We mean, it's really big, way bigger than the simple flap on the current model. The spoiler spans pretty much the entire rear end of the car, and it's all one piece. It's not the expanding design used on the Porsche Panamera. From the rear, it can look a bit odd to have such a big section of the car exposed, but from front 3/4 and profile views, there's a hint of the low, wide spoilers seen on 993 911 Turbos.
We can also see that this spoiler design will be used on both the standard 911 Carrera and the more powerful Carrera S. The regular Carrera is the dark blue car with the dual exhaust, and the Carrera S is the bright orange car with the quad exhaust. The rear spoiler isn't the only bit of active aerodynamics in effect either, as the previous set of photos revealed active front lip spoilers.
We expect to see the car revealed sometime during the upcoming auto show season, so late this year or early next year. It will almost certainly make use of turbocharged flat-six engines across the lineup with the exception of the GT3, and we believe the base model will make 390 horsepower, an increase of 20 over the current model. It will likely also be offered in manual and PDK versions plus coupe, convertible and targa body styles.