2021 Porsche 911 Targa 992 spotted winter testing

Imminent production reveal after final shakedown in cold weather

Drive-my’s spies have captured the 992 Targa in cold-climate testing – Porsche’s extreme weather study – suggesting a final production reveal is imminent.

Spotted in the snowy terrain of northern Sweden, where temperatures dropped to minus 13 degrees Celsius, the mules are almost entirely free of camouflage, matching the appearance of previous tests in warmer climates elsewhere in Europe during 2019.

 2021 Porsche 911 Targa 992 spotted winter testing

2021 Porsche 911 Targa 992 spotted winter testing

As our previous spy pictures have shown, the 992 Targa will carry over the innovative roof design of the 991 generation before it, applied to the 1,852mm-wide body seen on 992 Coupe and Cabriolet sister models. As with the 991 era, all Targa models are expected to be available in four-wheel drive only.

Rumours persist that the Targa will be offered with the optional ‘Heritage Design Package’ first seen on the 991 Speedster. This means a revised interior colour scheme with new materials deployed, plus gold badges and a white-painted front section. There are also rumours a striking new red will be released for the Targa model in conjunction with the Heritage Pack.

Drive-My expects the new-generation 992 Targa to be revealed by the Geneva Motor Show at the very latest, though this would clash with the 992 GT3, which is also set to make its public debut in Switzerland in March.

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