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2020 Porsche 911

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  • Porsche 911
  • Year:
    2020
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  • Engine:
    boxer 6
  • Transmission:
    PDK
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    443 @ 6500
  • Torque @ RPM:
    390 @ 5000
  • Displacement:
    3.0 L
  • 0-60 time:
    3.5 sec.
  • Top Speed:
    191 mph
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New-generation 911 arrives with vintage-inspired looks and high-tech features

The 2020 Porsche 911 is the eighth-generation of the company’s iconic sports car. It was unveiled in late 2018 as the 992, a replacement for the 991 generation. Just like its predecessor, the 2020 Porsche 911 is a mix of old an new. While it rides on new underpinnings and features state-of-the-art technology, its design harks back to previous generations, including the original 911. The new sports car brings a few innovations to the market, but its most notable feature remains the fact that it’s the first 911 to not have a naturally aspirated engine.

 

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2021 Porsche 911 Targa (Updated)

2021 Porsche 911 Targa (Updated)

The same familiar formula is still relevant

If you like the Targa top in your Corvette, you must know that Porsche did it first, in 1967. Now, the 992-generation of the ageless Porsche 911 continues the tradition and the latest Porsche 911 Targa will be introduced as a 2020 model year car and will feature the 444 horsepower 3.0-liter, twin-turbocharged flat-six seen on both the Carrera S and the Carrera 4S. Expect it to cost at least $135,000, some $22,000 more expensive than a Carrera S. Blame it on that roll hoop that’s drenched in history.

Once upon a time, there was a road race through Sicily’s narrow, winding roads that awarded those that proved to be unphased by angry locals, that sometimes drew guns on the competitors, and the perilous condition of the tarmac in many areas of the Circuito delle Madonie. That race was the Targa Florio, launched in 1907 by rich entrepreneur Vincenzo Florio, that became a sort of a favorite for Porsche and its drivers, the brand from Stuttgart winning the race 11 times in less than two decades. How is this relevant to a 2020 Porsche? Read on to find out.

Update 11/27/2019: The Porsche 911 Targa was spotted doing some cold weather testing in Sweden. Check out the new images and a bit of new information below.

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The 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S Gets a Big Bump in Power and Weight, But What Does it Mean?

The 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S Gets a Big Bump in Power and Weight, But What Does it Mean?

You can learn a lot when you ride in a car that isn’t on the market yet!

The 992-generation Porsche 911 is already on sale globally, but only in non-Turbo trim. The range-topping Turbo and Turbo S have yet to be launched, and it seems we have to wait until 2020 to have access to them. However, the folks over at Car and Driver managed to ride in a Turbo S and found out important bits of info on the rear-engined sports car. For starters, we know it will generate 641 horsepower, but will it be quicker than the old model? Let’s find out.

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You Can Now Order Your 2020 Porsche 911 With a Manual Transmission, But Only If You Pick the Right Trim

You Can Now Order Your 2020 Porsche 911 With a Manual Transmission, But Only If You Pick the Right Trim

Are you ready to sacrifice acceleration for stick and three-pedal fun?

The 2020 Porsche 911 is finally available with a manual transmission instead of the eight-speed automatic. There is a catch, however, as the seven-speed manual transmission is only available in the Carrera S and Carrera 4S models (in both coupe and cabriolet versions).

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Nothing to See Here - Just a Porsche 911 Tearing Ass Through a German Rally Stage

Nothing to See Here - Just a Porsche 911 Tearing Ass Through a German Rally Stage

It’s amazing what a lightweight car can pull off with the right amount of power and the right driver

Petrolhead or no petrolhead, you simply can’t say no to a video of a 1979 Porsche 911 Carrera RS ripping through a picturesque rally stage that runs through a lot of farmland and forest areas in Germany. And you might be surprised, but the lightweight sports car can hold its own in front of more modern, turbocharged AWD cars.

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2020 Porsche 911 Turbo Convertible

2020 Porsche 911 Turbo Convertible

Going topless in Stuttgart’s performance star

Porsche is currently gearing up for the release of the next generation 992-era 911, offered as a follow-up to the current 991-era 911. Per usual, Porsche will offer a variety of body styles and equipment levels, including high-end speed and unlimited headroom with the up-and-coming 911 Turbo Convertible.

Updated 10/21/2019: The 992-gen Porsche 911 Turbo Convertible was caught testing on public roads again and, while it doesn’t sport that cool red top we saw last time, there are some small changes that tell us this baby is ready to debut. Check out the new pictures and the details in our Spy Shots section below!

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Porsche 911 GT3 - A Complete History

Porsche 911 GT3 - A Complete History

The story of a legendary nameplate sitting next to another legendary nameplate

Porsche is known for continuously bringing race-bred technology into its road cars. The Stuttgart-based manufacturer that has been perfecting the rear-engine formula for over five decades now is also famous for its homologation specials, road-worthy counterparts built by Porsche to race thoroughbred competition machinery in production-based classes of sports car racing. 20 years ago, Porsche introduced the latest model that would spawn a myriad of racing versions: the Porsche 911 GT3, a track-oriented 911 that could be used as a daily driver (if you dared). It came at the same time as the not-for-the-purist 996 generation but, in spite of this, can you now imagine a world without the 911 GT3 in it?

