by Drew Johnson
VIN decoder reveals three possible new Porsche trims for 2019

The new trims would be for the Panamera, Cayman and 911.

Porsche followers seem to be in for a genuine treat in the approaching design year — in accordance to a new Countrywide Highway Traffic Security Administration document, the German automaker is planning not a single, but 3 lovers-targeted designs for the 2019 design 12 months.

Automakers routinely mail VIN decoding details to the NHTSA, and Porsche is no diverse. Only this time individuals VIN decoders for the impending design 12 months contained some juicy nuggets.

According to the paperwork, which had been 1st noticed by Autoguide, Porsche is organizing a GTS version of its 2019 Panamera line. The trim deal will be available for both the sedan and the Activity Turismo, but we never know much about it outside of that. Even so, it is really harmless to believe that the Panamera GTS will have a small much more electricity and a sportier suspension than the typical 4S design.

Future up for 2019 is a 718 Cayman T. After all over again most of the car’s particulars are crammed out as ‘TBD,’ but the Cayman T will very likely copy the similar general blueprint as the 911 T. That actuality is somewhat verified by the car’s curb pounds, which is outlined as 66 lbs . lighter than the conventional Cayman (the 911 T is 44 lbs . lighter than its common counterpart). A sportier suspension could also be in the playing cards.

Eventually, the decoder guidebook implies that Porsche will start a 911 Speedster for 2019. Porsche teased a 911 Speedster (pictured) final thirty day period and Porsche has created this sort of a design in the past, so to see the design in print isn’t really a large shock. Glance for the 911 Speedster to be Porsche’s way of sending off the existing 991 generation of the legendary sports car.