While we have already seen the mid-cycle refresh of the 911, this is the first time was have seen the top-trim 911 Turbo S wearing its new skin. The car features new front and rear bumpers, freshly shaped headlights and taillights, new LED daytime running lights, new door handles and a new grille on the engine trunk lid.
Porsche is pumping more horsepower into the entire 911 range thanks to a new lineup of turbocharged engines. While details on the top-dog 911 Turbo S aren’t available yet, it is likely that the car will receive a power boost which may see the car crack 600 hp.
Interior revisions will include a new infotainment system and the addition of a steering-wheel mounted drive mode selector.
The upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show in the beginning of September is expected to host the debut of the refreshed 911 lineup.
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