Where were you in 1999 when Porsche unveiled the 996.1-generation Porsche 911 GT3? Well, you probably weren’t at the Geneva Auto Show where Porsche took the wraps of what was, in essence, the road-legal version of the newest Porsche 911 Cup car that would compete in the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany and later in the Porsche Supercup sharing the bill with the Formula 1 World Championship. The first 911 GT3 looked a bit tame but, as years rolled by, it evolved, growing bigger, more aggressive, and more insane and overshadowed with ease the 911 GT2, a model we originally thought it’d replace before Porsche decided to continue making GT2 models, somewhat as even more extreme versions of the 911. This is the story of the GT3, a model more famous than all of the track-focused 911s that have come before it, even the Carrera RS 2.7 of 1973.

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Even Wonder What Happens When You Crash a Lego Bugatti and Porsche 911?

Even Wonder What Happens When You Crash a Lego Bugatti and Porsche 911?

You might want to turn away if you’re a fan of LEGO Technic

What happens when a Porsche 911 crashes into the side of a Bugatti Chiron? It’s a question that nobody wants an answer to because of all the heartache that will ensure. Fortunately, Germany’s ADAC, the largest automobile club in Europe, found a way to see the aftermath of a 911-on-Chiron crime without having to actually use real-life versions of the Porsche 911 and, gulp, Bugatti Chiron. Instead of using the actual cars, ADAC opted to perform its experiment of sorts using the LEGO Technic versions of both the 911 and the Chiron. The whole stunt looks like it was done for giggles, but ADAC actually did with serious intentions, specifically to see if this type of test can simulate and replace actual crash tests involving actual cars. Judging by the aftermath of the “crash,” ADAC emphatically received an answer to its experiment.

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2019 Porsche 911 992 by Techart

2019 Porsche 911 992 by Techart

Prepare to shell out for one of the most comprehensive tuning kits you’ll see for the new Porsche 911 992

There’s a rule of thought that a lot of tuners abide. You don’t work on a tuning program for a Porsche 911 unless you know what you’re doing. There are a handful of tuners out there that are regarded as being some of the best Porsche tuners in the business. TechArt is one of them. The German tuner has built and developed programs for a lot of Porsche models. It has an impeccable reputation, earned from years of building some of the best kits you can buy for your beloved Porsches. It just so happens that TechArt has a new program to offer, one for the all-new, 992-generation Porsche 911. In keeping with its stature, TechArt’s new kit is loaded in all departments. From exterior changes to engine upgrades, the German tuner covered all its bases, and the result is a tuning program that owners of the new 911 992 should seriously consider getting. Don’t take it from us; check out the program and see for yourselves.

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Bet You Never Thought You'd See a Porsche 911 GT3 That's Powered By a Motorcycle Engine

Bet You Never Thought You’d See a Porsche 911 GT3 That’s Powered By a Motorcycle Engine

And yet, here it is

The Porsche 911 has been the subject of many engine swaps over the years. In fact, the Neunelfer has seen its fair share of LS engines being dropped under its tail, but nobody ever thought of fitting a motorcycle engine inside the 911. Or, if they thought about it, they didn’t get to do it. Mind you, the 911 you’re about to see is not a real 911. We mean, it’s real, but it started out life as a toy. Yet somehow, someone crammed a KTM dirt bike motor under its hood and we can’t stop drooling.

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2020 Porsche 911 Turbo

2020 Porsche 911 Turbo

The 911 Turbo is getting faster and more powerful

The 991.2-generation Porsche 911 may be just a year old, but the German company is already working on the next iteration of the iconic sports car. Likely to be called the 992, the upcoming 911 is already being tested on public roads according to our paparazzi, who just sent us the first pictures with the coupe. Although the 992-gen 911 looks identical to the current model, that’s not to say that the upcoming sports car will carry over unchanged on the outside. The reason for the similar looks is that the 992 is still in its early stages of development, and thus Porsche uses the body of the current model, albeit with some modifications.

We don’t know much about the next-generation 911, but Porsche is working on a brand-new platform and new version of the existing engines. Alongside the standard model, Porsche will also launch a new Turbo variant, which will be sportier and will use a more powerful drivetrain. There’s no official word as to when it will arrive, but I expect it to break cover sometime in 2018. However, we should see an update model with the new styling features on the road by the end of 2017. Meanwhile, find out what we already know about the upcoming 911 Turbo in the speculative review below.

Update 9/21/2019: The Porsche 911 Turbo was caught cruising around the Nurburgring yet again. Check out our latest spy shots in the Spy Shots section below.

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There's Lots of Porsche Goodness in the "Bad Boys for Life" Trailer, and Martin Lawrence Has Spent a Lot of Time in The Kitchen

There’s Lots of Porsche Goodness in the "Bad Boys for Life" Trailer, and Martin Lawrence Has Spent a Lot of Time in The Kitchen

The 16-year wait for the third Bad Boys movie is about to mercifully end

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 16 years since we last saw Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in a Bad Boys movie, but that’s exactly how long it’s been. Mercifully, the long wait for the “threequel” is about to end now that the trailer for the third movie in the franchise, Bad Boys For Life, has finally dropped.

It’s a typical Bad Boys film in that there’s plenty of action, explosives, dry humor, and Smith and Lawrence busting on each other. Oh, and there’s a 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S in the movie, too. It’s a nice callback to the original Bad Boys movie from 1995, though I suspect some people aren’t old enough to remember that movie. Bad Boys isn’t the Fast & Furious, but for those who are old enough to remember Will Smith and Martin Lawrence’s first movie together, you’ll know that Bad Boys had its fair share of drop-dead gorgeous vehicles. It’s nice to know that almost 25 years since that first movie hit the theaters, that formula hasn’t changed, even if Lawrence’s physique has.

