The world set eyes on the first Prosche 911 in 1963 and since then it has been versions upon version, upgrades and endless awesomeness. Although most of the upgrades in the new versions are usually minor cosmetic changes, they do add a bit to the timeless yet sporty look that this car has, and helps making the car a better performer by tweaking the aerodynamics of the car. Sometimes Porsche comes out with mindblowing upgrades to the engine, but before I get your hopes up high let me tell you that this time too, the upgrades are nothing else but a facelift.
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The new facelifted version has been caught testing in the snow. The new and facelifted Turbo was spied alongside the 911 Cabriolet. Both the naturally aspirated version and the turbo and feature slats on the sides of the car near the rear wheels and this could mean that the naturally aspirated version may get a turbo treatment.
Nothing can be said about whether the regular 911 is definitely getting a turbocharger, but it certainly does seem the case with the new changes on the bodywork of the car. The difference is in the number of slats that have been seen on both the cars. The normal 911 gets two slats while the Turbo 911 has three. The chances of this being are remote, but not an impossibility.