Though the sneaky engineers at Porsche tried to disguise the 911 Targa prototype as a standard convertible, the clever ruse did not fool spy photogs! This prototype will be the latest 991-series Porsche 911, a version many are looking forward to driving. Rent a Porsche 911 today for a full brand experience.
2013 Porsche Targa
The Targa features a soft-top roof that could be acting to mask a fixed center roll bar like the first 911 Targa in 1967. The front may be an oversized glass panel covering the entire roof and lower automatically behind the center roll bar. Some think the new Targa will be very similar to the Carrera or Carrera S, with the above-mentioned differences.
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Specs should include a 3.4—liter flat-six pumping out 350 horses and paired to Porsche’s special 7-speed dual-clutch manual. AWD variants are possible, so expect a Targa 4 and a Targa 4S sometime next year.
I am sure the driver did not mind the wet conditions
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