For the first time ever, the all-new 2019 Porsche 911 has been caught completely undisguised.
After months of having only pictures of the car in full camouflage, an image of what looks like a completely undisguised rear of the new 911, code-named 992, was posted on Instagram yesterday by user ninastigmeier.
Looking completely different from the current version of the 991 series which was last updated in 2015, the 992 can be seen rocking a redesigned rear end, featuring new connecting LED taillights, a new bumper design, as well as quad exhaust tips integrated into the bumper.
The rear fenders also appear to be quite wide, suggesting that the car spotted here could be a Turbo or a Carrera S model.
No official details of the powertrain packages or the equipment have been revealed but various sources have speculated that the 2019 911 could use an upgraded version of the 3.0-litre turbocharged flat-six, paired to either a seven-speed manual or dual-clutch automatic gearbox.
Porsche has not revealed any details on when the car will be making its global debut as well, but looking at things, we will not be surprised if the brand unveils it as soon as March during the Geneva Motor Show.