Like most of the other models of the 911 range, the revamped 911 GTS will adopt turbo power and make use of the current GTS’ 3.0L twin-turbo flat six, mated to a manual or PDK dual-clutch. The new GTS will once again come with rear-wheel drive, and be available in Coupe, Cabriolet and Targa trim levels.
As far as styling is concerned, the Porsche 911 GTS boasts a different front bumper with GT3-inspired air intakes, two nearly centrally mounted exhaust pipes and a more aggressive rear diffuser. The center-lock wheels might only be offered as an optional extra.
There are no numbers yet, but it will certainly get a small power bump, and once again, come with the Carrera 4 wide body and feature the Sport Chrono package, PASM active suspension and some styling tweaks that will differentiate it from lesser versions.
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