The next generation Porsche 911 Turbo has been caught testing on numerous occasions, but few details have been officially released up until this point. That being said, German magazine AutoBild is claiming that the most powerful version of the 911 line-up will be introduced in the Fall of 2013 and will be offered with a four-wheel steering system that will work in conjunction with the car’s all-wheel drive system.
This new system will make the next 911 Turbo even stronger and more dynamic, along with making it easier to handle. Under the hood, the new model will be using a twin-turbo six-cylinder engine that will deliver about 540 HP. The engine will be mated to a standard manual gearbox, but the PDK will also be offered as an option.
The new Porsche 911 Turbo will be unveiled in the Fall of 2013, with sales to begin in early 2014.
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