Well well, look what we have here. It looks like the all-new Porsche 911 Turbo has been unofficially revealed ahead of schedule.
That's right, what you're looking at right now appears to be the next-generation 2020 911 Turbo caught with no disguise whatsoever. Posted by Instagram user Todd Schleicher (a well-known Porsche enthusiast), it looks like the 911 Turbo shown here was photographed at the company's Zuffenhausen plant in Germany.
If the photos are to be believed, the new 911 Turbo adopts the similar redesign as the standard 911 revealed last November 2018, albeit more aggressive-looking. Unlike the normal 911 which only comes with dual exhausts, the Turbo gets quad exhaust pipes, along with a radically-styled rear bumper. It also comes with a 959-inspired rear wing, massive alloy wheels painted in black, and what appear to be huge carbon-ceramic disc brakes.
We have yet to see the front of the all-new 911 Turbo, but thanks to our spies who managed to snap a few pictures of a prototype last February 2018, we have an idea of what it will eventually look like. Based on the photo provided, the new 911 Turbo will relatively look the same as a standard 911. Perhaps the only changes it will get is a more aggressive front bumper, and maybe a different set of LED headlights.
As for what's under the rear hood, we won't be surprised if the 2020 911 Turbo will come with a more powerful 3.8-liter twin-turbo flat-six. With the outgoing model already producing an impressive 540 PS and 660 Nm of torque, expect the new Turbo model to hit near 600 horsepower and 700 Nm of torque.
The 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo could make its global debut at this year's Geneva International Motor Show in March.