Car magazine's site shows pictures of the ragster in winter testing, probably somewhere in northern Sweden. Shots of the cars suggest changes will be evolutionary -- this is Porsche after all.
The front air intakes appear slightly wider and re-profiled to be less trapezoid. The front auxiliary lights and the rear lamps get LEDs rather than boring old filaments, while the headlamps have been disguised but appear ever-so-subtly larger.
According to the story, Porsche has modified the engines too to add direct fuel injection -- the recently revamped Cayenne has already received the mod. This makes them more efficient by supplying exactly the right amount of fuel at the right time, cutting consumption by up to 15 per cent. More precise metering ought also to make the car more responsive to drive.
You can expect that the parts-sharing Cayman coupé will receive the same treatment too, and to see the new cars displayed at this autumn's Frankfurt motor show.
Follow the link below to see the new car -- for copyright reasons, we can't reproduce the pictures here.