Porsche 911 Soon Getting a Makeover


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As the Frankfurt Auto Show comes closer, Porsche has begun testing the new generation 911 super sports car with minimal disguise.

Major changes includes a revised rear end design, ORVMs and of course the width of car which has been now increased by almost 2.5 inches. Take a look..

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Ah! the one in yellow looks cute! What is on the bumper btw?

One more ques - any idea how is Porsche doing in India?
 
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The rear end looks good..But I didn't like the headlights though.
As 350Z had said,they're testing it with minimal disguise and that can be seen on bumper.
 
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New 911 now revealed!! Porsche is also showing it in their indian website [clap]

price - Rs 96.97 lakh ex-showroom Delhi for the Carrera and Rs 1.13 Cr for the more powerful Carrera S.
 

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Porche 911 facelift spied

Porsche has been testing the facelifted 911 range for quite some time and now a crop of prototypes were spotted in South Africa ahead of what will likely be an official reveal in the second half of this year, possibly in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show. As you would expect from a 911 facelift, the changes will be very subtle and likely visible only to the trained eye but this shouldn’t come as a surprise since Porsche has a winning formula with the 911’s design so they won’t alter the recipe and risk losing loyal customers.
Aside from the minor visual tweaks, the facelifted 911 range could drop all the naturally aspirated engines, with the exception of the GT3 and GT3 RS models. Company’s product chief Wolfgang Hatz has already said this will eventually happen, but he didn’t specify an exact timetable so they might decide to wait until the next-gen likely due around 2018.
Chances are the 911 GT3 RS will be launched before the rest of the refreshed models and it will come with an all-new engine which will reportedly deliver somewhere in the region of 500 bhp (373 kW).

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Porsche designers at their best. Non- auto heads will have to bring in magnifying glass to pin point the changes[lol] .
 
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