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Say Hello to the 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 and Carrera 4 Cabriolet

Say Hello to the 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 and Carrera 4 Cabriolet

Porsche’s entry-level all-wheel-drive 911s are here

It’s hard to focus on anything else than Frankfurt’s highly-anticipated debuts this year, including the likes of Porsche Taycan and Volkswagen ID. Speaking of Porsche, the carmaker has just unveiled the all-wheel-drive 911 Carrera 4 and Carrera 4 Cabriolet, so those who’ve been holding out on getting a new 911 because AWD wasn’t on the table might as well start calling their accountants.

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Here's Everything We Know About The 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo Convertible

Here’s Everything We Know About The 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo Convertible

The most powerful Porsche 911 cabriolet is only months away and for a $200,000+ price it will offer supercar-like performance

Back when Porsche introduced the 911 Cabriolet in 1983, proper sports car enthusiasts recognized one thing - the 911 was not only for the driving enthusiasts - it is also for drivers that see it as a status symbol. Now, almost four decades later, we get the 911 992 Cabrio in Carrera and Carrera 4S forms. Yet, fast roofless monsters still thunder over the Nurburgring and enjoy the sun on city streets across Europe. These are Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolets - possibly the best cabriolets that world has ever seen. While I am expecting a 911 Turbo Cabrio reveal at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show, this is what I’ve gathered about it.

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$375,000 Could Get You This Porsche 911 Carrera Safari

$375,000 Could Get You This Porsche 911 Carrera Safari

That used to be, in fact, a 1984 911 Carrera 3.2

We don’t know about you, but we have a thing for old Porches. For some weird reason, our hearts skip a beat whenever one of these gracious sports cars comes in sight. Hell, we’ve been spending enough hours as it is playing Need For Speed - just to get a fill, albeit digital, of what’s it like to hone a classic Porsche through a scenery meant to recreate the Côte d’Azur. That’s the same reason we would be willing to sell a lung and a kidney just to get our hands on this 1984 911 Carrera 3.2 that’s been turned into a sort of safari car. Yes, safari car. Read on.

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Someone Caught the 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo and 2020 Porsche Taycan on Camera

Someone Caught the 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo and 2020 Porsche Taycan on Camera

If this does not make your day, I don’t know what will

The 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo is expected to come later this year, but we don’t have to wait to see it. The car has been spotted doing test runs out in the open sans any clothes. The car looks super sexy in black, driving sedately behind a cement mixer. In another instance, even the Porsche Taycan was spotted from the rear roaming the streets. We get to see the huge ass taillights and turn signal in action as well. Another prototype of the Porsche Taycan was spotted sprinting with blue dressing with ‘soul electrified’ and ‘Taycan’ decals on it. Although these sightings are fun, it makes the wait seem even longer. Can we just have the cars already, Porsche?!

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Will These Renderings of a Modern Porsche 911 GT1 Really Come to Life?

Will These Renderings of a Modern Porsche 911 GT1 Really Come to Life?

There’s no stopping Porsche if it really wants to build a modern take on the legendary 911 GT1 racer

What happens when you take a current-generation Porsche 911, splash on a bit of the 911 RSR’s performance nuttiness, and infuse a little design inspiration from a 20-year old race car that won 47 endurance races in its career? The result is this series of renderings created by designer Emre Husmen. It’s called the Porsche 911 GT1 Concept, and while it technically doesn’t exist, these renderings are proof that maybe it should. Porsche has the final say on that matter, but seeing as the automaker has yet to field an entry for the upcoming FIA WEC season — new regulations require Porsche to build road-going versions of racers competing in the series — perhaps it should start drawing up those plans so that the road-going model can happen, too. If the latter looks anything close to Husmen’s rendering, the road-spec version of Porsche’s next WEC racer has "intriguing" written all over it.

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How Much Does the 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera Cost and Is it Worth it?

How Much Does the 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera Cost and Is it Worth it?

Will this help reduce the Corvette C8’s onslaught to any extent?

Porsche is finally facing heat from the competition and has decided to act towards it. No, it’s not some fancy, high-end model this time. In fact, Porsche is making its base strong and is looking to increase volumes with this model. The company from Stuttgart has introduced new ‘base trims’ for the 911 Carrera and the Cabriolet. These models are detuned versions of the current 911 Carrera S and 4S, and cost a lot less than them. Did Porsche come up with this idea because of the 2020 Corvette C8 hype?

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2019 Porsche 911 RSR

2019 Porsche 911 RSR

The refreshed mid-engined 911 racing car is here

Porsche unveiled at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed the most expensive, most advanced, and fastest 911-based race car in its portfolio, the emblematic 911 GT3 RSR. This latest version takes everything good about the 2017 model and distills it all in a better overall package that’s been improved in all four corners, even if you can’t tell the differences from the outside. The engine is still naturally aspirated, but it’s bigger than ever, and it’s still placed in front of the rear axle. Power is said to surpass 500 horsepower depending on the restrictor, and it gets sent to the back wheels only, just as before. Now, however, the car is easier to service and is safer.

