2020 Porsche 911

Nov 29, 2018

Category: Rides

There are few cars throughout history that are as iconic and lauded as the Porsche 911 and fewer still with even a fraction of the staying power. Of course, that’s a part of what makes Porsche so impressive: their consistent ability to honor the old while embracing the new. And perhaps never has that been more apparent than with the new 8th generation 2020 Porsche 911.

With even a passing glance, the 992-generation honors its lineage with its iconic silhouette and impeccable styling. It’s appearance, however, betrays some fairly significant changes. For starters, it’s powered by an all-new flat-six engine that’s capable of 443 horsepower (that’s 23 more ponies than previous generations). That new power plant gives this iconic sports car the ability to do 0-60 in as little as 3.3 seconds (with the Sport Chrono Package) and gives it a top speed of 191 mph. It also features an all-new seamless taillight strip, a newly-designed Porsche Active Suspension Management system for better performance and comfort, a suite of new driver assistance technologies built right in, and a completely revamped LED external lighting system. Pricing for this marvelous automotive masterpiece starts at $113,300.

Purchase: $113,300+

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