2019 Porsche 911 spied
The next generation 911 has been spotted testing once more, with big changes due to the inside and underneath.
Due to be released in 2019 the upcoming 911 won’t look drastically different from the outside, however the biggest changes will focus around the chassis and interior technology. The pictures show an all-new body, with the most considerable changes focused on the back of the vehicle. Similar to the 993, the new 911 will feature a full-width rear light bar, as well as a full-width rear wing, slatted engine cover and rear screen.
The front of the car offers a slightly refreshed view, boasting a new squared –off bonnet, as opposed to the current rounded off design. This development car is also seen using staggered wheels sizes, with 20-inch wheels on the front and 21-inche wheels on the rear.
The new 911 is expected to be released around 2019.
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