Two months after the release of the Porsche 911 Type 991 Turbo, Porsche has tested the convertible variant. The car of Zuffenhausen was surprised on a German road with hood removed.
Porsche revs with its 911 (Type 991). At the end of March, the Turbo version would have been entitled to a test phase on the route of demanding Nürburgring.
This time it’s the convertible variant which was a surprise in any other setting by photographers of Motortrend. it was beginning to offer a walk on a country road when German spy shots have seized on the fly.
Luckily, the 911 Cabriolet was stripped allowing to discover the allure of its lines without the hood. It preserves the genetic Zuffenhausen with impressive air intakes on the rear fenders and tailpipes integrated into the rear bumper.
However, the nature of the engine is debatable. Some sources speak of a twin-turbo, others suggest the possibility of a third turbo for better torque. In any case, the Flat-6 should claim between 515 and 530 horsepower while the Turbo version could be S with 600 hp.
Porsche has not indicated if the launch date of the Porsche 911 Convertible version occur before the end of the year. If this happens, it could be presented at the Paris Motor Show in September. images courtesy ©MotorTrend