Porsche Spied Testing Mysterious 911 Convertible with Center Mounted Tailpipes

As of now, Porsche’s 911-range consists of no less than 16 different models – pretty impressive given the sports nature of the brand’s most iconic car. And no, Porsche isn’t done yet, with possible additions including the Speedster, GT2, GT3 RS, GTS and perhaps a model the name of which remains unknown – the convertible you see pictured in the following spy shots.

The soft-top model with the modified engine outlets and the centrally mounted twin exhaust systems was spotted testing amongst a group of facelifted 991-generation 911s.

From what we have heard, Porsche hasn’t confirmed any plans for a convertible GTS, so unless it’s an early/unfinished prototype for the rumored 911 Speedster, one possible scenario is that the Germans may be working on a new and different version for the series. Thoughts?

Update: Our man on the ground told us the following: “I noticed that the air-intakes in the front bumper acted like curtains. They can be closed and opened depending on how much cooling is needed. When closed, they also help save fuel.”

By John Halas

Photo Credits: CarPix for CarScoopS



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