2019 Porsche 911 (992) Turbo Mule Not Ready To Show Production Body

Despite Porsche choosing to keep this next-gen 992 Turbo prototype very well hidden, we already have a pretty good ideal regarding what to expect once the body armor comes off – don’t forget, this is Stuttgart’s 911 we’re talking about.

The all-new Porsche 911 Turbo should feature the same taillight design as the other 992 models spotted recently wearing just camouflage. That means a Mission E-like rear and overall wider dimensions compared to the current model.

Of course, a wider body means a wider track and wider tires, which should bring about higher levels of grip to go with the probable bump in power.

Speaking of which, since the current 991 Turbo S flagship is good for 580 PS, we’re expecting the 992 Turbo to possibly surpass the 600 horses mark and even more for the ‘S’ version.

We expect to see the 992 Turbo wearing its production body within the next year, which sounds about right seen as how the new 911 isn’t expected to arrive in dealerships until 2019.

Once it drops, it will do battle with some of the fastest supercars in the world, such as the new McLaren 720S for example, plus just about any non-special edition Ferrari or Lamborghini.

Photo Credits: CarPix for CarScoops

PHOTO GALLERY

Mercedes Determined To Reduce Its Portfolio In The U.S. Market

The number of models has become confusing for buyers and a burden for Merc’s logistics.

Facelifted SsangYong Tivoli Bows In Korea With New Turbo Engine

The updated Tivoli has a significantly improved cabin with a digital instrument cluster and a more modern infotainment system.

Ford Cutting 10% Of Global White-Collar Workforce – Around 7,000 People Impacted

2,300 Ford employees will lose their job in the United States alone.

2020 Ford Taurus Facelift Goes Official In China, Sales Begin Later This Year

Remember the Taurus? There’s a new model coming out, but only for China.

2021 Audi RS3 Mule Spotted, Could Have More Than 400 HP

Audi’s upcoming hot hatch is expected to use an upgraded 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine.

Trump Declares Auto And Part Imports National Security Threat, Appears To Seek Quotas

President Trump is seeking to reduce automotive imports from Japan and the European Union.

GM’s New Electrical Architecture Handles Up To 4.5 Terabytes Of Data Every Hour

The new electrical architecture debuted on the Cadillac CT5 and will be used on most GM vehicles by 2023.

The 2020 Lincoln Corsair Configurator Is Live Allowing You To Load It Up To $60,000

The online configurator reveals a starting price of $35,945 for Lincoln’s new Corsair.

Watch Motorcyclist Try To Keep Up With New Ferrari Hybrid Hypercar Prototype

With a 1,000 PS hybrid powertrain, the Ferrari hypercar will be unveiled on May 31.

Get A Good Look At The New BMW X2 M35i In This Mega Gallery

The BMW X2 M35i is powered by a 2.0-liter TwinPower turbo four-cylinder engine with 302 hp.