The Porsche 911 Targa will make its debut next Monday, according tomedia reports, and the automaker has been showing people a quick preview of what it looks like in a preview video. Apparently, this year’s new coronapneumonia epidemic has led automakers, including Porsche, to recalibrate their plans.
It is understood that Porsche had planned to release the 911 Targa at the Beijing Motor Show, but was later cancelled. To that end, the company changed its display to the Tennis Grand Prix, but the entire race has now been cancelled.
This makes the digital debut the last choice for the 911 Targa. As for the picture, which is officially shared, its quality is quite low, as Porsche simply inserts it very briefly at the beginning of the video above. Fortunately, however, some media reporters had taken a 911 Targa road shot while traveling in Germany a few months ago.
As you can see from this photo, the 911 Targa looks exactly like a coupe and an open-top version.
It is reported that the 911 Targa will be equipped with all-wheel drive, which will make room for future Targa 4, Targa 4S and Targa 4 GTS models.