The next-generation Porsche 911, code-named 992, will make its debut towards the end of this month at the LA Auto Show, but by that point there won't be much new left to see. Porsche has been running prototypes with almost no camouflage for some time now, and hey, look at that, here's some more on the Nürburgring.
The YouTuber who captured this footage, , claims these are prototypes of the Carrera 4S, but unfortunately, there's no way of telling fr0m these clips. Porsche will use the wide bodywork previously reserved for all-wheel drive 911s on all 992 models, regardless of drivetrain. To tell if these are Carrera 4s, you'd have to look for a driveshaft headed to the front axle.
These 911s are seen testing with some other cool Porsches, including a Taycan prototype, and the GT2 RS tuned by Manthey Racing that recently set a blistering 6:40 lap time at this track. And while we don't know if they're all-wheel drive or not, they're definitely Carreras.
Expect to see the covers taken off of the 2020 911 in a little under two weeks time; just don't expect to be terribly surprised by the design.