Hunted a prototype of the Porsche 911 Turbo 2019 during a test

Porsche 911 Turbo 2019 - foto espía

To detail, one of the air intakes of the Porsche 911 Turbo 2019.

Porsche continues to work at full capacity in the development of the new generation of its most iconic, the 911. During these last few months are in several occasions that our photographers have taken with various mules of testing the Turbo version that will be available. Now, after a while “no news” of the future Porsche 911 Turbo 2019, we have caught a prototype during a test on the road.

Although it has a huge amount of camouflage (especially on your behind), we can discern some details highly relevant to the new 911 Turbo. In addition to a body kit specific, this version will have a few more axes widths, and a front that includes a more aggressive. The air inlets, which will gain in visibility, will be a good test of this.

Aesthetically, both the Porsche 911 Turbo 2019 as the basic model, will continue keeping the same silhouette of the outgoing model. Yes, look the most characteristic features of the design language that the signature of Stuttgart is using in their latest releases (see the new Panamera or Cayenne). A detail clarifying in this respect are the new rear lights.

Porsche 911 Turbo 2019 - foto espía posterior

behind the drive of the Porsche 911 Turbo 2019 photographed, has a large amount of camouflage.

eighth generation the reference model of Porsche will offer a behaviour more dynamic and agile thanks to its new active aerodynamic. Will have a new rear spoiler stowable to extend throughout the behind. Maintaining the same length of the current model, increasing a few millimeters pathways, front and rear, will increase the interior space.

Although it is not yet confirmed, do not rule out the possibility that the new Porsche 911 turn to a system semihíbrido with red electric 48 volt to improve the consumption levels of fuel and/or CO2 emissions.

¿When it will come to the market? The new generation of Porsche 911, known as 992, will be presented in the last quarter of next year. The first deliveries to customers will be made in the spring of 2019. If we take into account that the latest models of Porsche have been presented in its basic configuration for just a few months later to introduce the Turbo version, it is not surprising that the new 911 doing the same.