New facelifted Porsche 911 spy shots have emerged showing a prototype in the midst of testing with absolutely no camouflage. Expected to be launched later in the year, the facelifted 991-generation 911 will adopt a number of subtle tweaks to distinguish it from the current car.
At the front, the facelifted Porsche 911 range will adopt tweaked headlights and if reports are to be believed, air intakes with moveable horizontal slats. Elsewhere, a new front apron will be adopted while at the rear, new taillights have been installed with a slightly different shape to the current units found across the 911 range.
Beyond the exterior styling changes, the most significant development of the facelifted Porsche 911 will be its adoption of turbocharged engines across the range. These new engines will reportedly replace the existing range of naturally aspirated engines leaving the 911 range with just a single all-motor powerplant exclusively for the 911 GT3 and GT3 RS.
Inside, previous spy shots have shown that a number of subtle changes will be adopted with the new 911 Turbo for example, set to receive a steering wheel baring similarities to the Porsche 918 Spyder’s.