New Porsche 911 virtually undisguised

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    New Porsche 911 virtually undisguised

    The Frankfurt Motor Show is just around the corner and Porsche is rewarding our patience by stripping camouflage from 911 prototypes.

    As you can see, the model will have an evolutionary design with a front end that is virtually identical to the current car. Despite the similarities, there are a number of differences beyond the A-pillar including new door mirrors, a smaller greenhouse, slimmer taillights and a restyled rear end. Overall, the vehicle is nearly 2.5 inches (6.4 cm) wider than the current model and rides on a wheelbase that has been stretched roughly 4 inches (10.2 cm).

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    Re: New Porsche 911 virtually undisguised

    Looks just as good as last model! I don't know why they bothered with the camo though...
    Get used to more.

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    Re: New Porsche 911 virtually undisguised

    One of their designers must have shares in the cammo company!

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    Re: New Porsche 911 virtually undisguised

    Quote Originally Posted by SeetheUSA View Post
    Looks just as good as last model! I don't know why they bothered with the camo though...
    The only way 99% of car enthusiasts would be able to tell it was the new model is because there is camo on it. Test it without it and nobody notices.
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    Re: New Porsche 911 virtually undisguised

    It still looks like the same car from 1990 B.C.

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    Re: New Porsche 911 virtually undisguised

    Quote Originally Posted by Uzzy View Post
    The only way 99% of car enthusiasts would be able to tell it was the new model is because there is camo on it. Test it without it and nobody notices.
    Yes, Porsche needs no camo - only the designers think it looks any different than last years model. Of course with Porsche they change the lug nuts and call it a new model.

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