A prototype of a Porsche 911 facelift was involved in a minor crash in Stuttgart, Germany.

According to the author of the video, it was a base 911 Carrera which sustained some light damage to the front end as the bumper, headlights and grille were affected by the impact. The vehicle was wearing minimal camouflage since only the headlights and taillights had a plastic wrap to hide the original design while the steering wheel had a full cover which was applied shortly after the incident.

The most interesting part about this Porsche 911 facelift prototype is noticeable at the back where the round dual exhaust tailpipes sit in the middle but most likely this is just an intermediary setup used for testing so expect the final product to have the usual oval exhausts placed at a bigger distance from one another.

The facelifted Porsche 911 range is scheduled to come out later this year, possibility in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show.


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