The upcoming 2020 Porsche 911 will make its global debut at the Los Angeles Motor Show to be held in November this year. The 2020 Porsche 911 has been spied testing cruising with current 911.2 model and the spy images reveal certain features of the upcoming rear engined sports car. The upcoming 2020 Porsche 911 had been spotted time and again, which indicates that the manufacturer is not any more interested to leave the car uncovered. A few portions of the car is covered with a black tape which will be revealed in a month at the time of its global debut.

It is clear from the spy images that the upcoming 2020 Porsche will be made broader through the hips with more aggressively flared rear guards. The rear engined sports car will get classic round 911 headlamps with a revamped duad LED lighting signature, a redesigned grille with fewer curves and rectangular vents and the newly sculptured hood which reminds of the air cooled 911s from the 70s and 80s. On close approximation, it is visible that the body lines of the hood are squared off.

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Upcoming 2020 Porsche 911 Spied Alongside The Current Model Image Source - Motor1
Upcoming 2020 Porsche 911 Spied Alongside The Current Model
Image Source – Motor1

The rear of the upcoming 2020 Porsche 911 is inspired from the Panamera. The rear sports slimmer tail lamps connected by a red strip. Besides that, the car continues to carry forward a vertically slatted air intake but the spy shots shows that it is now made slimmer and rounder on the upcoming Porsche 911. The upcoming 2020 Porsche 911 feature the number plate which comes integrated into the rear diffuser and the exhaust tips are moved towards the corner. The central tail pipes have been subbed for wider set quads and the rear window seems to come with less inward slope at the bottom.

The interior of the upcoming 2020 Porsche 911 will be inspired fom the Panamera. The new Porsche 911 comes with a host of driver assistance features. The upcoming Porsche 911 is expected to come equipped with a range of turbocharged flat six petrol engines along with the potential for a hybrid variant and classic five dial cluster.

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