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Porsche 911 facelift

As our exclusive images show Porsche is nearly ready with its facelifted 911

As can be seen in our exclusive shots of an almost undisguised prototype of the new 911 Turbo, Porsche seems to be almost ready with the facelift for the current 911-range.

We expect the car to make its official debut at the Paris Motor Show later this year. While the cabin might get a bit of polish, too, we still believe that power will continue to come from the current 3.6- or 3.8-litre flat-six with an output of 325 and 355 bhp respectively.

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Exterior modifications will include a new layout for the headlights and totally new taillights as well as a redesigned front bumper on the 'standard' 911s with air-intakes appearing more aggressively, strongly reminding of those of the 911 Turbo. Finally, the rear bumper will be modified, too.

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