Touring.
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