There is an unofficial render of the rally Porsche 911 SafariFebruary 14, 2021
An unofficial render of the off-road version of the Porsche 911 sports coupe has been published on the Web. The novelty, which is rumored to be shown no earlier than next year, has received the designation Safari.
In most cases, the renders that we show are presented as pure artworks, that is, there is no hope of ever seeing them in serial form. The version of the Porsche 911 you see at the top of the page is a rendering, and yes, it’s unofficial. However, this time it is safe to say that sooner or later this car will be shown officially.
Overseas edition “Motor.es” offered us this rendering, which shows the new 911 Safari.
Of course, the automotive world is very familiar with the off-road versions of the iconic Porsche 911, but these are usually one-off projects carried out by various tuning shops. Recent spy shots of the Porsche 911 with increased ground clearance at the Nürburgring tell us the car is worth the wait. In fact, this render is based on those spy photos.
So this rendering of the 911 Safari doesn’t just add ground clearance and wheel clearance to the sports coupe. The prototypes seen had different front and rear bumpers designed to improve the angles of entry and exit, all of which are present in this render. The license plate rises up like a 911 Turbo, but the bumper does not have the aerodynamic elements from the Turbo version. If you look at the wheel arches, you will see a rubberized pad that protects them from damage. We see the same features in real 911 Safari test vehicles.
The 911 Safari is unlikely to get the same insane levels of power that the Porsche 911 Turbo can boast. The 443 horsepower six-cylinder turbocharged boxer engine from the Carrera 4S, combined with all-wheel drive, will create an exceptionally fast cross-country vehicle.
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