The next generation Porsche 911 (known as the 998, but in fact, will be called the ’991’) will make its official debut in 2011. The only problem is, until Porsche helps us out and gives us a sneak peek of the car, we’re going to have to use our imaginations to picture what the car will look like, especially since the cars that are being tested at the moment have been camouflaged. Frustrating, isn’t it?

Despite that, some people won’t let a camouflaged 998 get in the way of their imaginations from going full throttle, as was the case when a member of the TeamSpeed Forums designed a possible rendering of the future 991 based on the camouflaged spy shots we’ve been seeing. Unfortunately, the rendering he made looks a lot like the current 997.

However, compared to the 997, the 998’s front lights are standing more upright and the side mirrors have moved from the side window corner to the side of the door.

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Source: TeamSpeed

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5 comments:

  (462) posted on 03.28.2010

Now this is what i call a car with great looks !! I wonder, the GM really has to go on bankruptcy to create some great cars (forced by the circumstances)? Usually i don’t like the american design, "bigger and bolder is better" but this car has cool lines, a great interior (powered by Insignia?) and some cool engines. I think it will be a success .. just like the Insignia will be in Europe!

  (345) posted on 03.26.2010

Installing an aero dynamic kit will surely make this 991 more aggressive and sporty than the standard one.

  (780) posted on 03.26.2010

O well, the wait is worth the while anyways. I say that all manufacturers should do the same. I really hate it when I see teasers in the internet as it takes away the excitement and the anticipation.

  (939) posted on 03.26.2010

You bring up a good car. Wanting to build more formidable cars is probably their way of managing their status.

  (364) posted on 03.25.2010

Lovely looking Porsche. Looks like they’ve updated the old looks of the 1998 Porsche 911 turbo.

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