Most folks know by now that the all-new Porsche 911 (991) is out and about.
In fact, as I was walking past a New York City dealership, I noticed that they received one of their first 991s.
While we believe the vehicle looks great in its subtle skin and taut lines, some don't always agree that stock cars look aggressive enough. If you're in that crowd, continue reading.
A French publication ran a story showing patent images and described a new Carrera with a sport package, blah blah blah, it doesn't matter.
What does matter is that the patent images depict aerodynamic additions that can currently be had in Europe. The extra bits haven't made their way to the States yet but we're going to assume they'll be here shortly.
After looking through the plethora of images on CarScoop, it appears that there are two new front valences to choose from and two new spoilers. Both spoilers appear to be inspired by the "duckbill" look of vintage 911s; however, one takes that duckbill to another level with an additional piece that will put J.Lo to shame.
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To explain, what you see here, are three readily available styling packages named Aerokit Cup, SportDesign and SportDesign front apron, which are offered on both the Carrera and the more powerful Carrera S in Europe and possibly other markets around the world but not yet in the U.S.A.