Digital artist Dan Buzdugan at PS-Garage.com has taken a press photo showing a front view and reimagined it as the soon to be revealed Turbo variant.
We already know what the Porsche 911 (991) Cabrio already looks like, plus we have already seen renderings of the rear, but digital artist Dan Buzdugan at PS-Garage.com has taken a press photo showing a front view and reimagined it as the soon to be revealed Turbo variant. In an attempt to be accurate, Buzdugan referenced 991 Cabrio spy photos to try and uncover the hidden design details.
After careful analysis, Buzdugan states, "It's clearly visible, from the spy shots, the car has gained a wider wheel base and fenders have been enlarged, especially the rear ones, which also gained and air duct for better cooling. It looks like that Porsche isn't going to ditch the fog lights, but they have somewhat changed the front bumper, vents are of a different design. The car sits lower, there's a new splitter attached on the front bumper as well as new sideskirts. A new lifting spoiler has also been added."
With the upcoming Paris Motor Show as a likely debut event, it is rumored the Turbo variants will receive a tri-turbocharged flat-six engine developing 550 HP (405 kW / 542 bhp) which is a 20 HP more than the previous model. It will be mated with the standard seven-speed manual or optional seven-speed PDK dual-clutch transmission. 0-100 km/h will take 3.5 seconds and top speed around 200 mph.