A new Porsche 911 means you can expect an impending onslaught of new varietals of the iconic sports car. One such expectation is a 911 Turbo Cabriolet, and, true to form, our spy photographers captured a camo-clad example out in the wild.

Since you know what the un-camouflaged car looks like, you should be able to picture a naked Turbo version pretty easily. A large intake is clearly visible, as is the rear spoiler, but the rest should be relatively similar to the non-Turbo car.

Check it out for yourself in our attached image gallery.


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      Sukairain
      • 3 Years Ago
      The guy holding a roll of black duct tapes at the Porsche proving ground in Germany - "Oh come on this is ridiculous~ do I really need to spend an hour taping it up? What's the point!? I think everybody already knows what it looks like"
        ACSRHS
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Sukairain
        I know! What a waste of tape... :P
        seanleeforever
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Sukairain
        yeap. actually i am pretty sure what Porsche 911 will look like in 10 or 20 years, or next 100 years for god sake.
          Elmo
          • 3 Years Ago
          @seanleeforever
          Just give it time, guys. This type of comment is much like the Corvette/leafsprings and Mustang/SRA arguments, which have died because people realize it's pointless to complain when they're wrong.
      • 3 Years Ago
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      waetherman
      • 3 Years Ago
      I have to say I'm a little surprised; with the 2012 redesign I thought it would be a good time for Porsche to finally get on the hard top convertible bandwagon. I guess I'll have to make do with the rumored new pop top Targa.
        brian
        • 3 Years Ago
        @waetherman
        And just where would the hardtop go? There's an engine back there!
          NissanGTR
          • 3 Years Ago
          @brian
          Im thinking 1st gen VW Bug sits on engine style.
          waetherman
          • 3 Years Ago
          @brian
          Well the 458 seems to have done it gracefully, and if there are any engineers who could do just as good a job it's the ones in Stuttgart, I would think.
        Krishan Mistry
        • 3 Years Ago
        @waetherman
        My best guess is that being rear engined AND leaving room for two miniature rear seats means that there is no room to store a folding hardtop. Obviously a softtop is easier to manipulate and takes up less space, as well as being lighter weight.
          Elmo
          • 3 Years Ago
          @Krishan Mistry
          4-seater hardtops have been around for quite some time. Chrysler Sebring/200C BMW 3-Series? Infiniti G37C? Lexus IS-C? It being a 4-seater shouldn't take away from it being a hardtop, BUT a rear engine that needs airflow should.
        • 3 Years Ago
        @waetherman
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          waetherman
          • 3 Years Ago
          I prefer the look of a hardtop, and the advantages in aerodynamics and security. As for the weight issue, I don't think it's a big deal - most folks who get a convertible sports car aren't weight weenies or track warriors, they're people who want to cruise in style with the top down.
        Elmo
        • 3 Years Ago
        @waetherman
        waetherman, are you not seeing the recent soft tops being produced today, let alone the pictures above? Do you not notice that there's a perfect curve to the soft top and no sign of bracing through the top? Aerodynamics aren't a problem when you can get rid of the obstructions found in the majority of older soft tops. By the way, please don't speak for everybody. If I'm going to get a 500+hp Porsche convertible, I'm not going to cruise in it. If you're that type of person that wants to cruise, then you're not the target customer for the car above. Also, the 458 Spider is mid-engined, not rear like the 911. You have 2 problems with it being rear. There's plumbing for both cooling and airflow, so when a hard top is retracted, it'll obstruct the plumbing, plus block off the airflow ducts you see on the car above.
      • 3 Years Ago
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      mini-me
      • 3 Years Ago
      Why is the passenger wearing a helmet while the driver is not? Does the test driver have a "reputation"?
      Mario Rados
      • 3 Years Ago
      http://www.lomaforged.com/#HOME
      PowerSlidePro
      • 3 Years Ago
      Thats a slick car hard top or not. I prefer the hard top, but thats still sweet.
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