Expect improvements to the powertrain and the chassis.
Porsche 911 News
Old 'Widowmakers' get 1.5-liter turbo V6 TAG-Porsche F1 engines with 750 hp.
Based on the 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet bodyshell, with a more aerodynamic windshield angle and shorter side windows, the 911 Speedster is a more hardcore 991 iteration.
It's styled to look like the original 935/78.
The active rear spoiler reaches huge proportions
The two cars look nearly identical
It has a twin-turbo 3.6-liter flat-six with 450 horsepower.
This includes a one-of-one 1966 911 Spyder.
Expect the new model to make at least 390 horsepower.
This brief look shows off some new details.
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More size, more power, more luxury for 992-series Porsche 911.
500 horsepower, a manual transmission and endless headroom.
The last Porsche 911 Speedster was a limited-production special that marked the end of the 997-generation 911. We've seen spy photos of that car's follow-up a few times by now, each revealing a little bit more than the last. From what we can tell, the new model is essentially a drop-top version of the 991.2 Porsche 911 GT3, 500 horsepower naturally-aspirated flat-six and all.
The factory Porsche driver walks off and weaves through the thick crowds waving smartphones at priceless cars. For every 10 steps we take in Ganahl Lumber's vast warehouse in Torrance, CA, there's someone who recognizes Long and greets him. In spite of all of his accomplishments on the track, he might become better known for co-creating Luftgekühlt with Howie Idelson, an automotive culture event celebrating classic Porsches. Without stopping, Long graciously acknowledges the guests and cont
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