How would you test the folding roof on a sportscar so it can cope with the most extreme weather? The answer is taking the prototype of the vehicle to a place that has the most extreme condition. And that is what exactly happens with the 2013 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio as the German automaker deployed the prototype for one of the most extreme test drive near the Arctic Circle. Want to know the result? Well, apparently the driver wasn’t turn into snowman or wearing ski clothes or layers of jumpers, so it means that the folding roof on the 2013 911 Turbo Cabrio passed the test.
So, what else do we know about the all black 2013 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio sportscar prototype? Not much actually as the black paintjob is cleverly hides the overall design although if you examine the photos for awhile you might not found any new design. Oh well, leave the cosmetic parts later as we are dying to share the prediction over the engine and performance.
The 2013 911 Turbo Cabrio sportscar could be powered by the newly developed tri-turbo units which also replacing the common 3.8L. The new engine is expected to give total power output of 530 horsepower or more without much in the way of turbo lag. Autoevolution.com compared the this prototype of the new 911 Turbo Cabrio with the standard 911 Carrera Cabriolet and the found out that the Turbo version has bigger rear-wheel arches and one brand new active rear spoiler.