Artist Envisions New Porsche 911 Targa

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Based on patent images, this rendering likely bears a close resemblance to the real deal.

In only a few weeks' time, the new Porsche 911 Targa will break cover. So while we wait patiently for its public debut at the 2014 Detroit Motor Show we have this rendered image courtesy of X-Tomi Design to whet our appetite. Given the rendering was based on the patent pics that recently surfaced, assume that the real deal will have a profile almost identical to this image.

Porsche has ditched the previous generations's sliding glass roof in favor of a removable section that may or may not slide backwards. We’re not sure how this will actually work but we dig the new Targa 911’s retro styling and look forward to seeing it in the metal in Detroit next month.

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