Next year, Porsche is pinned to introduce the midlife facelift for the 991-generation of Porsche 911. Numerous prototypes have been spied testing around the world in recent months and now Theophilus Chin has decided to render how the revised 911 could look.
For starters, the car pictured features heavily tinted headlights which are certainly more menacing than the units currently used by the 911. Additionally, the horizontal LED daytime running lights are now far narrower and based on recent test mules it seems likely that such changes are afoot.
Final changes included by Chin are a new hood with aggressive lines as well as a revised front splitter and air intakes. While the mesh intakes pictured look good, all testers have featured horizontal slats which are believed to be movable.
Beyond the changes rendered, the 991.2 Porsche 911 range will adopt slightly revised taillights as well as tweaks to the rear bumper.
[Via Theophilus Chin]
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