Porsche has been putting out 911-based race cars since the ’60s and, in the five decades that have passed, the German automaker has constantly been improving the recipe while also staying true to the original ingredients. The shape is still largely familiar, albeit wider than ever, and the engine is still a six-cylinder boxer, and it’s naturally aspirated. However, the differences are aplenty: the engine is now in front of the rear axle instead of behind it, the exhaust now exits in front of the rear wheels through the sills, it’s water-cooled, and the capacity went up from 4.0-liters to 4.2-liters to make it more elastic. Is this the best 911 GT3 RSR ever? It has to be if it wants to surpass the impressive 2017 model that’s won almost anything there is to win in the FIA WEC and the IMSA Weathertech Sportscar Championship. And, frankly, with a $1 million + price tag, it better be!

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Fearing the Future? Don't - Porsche Has Plans to keep its Naturally Aspirated Engines and Manual Gearboxes Beyond the EV Onslaught

Fearing the Future? Don’t - Porsche Has Plans to keep its Naturally Aspirated Engines and Manual Gearboxes Beyond the EV Onslaught

EVs Are Good and All, but Nothing Can Replace ICE Growl. Porsche GT Will Continue To Produce It For As Long As Possible

Last year Porsche sold between 3,000 and 4,000 GT cars. These machines, developed and produced by Porsche’s GT division, are as close as you can get to a race car while still being able to drive them on the street. Porsche’s GT division, then, is a Mecca for proper gearheads and track enthusiasts who like the cars as they are (manual and burning fuel), and those who are not afraid to spend some serious money on their hobby. I am writing here about vehicles like the Porsche 911 GT3 or the 911 GT2.

With such a dedicated (and wealthy) community of enthusiastic customers, Porsche’s GT division seems to be safe from the electrification that fell on the world of cars in recent years.

Andreas Preuninger, the head of Porsche’s GT division acknowledged that electrification wouldn’t come to Porsche GT cars soon. In fact, we can expect these vehicles to sport naturally aspirated engines and a manual transmission for as long as there is a proper demand. And it seems that the demand is stronger than ever.

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Herbie 'The Love Bug' Returns To Race In The 2019 24 Hours of Spa-Francorcamps

Herbie ’The Love Bug’ Returns To Race In The 2019 24 Hours of Spa-Francorcamps

A Porsche dressed like the famous racing Beetle will contest the grueling race on the 50th anniversary of the orginial movie

The annual 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps is, arguably, the world’s biggest professional endurance race for GT cars and, this year, the entry list reached a new high: 72 cars are set to take the start on July the 27th. Or that’s what we thought before a strange-looking Bug appeared out of a pit box during the official Spa Test Days.

Racing to raise awareness about a certain disease or in order to collect money for a charity is a noble thing but, up until now, we’ve seen no project go as far as this. The brainchild of Pascal Witmeur, long-time Belgian racing driver, this project aims to both celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original Herbie motion picture (’The Love Bug’, released in cinemas in the U.S. in March of 1969) and to gather funds for the VivaCité (RTBF) ’Viva for Life’ project and ’Kinderarmoedefonds.be’ charities. The car was created with the help of Belgian luxury car dealer Deman Brussels and is, at its core, a Porsche 911 (991) Cup MR - the Manthey Racing-modified version of Porsche’s 911 Cup car.

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The 2019 Porsche 911 RSR Says "Screw Your Turbo" - There's No Replacement for Displacement

The 2019 Porsche 911 RSR Says "Screw Your Turbo" - There’s No Replacement for Displacement

The iconic flat-six grows bigger once again

The Porsche 911 RSR, the company’s iconic race car for FIA endurance duty, was redesigned for 2019 and introduced at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed. Improved in all key areas, the new 911 RSR replaces the previous RSR that scored more than 20 class wins in the FIA World Endurance Championship and other long-distance series in North America and Europe.

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Relieve Some Stress With This Porsche 911 GT3 Track Therapy Video!

Relieve Some Stress With This Porsche 911 GT3 Track Therapy Video!

It’s 11 minutes worth of free therapy that you won’t get anywhere else

If life’s doldrums are kicking into high gear, I have something that should calm your sensibilities long enough for you to shed at least a little stress. That “something” is an 11-minute video on YouTube featuring nothing but the Porsche 911 GT3casually going about its business on a race track. I say “casually” because the GT3 looks like it’s going through the motions on the race track. But there’s nothing casual about the sound of that naturally aspirated Porsche flat-six filling our ears. It’s relaxing, chilling, and therapeutic, converging all at once to fill our minds with the kind of chill that should get us through the week. Dial up the volume, folks. This 11-minute video is your go-to video of the day.

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LEGO Speed Champions 1974 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0

LEGO Speed Champions 1974 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0

Or you could just as well buy it for yourself

LEGO’s partnership with Porsche has seen a handful of awesome builds over the past years, most of them offered under the Speed Champions moniker. However, the collabo between the two brands has reached its apex on two occasions. The first one was the introduction of set number 42056, a stunning LEGO Technic build that replicated the might Porsche 911 GT3 RS through 2,704 pieces. The second peak was set number 42096, a fully-blown Porsche 911 RSR that mirrored the real-life GT endurance racer to the very tiny detail.

As far as the Speed Champions series is concerned, Porsche’s representatives ranged from a stunning 917K joined by its more modern counterpart, the Le Mans-winning 919 Hybrid to the likes of 918 Spyder and more race-ready 911s. Speaking of which, last year LEGO and Porsche launched set number 75888 which included a miniature 911 RSR and a 911 Turbo 3.0. The latter, however, has been reinterpreted as a standalone set for 2019, with a minor but pretty obvious change.

