Last year, our spy photographers caught a strange-looking 911 Carrera testing in the wild. Rumors suggested that this prototype could reveal either a facelift for the current 911 Carrera or a GTS version .
Today, however, it’s time for the revised 911 Convertible to go out testing near Porsche’s factory in Stuttgart. The revised 911 Convertible will be offered with a new front bumper with different air intakes and DRL, new rear lights and also a new bumper.
What’s even odder is that this prototype gets air outlets on the sides of the rear bumper, a clear indication that Porsche will indeed offer a new turbocharged engine. This smaller six-cylinder engine will help Porsche lower its CO2 emissions and with this smaller engine producing more heat, the extra holes in the rear were a must.
Expect the revised 911 Convertible to be unveiled in late 2014 or early 2015.
Updated 08/27/14: A new batch of photos of the Porsche 911 Convertible have been leaked out. Check them out in the gallery!
Click past the jump to read more about the 2015 Porsche 991 Carrera Convertible.