The 2016 Porsche 911 facelift is being previewed in a series of official teaser images ahead of an IAA debut in September. The 991.2 model is going to feature slightly redesigned front and rear bumpers along with different graphics for the headlights and taillights while the LED daytime running lights appear to be slimmer than before. There are now vertical slats on the engine cover as well as a new exhaust system with the tips positioned closer to each other and near the rear bumper’s center. We also notice the air vents feature three horizontal fins whereas the side mirrors have also been tweaked.
As for the interior, the 2016 Porsche 911 facelift will have a bigger display for the infotainment system and more importantly, there’s a driving mode selector mounted on the right-hand side and similar to the one installed in the company’s flagship model, the mighty 918 Spyder.
Porsche has not released any details about the engines, but it is believed the base 911 Carrera will make use of a six-cylinder, turbocharged 2.7-liter gasoline engine producing somewhere in the region of 407 PS whereas the Carrera S is getting a larger 3.4-liter turbo with considerably more power.