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Spy Shots: 2014 Porsche 911 Targa Still Carrying its Faux Convertible Top in Sweden

Porsche 911 Targa

A cult classic, the 911 Targa was phased out with the 964 generation, after living a long life that started in 1965. Rumors have been swirling around about its resurrection and our spy photographers have even caught this machine on the road a few times, but it was donning a not-so-impressive disguise: a canvas coating on the roof that made it appear to be just a simple convertible model.

Today, our spy photographers caught the upcoming Porsche 911 Targa for a second time. Unfortunately, it is still wearing its convertible disguise, but it is easy to spot the separation where the removable top is. The official details on the 911 Targa are still completely unknown and we are not too sure if it will be offered as a two-wheel- or four-wheel-drive model, or possibly the option of both.

You can expect to see the 911 Targa unveiled sometime later this year and it should be in stores in time to make it a 2014 model year.


6 comments:

I found this Porsche car to be odd since the convertible top looks like it has a big curve that needs to be fixed. I wonder why the car manufacturers still stick the faux convertible top, this does not look good.

Resurrection indeed! Looks quite nasty.

I categorize this vehicle as being of the classic category and I am sure that has his own public

It doesn;t impress me much! Ah-ah-ah-yeeeah! smiley))))))

I can not spot the separation where the removable top is smiley

just a simple convertible model? but it has to be more then that?

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