With its debut coming closer, namely next year, the Germans from Porsche pulled off the camouflage from the next-generation 911 which means that the new German model is close to be officially introduced. The model has been tested in winter conditions as we can see in these spy shots. When it comes to dimensions, the new Porsche 911 will measure 4,49m lenght and the wheelbase whill be increased by 10mm.
Under the hood the new Stuttgart-based model will pack an entry-level 3.4-liter Boxer engine able to develop 345 horsepower and the top speed achieved by the new 911 will be 289 km/h.
The sprint from 0 to 100 km/h is achieved in 4,8 seconds while the fuel consumption gets significantly decreased. The 2012 Porsche 911 can boast with a fuel consumption of 8,5 liters/100 km mainly thanks to the new 3.4-liter engine replacing the older 3.6-liter unit and providing an improvement by 13%. Thanks to these latest spy photos we can see more clearly the rear part of the German model.