Spyshots: 2013 Porsche 911 Turbo

Not to long ago, we showed you a series of spyshots of the GT3 version of the 991 generation Porsche 911 . While the race-car-on-the-road version of the new 911 has its own special charms, it can never reach the sheer performance of the Turbo incarnation of the rear-engined coupe.
Spyshots: 2013 Porsche 911 Turbo 6 photos
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Our team of spy photographers have now caught a prototype of the new 911 Turbo during a winter testing session. The forced induction version comes with wider fenders, with air intakes in the rear ones, as well as a new layout for the exhaust pipes.

For the new generation of the 911, Porsche is expected to make a new radical move, just like it did when it introduced the outgoing 997 generation, when it introduced the first series production variable geometry turbo petrol engine in the world.

This time, the vehicle is expected to receive a tri-turbo flat six, which should deliver between 525 and 550 hp. In addition to that, the new tech setup will also brings advantages such as better throttle response, greater efficiency and a more linear power delivery.

The 991 Porsche 911 Turbo is expected to make its debut by the end of the current world, so you’d better start preparing for the moment when the performance specs are released - its 0 to 62 mph sprint should play in the neck-snapping 3 second league, and could even go under this value.
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