Porsche doesn't even bother camouflaging it
There’s no camouflage on this Targa GTS, and the performance-oriented trim has a more aggressive front bumper with additional openings compared to the standard 911, and there are minor revisions to the rear fascia around the exhaust. This model also features a black Targa bar instead of the current metallic finish, which fits well with the dark center-lock wheels. The tweaks aren't massive compared to the regular trims, but they give the Porsche a more purposeful look.
Power comes from Porsche’s new 3.0-litre biturbo flat six, but the output is still a mystery, though we think something around 450 horsepower could be possible. This is because of the previous GTS’ roughly 30-hp advantage over the Carrera S, and the latest version of the S packs 420 hp. Customers can pick from a manual or dual-clutch gearbox and rear- or all-wheel drive.
Since Porsche doesn’t bother to disguise this GTS, we suspect a full debut could happen soon. The company is also at work on other 911 updates. For example, the refreshed GT3 appears to have a manual gearbox, and the GT2 already looks mean.