2009 Porsche 911 Turbo Gets a Facelift and 500 Horsepower

Spy photographers have caught a revised 911 Turbo testing in Germany.

The revised 911 features a few styling changes, which are mainly to the rear end of the car. This includes changes to the taillights, bumper and exhaust.

The big news revolves around the performance of the car. The 2009 911 Turbo is going to get a twin-clutch gearbox and will be the first Porsche to get direct injection. This means that power from the 3.6L turbocharged engine should move up from the current 480 to somewhere around 500 horsepower.

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Full Story: CAR Magazine via eGMCarTech

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