2013 Porsche 911 (991) Turbo Cabrio Rendered
The car which was spotted testing several months ago during the European winter has once again turned up on the radar. It is the new Porsche 911 Cabrio all ready with its new design and better performance. The renderings of the rear have already been seen. The digital artist, Dan Buzdugan at PS-Garage.com has taken a press photo showing the front view and re-imagined it as the soon to be revealed Turbo variant.
After analysis, Buzdugan states, “It’s clearly visible, from the spy shots, the car has gained a wider wheel base and fenders have been enlarged, especially the rear ones, which also gained and air duct for better cooling. It looks like that Porsche isn’t going to ditch the fog lights, but they have somewhat changed the front bumper, vents are of a different design. The car sits lower, there’s a new splitter attached on the front bumper as well as new sideskirts. A new lifting spoiler has also been added.”
It is expected to debut at the upcoming Paris Motor Show. Rumors say that the Turbo variants will receive a tri-turbocharged flat-six engine which produces 550 hp which is 20 hp more than its predecessor. It will be mated with a seven-speed manual which is standard or an optional seven-speed PDK dual-clutch transmission. It can sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds and has a maximum speed of 200 mph.