A developmental version of the next-generation 2018 Porsche 911 has been spotted on and around the Nurburgring tracks. The spied car is using a new body and is expected to use a new modular platform as well. Check out the first look here.
The development of the new generation 911 continues. After months without being able to photograph it in action, the guys at Autoblog got these awesome spy photos of the 2018 Porsche 911.
The new generation Porsche 911 will come with a new platform under its body. A modular architecture that will also allow 911 to change its dimensions and reduce its weight as well as give access to a new range of mechanical. The main novelty in this section will be the arrival of a plug -in hybrid variant . In this respect, it will follow the trail of the Porsche Panamera or Cayenne
Although in the spy photos, one can't confirm all these information. What is confirmed is that the new 911 will grow in size as wider fenders can be seen with tape covering the vents behind the front wheels that seems to be taken from the now Porsche 911 GT3 RS as reported by Caradvice.
With this 2018 Porsche 911 test car, we can't see that much development in the aesthetic section but it is sure to follow the current design of 911 and only with a few changes. It wouldn't take long enough for Porsche fans to find out more about the new 911 as early next year, the manufacturer will probably begin more testing and the new 911 will be spotted more often.
The next-generation Porsche 911 is expected to make its debut late in 2018 or early 2019. For now, one can just enjoy the current 911 as it still has a lot of life left in it and is one of the best cars in the market today.