Our spy photographers have managed to capture a facelifted version of the Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio on camera while it was being tested out.
For anyone who is not a true Porsche fan, talking about a facelifted 911 or Boxster is pretty much the same as talking about two identical twins, but even so, the car manufacturer continues to offer facelifted versions of its current models. The newest one to undergo this treatment is the 911 Turbo Cabrio which has been captured on camera by our spy photographers and it can be seen, with its camouflaged body, in the images posted below.
Camouflaging a facelifted Porsche roadster makes absolutely no sense because the vehicle in question would have gone by unseen without the wrapped body so this is probably done for commercial and marketing purposes. Even so, our spy photographers, who are better connoisseurs of Porsche models than we are, are saying that the test vehicle has reshaped air intakes at the front, LED daytime running lights, larger taillights and several other tweaks, which should put some “space” between this and the model introduced not that long ago. Rumor has it that the facelifted 911 Turbo Cabrio will be introduced next year, probably in Geneva.