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2020 Porsche 911

The new 911 has officially arrived and just as you would expect, the design remains true to that iconic silhouette with some significant changes. The eight-generation 911 will be powered by an all-new flat-six engine that will produce 443 hp, which is a 23 hp increase over the previous model and will get from 0-60 in 3.5 seconds in the Carrera S while the 4S will achieve that same speed in 3.4.

When equipped with the optional Sport Chrono package, that 0-60 time lowers to 3.3 seconds and 3.2 seconds in the 4S. Top speed will be 191 mph in the S and 190 mph in the 4S. Other features include a new rear-end, which will now have a light bar on both the two and all-wheel-drive models, a new eight-speed dual clutch transmission, a new Porsche Communication Management system with a new 10.9-inch touchscreen, and new assistance systems like a Porsche Wet Mode that gives the driver increased awareness on wet roads.   

Available at US dealers in summer 2019. 

From $113,200,

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