The next-generation 2019 Porsche 911 convertible has been spied trying out with the top down in Europe.
We’ve noticed the next-gen 911 in undercover agent footage already, and the drop-top sticks with the identical theme – sluggish, consistent evolution. It’s transparent the automotive is a 911.
Like the coupe prototypes we’ve already noticed, there are lashings of tape on the entrance bumper hiding the form of the air intakes, whilst camouflage obscures the new style’s headlamp graphics.
Along the facet we will see impressively large wheel arches, flush-fitting door handles, and angular wing mirrors.
There’s extra camouflage at the rear, however a particular rear hump and skinny, full-width rear lights are visual to the global.
As with the coupe, the convertible rides on a much broader platform than the present automotive. It’s anticipated all however the maximum hardcore GT3 and RS fashions will likely be powered by way of turbocharged, six-cylinder boxer engines.
While the new 911 is cautiously evolutionary on the out of doors, undercover agent footage from remaining 12 months display a extra radical redesign of the internal, which makes use of recent show generation to chop down on button muddle.
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2019 Porsche 911 spied with the top down