Porsche 997 Speedster And Porsche GTS Review

However, the fresh spyshots we've brought along for today allow us to check out the production roof for the first time - while the previous spyshots showed a makeshift top, the concept was presented with its roof stored - you can find the images of the concept in the second part of the gallery above.

The double bubble rear deck is complemented by the canvas sculpture that is the roof of this prototype and there's no reason to believe that the showroom model's top will be different. The concept's uber-cool retro side mirrors are missing, though.

Keep in mind that while the 997-generation Speedster, which came around in 2010, was based on the 911 GTS, the chassis for the newcomer is borrowed from the GT3.

Porsche has lest it slide that the posterior of the thing will be occupied by a 9,000 rpm-capable 4.0-liter flat-six, so you can expect the thing to deliver at least 500 hp, as is the case with the GT3 motor. The concept came in six-speed manual trim, while a seven-speed PDK could come as an option.

The 2019 Porsche 911 Speedster is expected to debut by the end of the year, with the Paris Motor Show or the Los Angeles Motor Show being likely venues for the introduction of the limited edition model. And yes, the model could be sold out at the time of its arrival.

Source : https://www.autoevolution.com/news/2019-porsche-911-speedster-prototype-reveals-production-design-with-artsy-roof-126645.html

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