The new 2021 Porsche 911 GTS Targa has also arrived in northern Sweden for a series of tests. The new model appears completely uncovered, without camouflage, and after more than six months missing, despite the spy photos showing a completely covered interior.
In just over 24 hours, Porsche will unveil its first great novelty of the year, the new generation of the 911 GT3. The German firm has big launches scheduled for this year, and one of them is also the also new Porsche 911 GTS Targa, which we have seen a couple of times last year, in winter tests and later in summer, at the Nürburgring.
Six months apart and he returns to the frozen landscapes of northern Europe, completely uncovered. A final stage of testing and accumulating kilometers before going into productionas its debut is expected early next summer, hitting dealerships as model 2022. However, the prototype that appears in these spy photos does so with the dashboard completely covered with a canvas, knowing that the design will be the same as other versions of the new 911.
The dashboard of the new Porsche 911 GTS Targa (992) 2021 appears completely covered
The new Porsche 911 GTS Targa 2021 rushes its last tests with prototypes uncovered
An indication that makes one think a little more carefully about a mule that, in addition to its own evidence, also has a completely new dashboard. One of the great novelties that are being considered for the facelift of the Porsche 911, of which points to a much more modern design, very much in the vein of the Taycan.
One of the preparations for a facelift in which Porsche invests more than a year. And it is that the generational model 992 was presented at the Los Angeles 2018 Show and went on sale in spring 2019, so it is about to turn two years on sale and three in November. The right time to start some tests.
In any case, the 911 GTS, and 911 GTS Targa, will arrive in the coming months after a long delay, given the presentation scheduled for the end of 2020. They will do so with the standard Sport Design package, specific details in the interior and with the 3.0-liter twin-turbo six-cylinder engine, which is expected to have a maximum output of approximately 475 hp. A version with all-wheel drive and gearbox 6 or 7 speed manual, and the optional PDK dual-clutch automatic with 7 relations.
The rear three-quarter view of the new 2021 Porsche 911 GTS Targa looks stylish and sporty