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A $50,000 Windshield Isn't the Only Outrageously Expensive Part on this One-Off Porsche 911 (993) Speedster

A $50,000 Windshield Isn’t the Only Outrageously Expensive Part on this One-Off Porsche 911 (993) Speedster

You need to pony up if you want to recreate one of the rarest Porsche models of all time

The Porsche 911 (993) is one of the most sought-after Porsche 911 models in history. Its place in history is secure as the last 911 generation to feature an air-cooled engine. It’s considered the grail among grails, the kind of car that routinely sells for around $200,000. Now imagine a scenario where the grail among grails gets even rarer. Should we call it the grail among the grails among grails? That’d be too confusing so let’s just call it by its actual name: the Porsche 911 (993) Speedster.

The 993 Speedster is so rare that Porsche actually built just two units of the model, one for Ferdinand Alexander Porsche for his 60th birthday in 1995 and another for TV comedian Jerry Seinfeld. In other words, you have a better shot at finding Narnia than spotting an actual 993 Speedster on the road. But, just because these two models are a sight unseen, that doesn’t mean that we can’t see proper replicas that carry the exclusive essence of the 993 Speedster in the proudest way imaginable.

That’s the case with John Sarkisyan, who many of you know is an ace in the classic car restoration and modification scene. Sarkisyan is the man responsible for the Steampunk Porsche 911 and the Mercedes 300SL Gullwing, both of which were created on the bones of different models. Sarkisyan’s latest project is this stunning Porsche 993 Speedster, which started its life as a 993 Convertible. This is proper aftermarket tuning done to the absolute peak of its powers. It’s no wonder that, in recreating the 993 Speedster, Sarkisyan ponied up a significant amount of money, including dropping $50,000 on the car’s windshield. Believe it or not, the $50,000 windshield isn’t the only outrageously expensive part of this recreated Porsche 993 Speedster. Then again, that’s the kind of price you have to pay if you want to build yourself a model where there are only two actual ones in existence.

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Porsche 911 Speedster Quirks and Features

Porsche 911 Speedster Quirks and Features

Astonishing Porsche 911 Speedster Is $184,000 More Expensive Than the 2019 Porsche 911 Carrera

Teased in one way or another for the last two years, the Porsche 911 Speedster finally showcased its gorgeous body at the 2019 New York Auto Show. Revealed in red, the glorious 911 celebrates the 70th anniversary of the production of rear-engine sports cars, and it is the most extreme representation of philosophy once started with the fantastic 356. With such an important job to do and an incredible heritage to justify, the new Porsche 911 Speedster - the ninth Speedster overall - is the best the 991.2 generation can possibly offer.

For that matter, Porsche garnished it with the latest technology and epic throwback easter eggs that elevate the 911 Speedster unique qualities. This is the list of the most unusual Porsche 911 Speedster’s quirks and features.

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Wallpaper of the Day: 2020 Porsche 911

Wallpaper of the Day: 2020 Porsche 911

The new Porsche is here and it’s purdy

It’s been a long time coming, but the new, 2020 Porsche 911 992 is finally here. Sure, it hasn’t changed dramatically compared to the 991 generation, or the generation that came before it, but that’s kind of the beauty of it. It’s still every bit a Porsche 911, and the legacy remains intact for another seven years or so. Or at least until, arguably, Porsche develops a hybrid version of the 911 in a few years or so. But, we’ll leave that for another time. For now, we want to honor the 992-gen Porsche by showcasing our favorite wallpaper. You can download it for free to display on your home or work computer. Or, if you don’t like our favorite, we’ve included a decent gallery down below with even more cool wallpaper choices.

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1989 Porsche 911 Wide Track Phantom Speedster by DP Motorsport

1989 Porsche 911 Wide Track Phantom Speedster by DP Motorsport

This is OG Porsche tuning done right

The Porsche 911 is a lot like wine. The older it is, the more desirable it becomes. That appeal has stretched bounds that we previously thought didn’t exist. No more is that clear than in the aftermarket tuning world, for example. There once was a time when the mere thought of modifying an original Porsche 911 was tantamount to automotive treason. But now? It’s not only become a big business, but it’s also evolved into a what-you-can-do-I-can-do-better competition among aftermarket companies. Take this 1989 Porsche 911 Targa 3.2, for example. Traditional convention suggests that this classic 911 Targa should be kept in stock condition, preserved in its OG state for all eternity. German tuner DP Motorsports had other plans. It’s not the Porsche 911 Targa 3.2 anymore. It’s the Porsche Phantom Speedster, and guess what, it looks spectacular.

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This Porsche Helmet Case Comes As a Gift With Your New 911 GT2 RS

This Porsche Helmet Case Comes As a Gift With Your New 911 GT2 RS

Seriously now, this Porsche helmet case goes together with the 911 GT2 RS like summer and June

The current Porsche 911 GT2 RS is, for now, the most powerful street-legal Porsche ever built. That’s why you don’t buy one just to show off your ego between two traffic lights – so if you happen to be a customer, you are going to take it to the track. Which is something Porsche knows very well.

