The new Porsche 911 GTS Cabrio was spotted with virtually no camouflageSeptember 24, 2019
The German novelty looks ready for production.
Spy shots of new versions of the Porsche 911 regularly appear on the Web. Now, the first generation 911 GTS Cabrio, which has virtually no camouflage film, first hit the lenses.
The red prototype is almost completely revealing the design of the model. The style obviously matches the already introduced 911 Carrera models, at least in the front, but there are a few minor changes to the grille and bottom of the bumper. Perhaps there are more differences in the rear, unfortunately, in these pictures the car is not shown at the rear.
It should be noted that the instrument panel is closed. It is expected that the GTS models will not have a different layout than the Carrera models, which is misleading why the Porsche hides the interior, but leaves the prototype without camouflage.
As for the engine, the GTS Cabriolet will use a more powerful version of the turbocharged 3.0-liter Porsche engine with approximately 460 horsepower.
A six-speed manual transmission will make up the powertrain, and an optional seven-speed automatic with dual clutch will be available. It is known that the Sport Exhaust and Sports Chrono packages will become part of the standard equipment of the car.
This prototype gives hope that the upgraded convertible can debut in the spring of 2020, and sales will begin just in time for the next warm season.
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