Here are brand new spy shots of the next-generation Porsche 911 Turbo. Enjoy!
The Turbo will be lighter than the previous model, thanks to the extensive use of aluminium in the body shell and most of the panels – with a saving of around 45kg, the new Turbo Coupé should weigh in at around 1550kg.
A reworked version of the last model’s 3.8-litre flat six increases power from 493bhp to 525bhp, and torque will rise from 479lb ft to just under 500lb ft. It uses three turbos to help deliver these increases while improving fuel consumption and cutting CO2 output. One of three is a smaller unit, which works from lower down the rev range to provide boost at low speeds, while the second and third cut in at higher speeds.