Porsche 911 Turbo S Leaks Out Ahead Of Geneva Motor Show Debut

21 February 2020 - Motor1

Porsche 911 Turbo S Leaks Out Ahead Of Geneva Motor Show Debut

There's even a 911 Turbo S decal on the door.

Images of a completely uncamouflaged and seemingly production-ready 992-generation Porsche 911 Turbo S have leaked out from the Instagram account Cochespias. The three photos provide an extensive look at the exterior of the new coupe, except for showing off the rear. The speedy coupe makes an official debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

In front, the 911 Turbo looks very similar to the Carrera S. The major difference is that the openings above turn signals is larger. The three-inlet layout for the lower fascia is similar, but there appear to be more horizontal slats in the corners of this variant.

Images of a completely uncamouflaged and seemingly production-ready 992-generation Porsche 911 Turbo S have leaked out from the Instagram account Cochespias. The three photos provide an extensive look at the exterior of the new coupe, except for showing off the rear. The speedy coupe makes an official debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

In front, the 911 Turbo looks very similar to the Carrera S. The major difference is that the openings above turn signals is larger. The three-inlet layout for the lower fascia is similar, but there appear to be more horizontal slats in the corners of this variant.

The biggest design change for the new 911 Turbo in comparison to the Carrera models is that this one has inlets in the rear fenders for getting more air into the engine bay. There's also a larger wing on the back that looks like a lip spoiler when down, but spy shots tell us the piece extends upwards. This one also has a decal on the lower part of the doors that proclaims it's the 911 Turbo S, in case you aren't sure about the vehicle's identity.

Rumors suggest the 992-generation 911 Turbo would retain the existing model's 3.8-liter twin-turbo flat-six. The output for the S could be around 640 hp (477 kW), and the horsepower would run through an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic to an all-wheel-drive system.

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