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Porsche Purists Under Siege Again As Tuning Shop Crams Hemi V-8 In a 911

Porsche Purists Under Siege Again As Tuning Shop Crams Hemi V-8 In a 911

Forget all the known conventions about the Porsche 911 and gaze at this beast with an enormous Hemi V-8 in the trunk

Here we go again, straying further and further from God’s way. This time, the "sinner" is a yet-to-be-completed creation by a French tuning company called Danton Arts Kustoms based in Vanosc, France. While the guys there are currently working on many wacky projects, the one that caught our eye is an ultra-modified Hemi-powered Porker based on a slashed 997 chassis that is sure to send shivers down the spines of Porsche fans young and old.

I’m not a bona fide tuning fan. While I did enjoy the first few Fast & Furious movies in my youth and thought, just like almost anybody in the early noughties, that flamboyant paint schemes and insane body kits that don’t actually help the car go faster are the business, I’ve never been an advocate of tuning as a whole. Nowadays, I enjoy stuff like Canepa’s 959 that offers modern-day supercar performance while retaining all the visual elements of the original 959, but I also turn my head in a hurry when I see stuff like this much newer Porsche that’s being turned into a front-engined muscle car. To some people, it may seem like this 997.I Carrera 4S Cabriolet is being tormented and is dying a slow death under the weight of that hefty Hemi V-8 but, actually, I’m of the opinion that it’s about to rebirth and, if nothing else, it’ll rival the Half11.

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Wallpaper of the Day: 2020 Porsche 911 Speedster

Wallpaper of the Day: 2020 Porsche 911 Speedster

Porsche finally unveiled the new 911 Speedster to the world, reinstating a name that echoes the halls with history and reminds us of great models past. Based on the 991.2 generation of 911, it represents the absolute best the past generation can offer (remember, Porsche just introduced the 992, 2019 Porsche 911 this year). Featuring that unique double bubble rear deck, the new speedster celebrates the 70th anniversary of rear-engined sports cars and harkens back to the original Porsche 356 Speedster. This lady in red really got our engines running, so we figured we’d make it our wallpaper of the day. We don’t have too many wallpaper choices, but we’ve picked out our favorite and added a small gallery to the bottom of this page. Also, if you want to know everything there is to know about the new 911 Speedster, check out our recent 2020 Porsche 911 Speedster Quirks and Features article – we promise that you’ll be happy you did!

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2020 Porsche 911 Speedster

2020 Porsche 911 Speedster

The Speedster returns after nine years!

The 2020 Porsche 911 Speedster is a limited-edition version of the 991-generation 911. Based on the 991.2 model discontinued in 2019, the 2020 911 Speedster is the last iteration of the eight-year-old sports car. It’s also the first Speedster since 2010, when Porsche sold a limited-edition model of 356 units based on the 997-generation 911.

Previewed by a couple of concept cars used to celebrate the company’s 70th anniversary of building sports cars, the 2020 911 Speedster is actually very similar to the show cars. But unlike its predecessors, it’s based on the track-ready 911 GT3 and generates in excess of 500 horsepower. As a result, it’s also the first Speedster developed by the Porsche Motorsport division. It also comes with a Heritage Design package that adds unique features inspired by vintage Porsche race cars, as well as a premium timepiece.

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What Is The Heritage Design Package of the 2019 Porsche 911 Speedster?

What Is The Heritage Design Package of the 2019 Porsche 911 Speedster?

The Heritage Design Package Harkens back to the early 356 race cars

The 2019 Porsche 911 Speedster is a really cool sports car that comes with a lot of extras over the regular 911, but you can customize it beyond that by ordering the Heritage Design Package. Crafted by Porsche Exclusive, the division responsible for bespoke features, it adds classic styling elements that link back to the roots of the German company.

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Want One of the 1,948 Examples of the 2019 Porsche 911 Speedster? It'll Cost You $275,000

Want One of the 1,948 Examples of the 2019 Porsche 911 Speedster? It’ll Cost You $275,000

The 911 Speedster is the second most expensive Porsche on the market!

The Porsche 911 Speedster just broke cover at the 2019 New York Auto Show after months of speculation and a couple of concept cars. It’s the last 911 based on the 991-generation sports car and one of the nameplate’s highlights alongside the GT3- and GT2-badged models. It’s limited to only 1,948 units, and it’s far from cheap: Porsche wants more than $270,000 for one!

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The 2020 Porsche 911 Speedster Has Finally Made its Debut

The 2020 Porsche 911 Speedster Has Finally Made its Debut

The 2020 911 Speedster is the final car based on the 991.2 generation

Previewed by two concept cars in 2018, the Porsche 911 Speedster finally made its debut at the 2019 New York Auto Show. Based on the 991.2-series 911 that has been discontinued in 2018, this model marks the return of the Speedster nameplate after nine years.

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The Porsche Half11 Is The Car You Bring Up When You Want To Make Porsche Purists Go Insane

The Porsche Half11 Is The Car You Bring Up When You Want To Make Porsche Purists Go Insane

Can you imagine how a 911 would look like if you cut it in half and glue the rear bit of an old F1 car to it? Imagine no more!

If you’re a lover of anything classic 911, you might want to look away now. That’s because the Half11 (sounds better than 4.511, I guess) is a V-8-engined, tube-framed sports car with the front bodywork of a 911 from the early ’70s and the tail section of an open-wheel racer from about the same period. Oil Stain Lab released a bulk of renders, and it looks insane and what’s even more insane is that it’s almost ready to roll.

