2019 Porsche 911 Caught Undisguised Out In The Open – Again

Porsche is getting to ready to reveal the new generation 911 but apparently has some trouble keeping its new model away from prying eyes.

Our spies were able to snap an uncovered bright yellow example being pushed by three people. This is the second time we get to see the design of the new 911’s rear end, following a leak a few months ago.

As you can tell, Porsche opted for a pair of slim LED taillights connected to each other via an LED bar mounted over the classic Porsche lettering. The car also sports quad exhaust tips that are neatly integrated into the rear bumper.

The new Porsche 911 -codenamed 992- is expected to make its world debut at the Los Angeles motor show this November. The biggest change of the new generation 911 is its underpinnings, as Porsche moved its core model to a new scalable architecture that will be shared with models like the next-gen Audi R8 and the Lamborghini Huracan.

The new architecture will be stronger and stiffer than before while the engine will be positioned more inboards for a better weight distribution.

Base Carrera models will be powered by an upgraded turbocharged 3.0-liter flat-six engine that reportedly makes 20hp more than the 991, at 390hp, while Carrera S models will offer up to 450hp, 30 more than today’s model.

The interior will be similarly revamped, with the dashboard now featuring a wide infotainment display along with an instrument cluster that will have everything digital bar the centrally mounted tachometer.

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  • Six_Tymes

    why does it look so big? maybe because its yellow?

    • Leconte Dave

      She’s wider

      • Six_Tymes

        i hope not gaining weight

        • assassingtr

          Seems like they added a little sculpture to the flares giving it a little wider feeling than the 991 that we’re used to seeing. I hope it doesn’t get actual weight but the truth is that it looks like it definitely gained some visual weight.

      • Six Thousand Times

        Not a good trend…

    • Matthew Boyd

      Full length/wide visual features such as the rear diffuser and taillights. It’s a visual design trick making the car look wider than it actually is, which is a good thing. The contrast in color makes it even more noticeable, but I’m guessing it will be around the same size.

    • Blastam

      because of the telephoto lens ” compression” the shot was taken on

  • exeptor

    Hmmmm, probably modern looking, but is it color or the angle of the picture but it somehow looks dull.


    continental gt’s interior?

    • Trim105

      Seems to be a bit of a mashup of Conti and Panamera

  • Mr. EP9

    Really no point in camouflage.

  • Brent Morrison

    why did they bother covering it up… it looks like any other Porsche.

  • Belthronding

    there are 2 red button on right side of console, i hope they are launching any missile.

    • Bo Hanan


  • Matthew Boyd

    What funny is we’ve all seen the redesign last year when it leaked. Love the rear though, nice and progressive. Will look dynamic at night.

  • EyalN

    if you are looking for an old looking car i prefer a morgan

  • Dude

    I like that infotainment ui

  • fabri99

    It looks… off. It doesn’t really have the beautiful, smooth rear end typical of the 911. Hopefully it will look better in the metal…

    • Eythan Aldrich

      or even hardcore versions like the gt3 rs

  • Bo Hanan

    I want to trust Porsche to “do the right thing”, whenever the 911 is due for a redesign, but- I also get a little chill and I am reminded of the 996 cracked egg headlights…

    • Bob

      Let’s hope this error in judgement is never repeated.

  • SteersUright

    OMG, I LOVE IT!!! Especially the retro interior!!!! Way to go Porsche, in knowing what your fans love and delivering!! Now I just need to make enough to afford one of these!

  • Callanish

    If the standard model looks this wide, wonder how large the 911 Turbo S is going to look from the back.

  • Astonman

    They did say awhile back that the car was going to be wider.

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