There were pictures of the new Porsche 911 Turbo CabrioApril 3, 2019
The German novelty will be presented next year. So far, the seen prototypes of the Porsche 911 Turbo in the convertible version are covered with large amounts of camouflage.
The new Porsche 911 Turbo in the cabriolet version was once again noted by foreign journalists. Unfortunately, the prototype wears a lot of camouflage, and its bumpers are covered with plenty of disguise at the back and front, keeping their design secret.
From what we can see, this is the strap that connects the taillights – it will find a place in all turbo versions of the new 911, and this is not a surprise. Naturally, the position of the license plate will be shifted down to the lower half of the bumper, closer to the exhaust pipes.
The exhaust system of the car must be connected to a 6-cylinder turbocharged engine with a capacity exceeding 600 horsepower – they will be directed to all four wheels.
After the car is officially presented, it will be easy to distinguish the Turbo version from other model versions for different bumpers and a large retractable rear wing.
The front of this test machine has the least disguise, but something interesting happens to the headlights. Although it seems that we have already seen them in the new 911 – on the lenses there is a thin transparent film of foil. Given the weather conditions, perhaps this is just additional protection.
We expect to see a 911 Turbo coupe by the end of the year, and the Frankfurt auto show this fall seems to be the perfect place to debut. The open-top version should be presented sometime next year, and the most optimistic expectations indicate that we can see it in Geneva in March 2020.
Not so long ago, we wrote that Porsche is actively testing the electric wagon Taycan Cross Turismo.
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