It has been a couple of years since the current generation Porsche 911 (991 Series) was launched. Meanwhile, the Stuttgart-based sports car maker is already working on a facelifted version of the iconic sports car. Rumour has it that the Porsche 911 range may get an update in the future.
A prototype was recently spotted testing at the Nürburgring with mild styling tweaks. The car was spotted with a more angular front bumper and new slim-line LED daytime running lights. The rear also gets a redesigned bumper that features horizontal ducts on the outer edge to pull out air from the engine bay. This could be an indication that the test mule spotted might succeed the 911 GTS.
The engines are re-engineered to meet the Euro 6 emission norms and are also rumoured to produce more power. The range will include straight six engines of similar capacity with certain naturally aspirated variants getting as much as 425bhp on tap.
Earlier there were rumours doing rounds that the 911 range might get the flat four engines which was shunned by Porsche. Instead the flat four engine might find its way into the Boxster and Cayman.
India will get the updated range of all 911 models, six months from the date of their international launch. Porsche has always been very discreet in the way they have introduced their cars in India. Currently, Porsche almost sells its complete range in India barring a few models.