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2020 Porsche 911

The Porsche 911 is, in the eyes of most drivers, the quintessential sports car. Porsche looks to improve upon it with a redesigned version for the 2020 model year. The latest generation of the German coupe receives more power and new technology.

Porsche hopes this new iteration offers drivers the perfect balance between the driving dynamics Porsche is known for and the modern cabin one would expect to find in a luxury vehicle.

Passersby will recognize the 911’s classic looks, though Porsche has widened the front and rear of the sports car. Massive 20-inch wheels in the front are followed by even bigger 21-inch wheels in the rear.

2020 Porsche 911

The rear-engined, rear- or all-wheel drive German coupe has an upgraded engine for the 2020 model year. The twin-turbocharged six-cylinder will produce 443 horsepower in Carrera S models. That’s an increase of 13 horsepower over the engine in the 2019 Carrera S.

The standard transmission in the 2020 911 will be an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic. The transmission adds one more gear from the previous generation’s seven-speed automatic. Purists don’t have to panic; Porsche will be adding a manual transmission a little while after the 911 goes on sale.

Porsche has fooled around with the idea of a hybrid version of the 911, though don’t expect one to debut with the new generation. The Porsche 911 Carrera S will start at $113,200 (the previous generation started at $105,100), and the Carrera 4S will start at $120,600 (the previous generation started at $112,000). Look for the newest Porsche 911 on dealer floors this summer.