> This test car has decals over the headlights and tail lamps
Of late, Porsche’s upcoming next-gen 911 prototypes have increasingly dropped most of their camouflage, which gives us a clear idea of what we can expect in the time to come.
We’ve noticed from the recent batch of shots that the new 911 has a neat trick up its sleeve with those active shutters on the air dams. While the slats appear closed most of the time, there are shots which show them partially open too. This is an interesting method of maximising the use of airflow.
Despite there being some amount of masking around the tail lamps, one can easily spot the graphics from the new internals. However, it’s the high-mounted brake lamps that invoke mixed feelings and this is surely just a temporary feature.
Plus, there have been earlier sightings where twin exhausts popped out of each corner of the test car. However, this white mule must be the base version since a single pipe can be seen on both ends of the bumper. Stay tuned to CarWale for more information on Porsche’s next 911.