Prior to the Porsche's launch of the 991, it was being followed by just about all of the spies in the business.
It couldn't make a move in some of America's hottest deserts, the coldest climates of Europe or Germany's famed Nurburgring without the sound of a shutter firing off nearby.
Regardless of what folks say about the iconic design getting "stale," this car is as hot as ever. And when I recently had the chance to get behind the wheel of the Carrera S Cabriolet, I can definitely say it is easily one of my favorites in a laundry list of amazing autos.
But I digress. How does it get better than the already great 991?
Add more power, all-wheel drive and a turbo -- or two, possibly three in this upcoming variant.
While speculation continues to grow over the all-new 911 Turbo, a spy on the street scooped these images of a 911 Turbo that was apparently in a convoy in SoCal.
As described by the spotter himself:
"I spotted the 991 Turbo in Santa Barbara this July. There were three of them: two coupes and one cab. All three were black. They were probably headed to the Mojave for some heat stress-testing. I attached a picture for you. The air inlets on the sides have plastic panels on them that look like those from the 996... I don't think they're part of the car, but the air intakes themselves are DEFINITELY real."