A couple of weeks passed when we showed you the first images of the 911 with a camouflage of the 992 variety, sporting a peculiar ducktail spoiler, and now the prototype is back, with our spies putting the car on public roads near Porsche’s tech center Got it. Zuffenhausen.
While it was not entirely clear for the first time that we are looking at the Turbo version as the angle of the photos was not helping, this time we can see the car in all its glory.
Looking at the center-lock wheels, we can be sure that the prototype is actually the Turbo S, with the main difference being the other Turbo S (992) prototypes that are spoiler spoilers.
As we have mentioned before, there are only two possibilities for what the car actually is. First, Porsche may offer a more specialized version of the 911, using the upcoming Turbo S as the base.
The Germans did something similar on the 997 generation of Neynelfer when a 911 GTS with five-leaf Fuchs wheels and a ducktail spoiler was offered to just 250 lucky customers.
Paying homage to the original Carrera 2.7 and 3.0 RS, the limited edition 911 Sport Classic is now one of the most iconic 997 editions for its rarity.
Secondly, Porsche can simply reintroduce the Carrera RS nameplate using the new Turbo S as the base. We tend to be more inclined towards this option as it is a bit overkill to test a limited-edition version based on models not yet unveiled during development.
We know for sure that whatever its name is, it will be a high-speed car. The regular Turbo S ‘twin-turbocharged boxer engine is expected to deliver less than 650 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque on all four wheels, producing speeds of 340 kmph (211 mph) and 0-8 kmph. Enough for mph) time of fewer than 2.5 seconds. This “RS” version should be similar, if not slightly better specs.