New Porsche 911: first official photos leaked

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The aesthetics of the new Porsche 911 aren’t exactly a secret; up until this point, it’s had more leaks than the Titanic. But if there’s one thing that’s evaded the internet so far, it’s official Porsche images of the finished article. Well internet, I’m pleased to inform you that such photos are now here.

While the acute grainy lack of quality isn’t ideal, it’s intrinsic with their leaked nature. Sent into Jalopnik by someone who understandably want to remain anonymous, they show what the Porsche 992 would look like if it were mosaic.

What these photos don’t show is the interior. So far, the interior has evaded the leaks - but we know from journalist descriptions that it’ll be way more upmarket than 911’s of the past. Anybody who’s ever felt the quality and comfort on offer inside of the current 991.2 will probably find that prospect quite astonishing.

Despite the low resolution of these images, we only have a few more days left to wait before Porsche unveil the car officially at the LA Auto Show. To learn more about what we know so far, be sure to click here. But before then, I have to ask you guys: are you looking forward to the grand unveiling next week? Let me know in the comments.

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Written by: Angelo Uccello

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Comments (5)
  • Would look better if they ditched the script badge off the back. 911s have suffered from too much visual clutter in recent years. Even the old 959 looks more harmonious.

    16 days ago
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  • Not as bad I thought it would look. The back is still a bit of a mixed bag though. I still prefer the previous/current gen.

    16 days ago
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