Still have a few hours until the moment we will see the official presentation of the new generation of the German coupe Porsche 911 in performance more powerful Turbo S. However, the engineering team of the brand continues to test its new products. Recently published photos show that the new 911 Turbo S takes another series of winter tests, and, like some of the earlier prototypes of the model it is equipped with a very interesting spoiler, which was nicknamed “duck tail”. It is noteworthy that this spoiler was installed on the Porsche 911 Sport Classic model 2010.
Earlier, we saw a few prototypes of the new 911 Turbo S, which has received active rear spoilers. Well, some of the spotted test car was equipped with a fixed “duck tails”.
Last week there was a photo teaser of the updated Porsche 911 Turbo S, which was the silhouette of a vehicle with active rear spoiler that was over the brake light. It was no “duck spoiler”, which we can see on this prototype new products.
It’s possible that the guys from Porsche are testing a special version of the news – it is possible that we are talking about the performance of the Sport Classic, which will receive a fixed spoiler “duck tail”. These versions of the model will be limited in circulation. There are rumors that the German automaker can also produce even more “hot” modification 911 Turbo RS.
What would Porsche had not planned for the 911 Turbo S with a “duck tail”, its power should not be low. It is expected that the new 911 Turbo S will get a significant increase in power from 580 to 640 horsepower. Torque should also increase from 750 to 800 Nm. The coupe will be powered by an updated version of the 3.8-liter six-cylinder engine with dual turbo, which delivers power via eight-speed automatic transmission with dual clutch to all four wheels.