Porsche is one of those brands that’s been able to gather a huge fanbase and then grip to it firmly by staying true to its ethos in the sports car department, at least. The 911 essentially follows the same design language drawn up by Ferdinand ’Butzi’ Porsche in the early ’60s, and this is, by and large, quite unique in the automotive world. But while the looks of a 911 haven’t really changed with the passing of time, the technology has and what was once a sportier Beetle is now a benchmark grand tourer that still has its engine hanging behind the rear axle.

Many people have put innumerable hours into updating old 911s and creating what’s known as ’restomods.’ Some are based on period chassis while others are all-new down to the smallest bolt, but the skin resembles that of its elder relatives from the Porsche family. Singer Vehicles is maybe the company that does this the best but the folks at the Oil Stain Lab want to have a stab at it too, but they’re not following the beaten path. Instead, they’re building a mid-engined version of the 911. One that lacks a roof or rear bodywork...

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1965 Porsche 911

1965 Porsche 911

The classic 911 as you know and love and (probably) can’t afford to buy

The Porsche 911 is unarguably one of the most famous sports cars the world over. It’s also impossible to argue that the design of the 911 is legendary to the point that it doesn’t really move with the times, it stays the same while everyone else hurries to change every so often. By 1965, the 911 was already three years old, and the company finally dedicated itself to the 911 after halting the production of the venerable 356.

Unveiled at the 1963 Frankfurt Auto Show, the Porsche 901, later renamed 911 after Peugeot intervened, is Porsche’s most successful model and an icon all on its own. The design, penned by Ferdinand Porsche’s son ’Butzi’ Porsche with help from Porsche’s Head of Body Construction Erwin Komenda, was instrumental in shaping all of Porsche’s future products. In fact, Porsche never really strayed away from the design language introduced by the original 901 in the Fall of 1963. The latest 992-generation 911 still features a pair of round headlights in the front, a sloping tail with narrow taillights, and everything else in between. The only thing one can say about the modern 911 is that it’s much larger than its forefather, but you should blame that on both the quest for performance and the quest for safety.

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2020 Porsche 911 Cabriolet

2020 Porsche 911 Cabriolet

High performance with infinite headroom!

The 2020 Porsche 911 Cabriolet is the drop-top version of the eighth-generation 911. The 992-generation Porsche 911 arrived in 2018, replacing the old 991 model after seven years on the market. The Cabriolet version joined the lineup in January 2019, just ahead of the Detroit Auto Show. The drop-top shares everything from the design to its underpinnings with the coupe. Notable highlights for the new generation include vintage-inspired design cues, a wider body, new technology, and a revised turbocharged engine. Just like the coupe, the Cabriolet debuted in Carrera S trim, but a base model and AWD variants were added throughout 2019. The new drop-top also comes with a newly designed soft-top that is lighter and folds much quicker than its predecessor.

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2019 Porsche 911 Turbo S GTstreet RS by TechArt

2019 Porsche 911 Turbo S GTstreet RS by TechArt

TechArt is at it again, making great Porsches even better

TechArt is one of Germany’s top Porsche tuners, and it plans to reconfirm this status by unveiling at the 89th Geneva Auto Show the latest and most insane version of its well-known GTstreet R model, this time based on the Porsche 911 (991) Turbo S and dubbed the RS. In short, it’s an angry green hornet with 760 horsepower on tap, a 0 to 62 mph time of 2.5 seconds, and a top speed limited to 211 mph because that’s as much as the tires can take.

Porsche is one of the of the most popular sports car manufacturers the world over. As such, there are tons of companies that cater to people who want to make their Porsche just a little bit faster and a little bit more special. Then there are firms, like Ruf or TechArt, that are recognized as independent manufacturers and whose creations stretch far beyond the might of the models used as the foundation for their projects.

TechArt’s GTstreet R kit for the Porsche 991-generation of the Porsche 911 has been around for a few years. We reviewed it a couple of years ago when it was fresh out of TechArt’s laboratory and came to the conclusion that "it has some strong competition from Gemballa, but it still possesses an enviable combination made up of an outstanding aero kit, a dressed-up interior, and powerful engine upgrades." Prepare, then, for something even better and much rarer as only ten will be made!

Update 3/12/2019:We’ve updated this review with images of the 2019 Porsche 911 Turbo GTstreet RS by Techart taken during the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. Check them out in the gallery at the bottom of this page!

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This Video Proves How Crucial the 2020 Porsche 911's Active Aero Really Is

This Video Proves How Crucial the 2020 Porsche 911’s Active Aero Really Is

When it comes to the 992-gen 2020 Porsche 911, Porsche managed to keep that legendary, iconic look while still evolving the sports car to a whole new level. Part of that evolution includes a boatload of new tech, the most important of which is, arguably, the active spoiler that’s integrated into the rear deck lid. That’s not the only piece of active aero on the 992-gen 911, though, as there are also active grille shutters up front. When you pair these along with the sleek body design and rear vents, you have a meticulously designed vehicle with sheer aerodynamic purpose. Now, we present to you a video that explains just how the 992-gen 911’s aero tech actually works.

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Someone Just Leaked the 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo on Instagram!

Someone Just Leaked the 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo on Instagram!

The shiny, sexy, Stuttgart superstar makes waves on the Internet way ahead of an official reveal!

It feels like just yesterday the eighth-generation 992 Porsche 911 was revealed at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show, but now we’re getting a sneak peek at the upcoming hot-to-trot 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo, courtesy of a recent leak posted to Instagram!

