Before you think these are just another set of Porsche 911 spy shots, take a closer look: these are the very first spy photos of the new 911 Turbo. Those big air-inlets in the rear fenders are no longer stickers that Porsche put there on the normal 911 prototypes, these are real holes. And look at those wide fenders and the rear bumper with the integrated exhaust pipes and air outlets on the sides. This is the real deal, the icon of icons; The 911 Turbo.
But how much power will the new 911 Turbo have? We have heard rumors talking about all between 550-600 wild horses powering all four wheels. And it seems like the guys over at Porsche have made it possible to fit the engine with its turbos and inter-coolers without needing a big wing at the back. Maybe the “whaletail” wing will be optional and the retractable wing standard.
I guess we will just have to wait and see. The “normal” 911 versions are planned to be official at the Frankfurt car Show in September later this year, making it possible that they will reveal the Turbo in Geneva in March 2012.