- GTS to come with rear-wheel drive and coupe, convertible and Targa verisons
- To feature a different front bumper with GT3-inspired air intakes, nearly centrally-mounted exhaust pipes, and a more aggressive rear diffuser
- Small power and torque bump expected with the 2019 model
Like most of the other models in the 911 range, the revamped Porsche 911 GTS will adopt turbo power and will make use of the current GTS’ 3.0-litre twin-turbo flat six.
The new GTS will once again come with rear-wheel drive and coupe, cabriolet and Targa variants will be available with both, manual and PDK dual-clutch variants. There are no numbers yet, but it will certainly get a small power bump and once again come with the Carrera 4 wide body and feature the Sport Chrono package, PASM active suspension and some styling tweaks that will differentiate it from lesser versions.
As far as styling is concerned, the 2019 Porsche 911 GTS, snapped here close to the German Nurburgring, boasts a different front bumper with GT3-inspired air intakes, two nearly centrally-mounted exhaust pipes, and a more aggressive rear diffuser. The centre-lock wheels might only be offered as an optional extra.