992 Turbo spotted testing at ‘Ring
Prototype’s first visit to Green Hell reveals new front PU and extended rear spoiler
Total 911’s spies have captured the next-generation Porsche 992 Turbo testing at the Nürburgring Nordschleife for the first time. After various sightings of prototypes gracing the public road in recent months, a visit to the Green Hell shows Porsche is stepping up its testing efforts as the company looks to introduce the car by the end of next year.
The pictures reveal key new details to the next-gen 911 Turbo’s makeup, including a revision to its active aerodynamics. At the rear, the Turbo’s wing, which was previously revealed to be much wider than the outgoing 991.2, also appears to sit much higher on taller, extendable struts. Meanwhile, at the front of the car, a revised active lip sits below the mule’s PU as Porsche looks to manage downforce and aerodynamics in its Turbo supercar, which is set to offer an engine with an output of 600hp-plus for the first time.