Seen winter testing in the Arctic Circle, the model will get the same visual changes that include a new front bumper and dark rear lights. A folding soft top is also retained for the convertible.
The car’s width will increase slightly with wider tracks, and there’ll be a minor growth for the wheelbase to slightly grow cabin space.
The next-generation model will introduce new turbocharged flat-six engines that will produce around 10-15bhp more than today’s Carrera and Carrera S Convertible models.
The current Carrera and Carrera S deliver 364bhp and 414bhp, respectively, so the 992-generation 911 will produce from around 375bhp to 429bhp.
Added from 2020 will be a hybrid drivetrain that’ll combine the flat-six unit with an electric motor. It’ll offer limited all-electric performance as well as added urgency when working in tandem with the engine.
Porsche will also introduce new electronic software to make the all-wheel drive 911s more efficient.