The brand new Porsche 911 Turbo has been spotted while undergoing testing near the Arctic Circle, where the isolation of that folding roof must have been tested to the extreme. The good news is that the driver doesn’t seem to be wearing ski clothes and a furry hat, so the soft-top must be up to the job.
The new Turbo is supposedly powered by a brand new engine configuration - a tri-turbo flat-six unit displacing 3.8-liters as usual, but providing 530 hp or more without much in the way of turbo lag.
Compared to the regular 911 Carrera Cabriolet, the Turbo version comes with bigger ear-wheel arches and a new active rear spoiler.
We’ll remind you that the outgoing 997 generation Turbo was launched, it was the first performance car with variable turbine geometry, so we’re right in expecting a veritable technological showcase with the next one.