Likewise, the center console has more physical buttons and switches than the Panamera, and the steering wheel appears to be identical to the 911’s sedan sibling. Unlike previous 911s, the central air vents are positioned below the infotainment system. We’ve already seen photos of the new 911 devoid of camouflage, so there’s nothing really new to reveal about the exterior, though this time we're looking at a cabriolet prototype. Expect the 992-gen to look familiar, with subtle changes that make it look more muscular in homage to the original 356 Speedster. Power is expected to come from an upgraded version of the current car’s turbocharged flat-six, providing 630 hp in the range-topping Carrera S.