Porsche has unveiled the 911 Speedster Concept, which many say could be the last hurrah for the 991-era 911s. It is Porsche’s way of celebrating its 70th birthday and the Stuttgart-based manufacturer says the concept “offers a glimpse of a potential series-production that may not be presented until 2019.”
In terms of design, the concept gets a short and steeply raked windscreen apart from chopped side windows. It also gets a special ‘double-bubble’ rear cover made of carbon-fibre. The Fuchs-style 21-inch alloy wheels add a dose of nostalgia, while the cabin is finished in ‘Cognac 356’ leather and gets carbon-fibre bucket seats. However, it lacks a radio, navigation and air-conditioning to save weight.
Source: Zig Wheels
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