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Porsche's all-wheel-drive models get a bold refresh

More powerful and now even more efficient.
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Porsche's all-wheel-drive models have always been some of their most beautiful automobiles. The wider track and that trademark rear light strip are iconic in their own right and the latest iteration of that design language has made its way to the Carrera 4 and the Targa 4.

The new cars receive a number of new details from the latest Carrera update including the rear decklid with vertical louvers, new rear light detailing with four-point brake lights. The cars also get the new 3.0L flat-six twin-turbo engines, which deliver 420 hp and 368 lb-ft of torque. 0-60 will take 3.6 seconds (3.8 in the Targa and Convertible). Look for the new 4S models to hit showrooms in April 2016. 

$110,300-$122,600, Porsche

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