New Porsche 911 set to debut at 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show

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The new Porsche 911 is set to be unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month. The Porsche 911 is an enigmatic vehicle which has a presence of its own, not to mention the breath taking power it holds in the rear engine.

It’s the latest offering by the German auto manufacturer, well known for the fleet of Carrerras and Cabriolets. The new 911 will likely stand out among its automotive siblings.

New Porsche 911 set to debut at 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show 3

Above image is a “leaked” image of the automobile, although its specifications won’t be released until the Frankfurt Motor Show.

Porsche has kept the designed as promised, without major changes. But the new 911 have slimmer tail lights, downward mirrors and an electric parking brake.

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