The Porsche 911 ST, a limited-edition special build sold from 1970 to 1971, appears to be returning. With just 24 units sold, Porsche will pay tribute to the iconic 911 ST and its success, with a special edition expected to be launched before the end of 2023. It will be based on the current generation 911 but will carry the ST name.
Sources have spotted the car, which appears to be using the 911 GT3 Touring as its base with a modified body, most notably a modified double bubble roof. In addition, the rear camouflage on the front fenders presumably hides some GT3 RS-like air intakes.
There's no word on how much power the 911 ST will produce, but since it's based on the GT3 Touring, the 4.0L flat-six should deliver at least 502 hp.
The Porsche 911 ST is expected to launch before the end of this year as a '24 model.
Spy Shot: '24 Hyundai Elantra
Sources captured the '24 Hyundai Elantra without any camouflage in downtown Los Angeles.
The Elantra features an all-new front end with new headlights that appear noticeably slimmer and oriented more horizontally, indicating a departure from the previous model. In addition, the front fascia has a completely redesigned appearance, with a new grille shape and a fully reworked front bumper.
While the changes made to the rear fascia are more subtle in comparison, there are minor revisions to the taillights and the rear bumper.
Sources expect the official debut of the '24 Hyundai Elantra in the coming months.