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Spyshots: Porsche 911 (991) Turbo Spotted With Almost No Camouflage

The Porsche 991-series 911 is the seventh and latest iteration of the classic formula, yet despite the fact that some lesser versions are now available for purchase, the Turbo is still undergoing testing.
A lightly-camouflaged Turbo was recently spotted undergoing testing in Stuttgart, Germany, and while Porsche may have masked off most of the different details, we can still perfectly see the wider (almost bulging) rear arches, the larger spoiler on the back and extra air inlets to cool its new engine.

While we may not know for sure, it has been hinted that the car will be powered by a tri-turbo 3.8-liter horizontally-opposed engine. In theory, this means that the surge of power would be constant and relentless, and not let up from no rpm to the redline. It will undoubtedly be 'more and better' than the current generation car, in every single way - except the steering which now is electric.

 
 
 
 
 

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