News Spied! Next-Gen Porsche 911 Turbo Caught With GT2-Style Exhaust

17:03  22 march  2018
17:03  22 march  2018 Source:   MSN

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Next - gen 911 Turbo prototypes have also already been caught testing multiple times. So why post more photos of a 911 Turbo prototype? Perhaps a Turbo S? Our spy photographer suggested it may actually be a 911 GT3 prototype, but we’re skeptical.

Next - gen 911 Turbo prototypes have also already been caught testing multiple times. So why post more photos of a 911 Turbo prototype? Perhaps a Turbo S? Our spy photographer suggested it may actually be a 911 GT3 prototype, but we’re skeptical.

Thanks to recently released teaser images that don't hide much, we already have a pretty good idea how the next-generation Porsche 911 will look. Next-gen 911 Turbo prototypes have also already been caught testing multiple times. So why post more photos of a 911 Turbo prototype? Because there's something a little different about this one.

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The next - generation Porsche 911 Turbo has been caught once more by our spy photographers. This time, the hotter 911 variant is seen testing in the icy conditions of the frozen north complete with the requisite equipment.

a car parked on the side of a building© Motor Trend Staff

At first glance, this car looks pretty much the same as the last one we saw undergoing cold-weather testing. Look a little closer, though, and it's clear Porsche made a few changes. The front end, for example, now wears what looks like a center-mounted radar array, possibly for adaptive cruise control or other active safety functions. And in place of the last prototype's conventional wheels, this car rides on center-lockers.

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The biggest changes, however, are toward the rear. Even though the wing and the general shape of the bumper look about the same, the air outlets have been modified. And unlike the squared-off quad exhaust found on the previous prototype, this one has a dual exhaust with round tips. There's a chance the rear vent simply broke during testing, but that exhaust is definitely GT2-inspired.

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Thanks to recently released teaser images that don’t hide much, we already have a pretty good idea how the next - generation Porsche 911 will look. Next - gen 911 Turbo prototypes have also already been caught testing multiple times.

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So is this still the 911 Turbo? Perhaps a Turbo S? Our spy photographer suggested it may actually be a 911 GT3 prototype, but we're skeptical. After all, it's only been a month since Porsche said it really didn't want to turbocharge the GT3. But if it's actually a GT2, you wouldn't think Porsche would include driver-assistance features such as adaptive cruise control. Then again, since this is a prototype, Porsche could always be testing features from multiple vehicles.

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For now, it will have to remain a mystery. Check out the photos in the gallery below and come to your own conclusions.

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Porsche 911 GT3 RS Facelift Spied Completely Free Of Camouflage .
We're expecting an official announcement from Porsche any day now. It was barely a week ago when we saw what was reported by Australia’s Drive as the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS. Wearing green with bold GT3 RS striping, it was a massive leak on what promises to be the most powerful naturally aspirated Porsche ever to come from Stuttgart. We still haven’t heard an official word from Porsche on the GT3 RS, but spy photographers have caught the car testing in snow without any camouflage. It’s got the same vents, same wheels, and yes, the same bonkers wing.

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