Porsche Tests Updated 911 GTS ConvertibleOctober 22, 2019
The prototype of the German news was seen on the Nurburgring race track. The novelty will be presented in the spring of 2020 and will go on sale before the end of next year. No pricing data yet.
If you want to buy a German sports coupe Porsche 911 in a more productive version than the Carrera S, but the Turbo version is too powerful for you, then you need a Porsche 911 GTS. These “spy” images show us the prototype of the updated Porsche 911 GTS convertible, which had quite a bit of camouflage.
The GTS has a more aggressive front with three separate inlets in the bumper, instead of horizontal areas, as is the case with the less powerful Carrera and Carrera S. The rear has a modified bumper with more ventilation holes. Active rear spoiler ported from the latest 911 Carrera.
Do not expect that the performance of the GTS will be very different from other versions of the sports coupe 911 in its appearance.
The GTS received self-centering wheel caps that concealed massive brakes, especially in front. The front suspension looks lower, but this can only be due to the fact that in all these pictures the car turns every time.
So far, there is no data on the composition of the motor range of the German novelty, but it is expected that Porsche will increase the capacity of the current 3.0-liter in-line “six” with twin turbochargers. The power plant produces 443 horsepower in the current Carrera S, so there is no doubt that the new GTS this figure will be even higher. Rumors say 460 hp
It is reported that the new product will be presented in the spring of 2020 and will go on sale before the end of next year. Pricing data is not yet available, but given that the basic version of the Carrera S costs $ 113,200, most likely the updated GTS will cost more.
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