At the end of November of 2018, the public was introduced to the new 922-generation Porsche 911. The aforementioned new model made its public debut at the 2018 LA Auto Show. Here we saw the Carrera S and Carrera 4S.
X-Tomi Design, a digital artist, has rendered four new variant based on the first official images of the eight-generation model.
We know for a fact that Porsche will never built this model, but it is fun to imagine what a base spec variant would look like. The image above shows us that the base spec 911 would feature black plastic front and rear bumpers. Furthermore, this model would receive steel wheels and basic headlamps. Let us not forget about the door handles and entry-level side-mirror caps with the iconic black finish.
The second variant is a Carrera 4S Cabriolet, which is more likely to be built by the brand. X-Tomi Design removed the coupé’s roof, thus creating a convertible. This looks quite nice, don't you agree?
The image above illustrates the imagined GTS derivative. As we can see, this model gains a fresh front grille. Furthermore, we see new alloys and GTS logos along the lower section of its doors. Hopefully, this model would also have some extra GTS grunt.
Carmag saves the best for last with an upcoming GT3 RS model render by X-Tomi Design. This model is expected to make its official public debut in 2020. X-Tomi Design gave us his take on this model with a suitable towering rear wing. We also see aero elements, which includes new vents. To finish things off X-Tomi Design gave this variant the iconic bright green paintwork.
Which variant do you prefer? Vote down below. Are you excited about the upcoming GT3 RS? Let me know down in the comments.
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