2015 Porsche 911 - Carrera GTS spy shots
“Porsche will makeover the current-gen 911 in upcoming year 2015, when a novice 911 GTS
would be introduced in the market”.
These are the newest spy shots to be included in the upcoming GTS version of the current
model type-991 Porsche 911 Carrera. The previous model Carrera GTS launched in the year
2010 and proved to be so popular that Porsche introduced more GTS based models on the
Panamera and Cayenne and the recent ones include Cayman and Boxster.
Porsche’s GTS models are intended at buyers after something aggressive and sportier than
the regular Carrera S models, but are not looking for something as Turbo and GT3. The earlier
versions of Carrera GTS came up with greater power than regular Carrera and improved
aerodynamics as well and the wider body of Carrera 4 model. The new 991-based car model is
expected to come with similar upgrades.
The current model Carrera S is featuring 400 horsepower, so we expect a bit increase to
around 425 hp marks for the Carreras GTS. Porsche’s seven-speed manual transmission must
be standard with seven speed PDK dual clutch type unit enduring to be an option. Expect
extremely stiffer suspension as well, along with additional kit included in the cabin and a special
badging. Buyers must even have all-wheel drive option.
Porsche is working on a mid-cycle upgrades for the Carrera and few of the updates would
feature on the model Carrera GTS, such as new bumpers and revised tail-lights. The upcoming
model is unique to Carrera GTS; however are dual exhaust tips situated close to the real
bumper center. The regular Carrera comes equipped with the exhaust tips at its outer edge of
the real bumper.
Porsche will makeover the current-gen 911 in upcoming year 2015, when a novice 911 GTS
would be introduced in the market. For 2015, the Porsche 911 convertibles and coupes are
combines by a Targa body style. The Targa has offered an upgrade to automatic closing and
opening. 2015 Porsche 911 will have some changes such as it is expected to feature new
bumper, with more angular air intakes. The rear bumper shows more sweeping modifications;
there are new vents for the rear wheels. Camouflage across the rear lights simply signifies
that the current car model’s slim line would be chucked for a unique pair of 3D clusters that
inspired by Macan 4x4’s lights. The RS would be built on the present GT3’s stellar performance
efficiently by cranking up power from about 469bhp to about 500bhp, adding more extreme
aero package and stiffer suspension.