Next Generation Porsche 911 Cabriolet Spied


New Porsche 911 Cabriolet Spied


  • New interior design language to debut in new gen 911
  • Next gen 911 will have rear-wheel-steering as standard
  • New 911 Cabriolet and Coupe will make it to India

The Porsche 911 is possibly one of the most iconic shapes in automobile history. With its iconic rear engine layout that was inspired by the Volkswagen Beetle and the beautiful wide rear fenders, the Porsche 911 has improved over time to achieve nearly perfect driving dynamics. And every few years, Porsche improves it even further with a new generation. The 991 series 911 has been around for a while now and will soon be replaced and test mules of the new car have already been spied earlier. Now though, a test mule of the cabriolet or convertible version of the Porsche 911 has been spotted.


(New Porsche 911 Cabriolet spied)

The new Porsche 911 cabriolet is wearing quite a serious amount of camouflage (all painted in black) in typical Porsche fashion and has a whole bunch of fake panels and stickers to conceal some key points in the body. However, the wide rear fenders do showcase the fact that the new Porsche might now come standard with rear wheel steering to make them quicker.

new porsche 911 cabriolet spied rear
(New Porsche 911 Cabriolet rear image)

The new Porsche 911 will also get a slightly higher mounted exhaust setup akin to the one on the current gen 911 GT2 RS for example. The engines of course will continue to be turbocharged units across the board.

(New Porsche 911 interiors)

Another big change in the new 911 will be the updated interior. The test mule showcases a new and quite cool looking gear shifter (automatic) and other new toggle switch based controls. The new 911 will also come with a much much larger infotainment screen in the centre of the dashboard. The instrument cluster too is typically Porsche and will continue to get the analogue tachometer bang in the centre surrounded by two screens that will showcase the speed and other necessary information. The new 911 will of course make it to India post its international launch as the demand for performance and sports cars in India grows year on year.