2015 Porsche 911 Carrera S, Carrera S Cabrio and Turbo facelift spied cold weather testing

Even though Porsche has not fully rolled out all variants of the new 911 (991) it is already busy working on the facelift.

Few weeks ago we saw first prototypes of the facelifted 911 and now a group of 911s has been caught winter testing near the Arctic Circle.

This seems pretty early for a facelift as the new 911 (991) was introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2011 and the updated model could arrive already later this year, making the base Carrera and Carrera S just 3 years old.

We get to see updated 911 Turbo, 911 Carrera S and 911 Carrera S Cabriolet with a revised front bumper showing new air intakes, while the LED daytime lights are also covered and look new. The taillights are also lightly camouflaged and will go through some changes.

It is hard to tell what else can we expect, but as Porsche is testing these cars in extreme cold, we have a feeling there are some under the skin changes coming as well.


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