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2020 Porsche 911

2020 Porsche 911

New-generation 911 arrives with vintage-inspired looks and high-tech features

The 2020 Porsche 911 is the eighth-generation of the company’s iconic sports car. It was unveiled in late 2018 as the 992, a replacement for the 991 generation. Just like its predecessor, the 2020 Porsche 911 is a mix of old an new. While it rides on new underpinnings and features state-of-the-art technology, its design harks back to previous generations, including the original 911. The new sports car brings a few innovations to the market, but its most notable feature remains the fact that it’s the first 911 to not have a naturally aspirated engine.

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The 992-Gen 2021 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Will Remain Fully Aspirated and Feature a Surprise Upgrade

The 992-Gen 2021 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Will Remain Fully Aspirated and Feature a Surprise Upgrade

Fear not, purists - the Stuttgart superstar is staying true to its roots

When it comes to track-proven performance, the Porsche 911 GT3 and GT3 RS are some of the most impressive nameplates around. Now, with the arrival of the new 992-generation 911 for the 2020 model year, the GT3 and GT3 RS are poised for an update, and as rumor has it the good times will keep on a’rolling with the same formula we know and love - power at the rear, as little weight as possible, and a high-strung six-cylinder for motivation. Even better is the suggestion that the Porsche’s lump of go will be a larger all-atmospheric six-cylinder, now with a few extra cc’s added on top.

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1997 RUF Porsche CTR2

1997 RUF Porsche CTR2

The replacement for the fastest car in the world, an even faster car

RUF builds some of the fastest modified Porsches in the world, cars altered so much that they are barely Porsches when the process reaches the end and the car is ready for delivery. Such a car is the CTR2, the replacement of the Yellowbird, a 993-based monster that could reach 215 mph in 1995, beating anything but the McLaren F1.

If you’re asked to name a few really fast cars of the ’90s images of the Lamborghini Diablo, the Bugatti EB110, or the Jaguar XJ220 would probably spring in your mind. Well, how many of you would think of a modified Porsche that could beat anything that Zuffenhausen had to offer, even the ludicrous race-bred 911 GT1? Yes, it’s the product of a tuner, but the cars built by Alois Ruf Jr., and his men have always been impeccably well-built. They also have an enviable record of humiliating established supercars over the years. The CTR2 is the bridge between the pure Nurburgring-slashing CTR and the mid-engined CTR3 that takes the ideas of the Carrera GT to another level.

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A 1997 RUF Porsche CTR2 with Pikes Peak History is Expected To Sell For $1.5 Million

A 1997 RUF Porsche CTR2 with Pikes Peak History is Expected To Sell For $1.5 Million

Back in the ’90s when this RUF-modified Porsche tackled the Pikes Peak Hillclimb, it wasn’t all asphalt like today

RUF, the mad scientists from Germany who take usual Porsches and make them bonafide supercar-killers, built two special RUF CTR2s to humiliate other mortals at Hillclimb and circuit events. With 702 horsepower on tap, these Sport Prototype examples were probably the fastest road legal Porsches in the world in the late ’90s and, now, one is up for grabs at the upcoming Bonhams Paris sale on February 7th.

As far as supercars go, the RUF CTR2 is an unsung hero. Every car nut has heard of the mad CTR and its 213 mph F40-crushing top speed. Everyone has seen it being thrashed around the Nurburgring-Nordschleife in that period VHS video that might as well be one of the first ’viral’ automotive videos on the world-wide-web. But not too many people know about the CTR’s replacement, the CTR2.

RUF again built very few of these around the chassis of a 993 Turbo, so it’s unlikely you’ll ever see one. However, if you do, allow yourself a few moments to just gaze upon it while trying to breathe normally because this is automotive royalty although the bulbous bodywork could mislead you into thinking this is yet another weird tuning job from the ’90s.

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Wallpaper of the Day: 2020 Porsche 911 Cabriolet

Wallpaper of the Day: 2020 Porsche 911 Cabriolet

The new Porsche dropped its top

Porsche has done wonders with the new 911, making it sportier and more attractive than ever. The interior is more advanced than ever before, includes a new infotainment system, and a steering wheel that was inspired by none other than the 918 Spyder. Even the oily bits under the hood took on a sizeable update with the Carrera S delivering 443 horsepower and 390 pound-feet of torque. It’ll get to 60 mph in as fast as 3.6 seconds when properly configured. Tie all of this together, and you have one commanding, desirable package. It’s not up for delivery quite yet, but we’ve featured it as our wallpaper of the day to help hold you over until you can take delivery of your own fine example.

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Save Your Marriage and Get Your Husband This Lego Technic Porsche 911 RSR as a Late Christmas Present

Save Your Marriage and Get Your Husband This Lego Technic Porsche 911 RSR as a Late Christmas Present

This racer for the living room carpet is still an ideal gift to your significant other

Two years after Lego recreated the Porsche 911 GT3 RS in stunning fashion as part of thelarge-scale Technic collection, its race-going brother joins the fleet. Welcome to the 911 GT3 RSR by Lego Technic, with most of the aero insanity seen on the real thing recreated in model form.

Porsche’s 911 RSR is a menacing machine, one capable of taking on the world’s best in GT racing and beating them all with ease, as it did at last year’s edition of the Le Mans 24 Hours. Now, you can purchase a downsized version with a similar level of complexity, in keeping with the proportions, at a much-reduced premium and without having to contact a professional team of engineers to put it together.

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Porsche's Peter Varga Explains What Makes the 2020 Porsche 911 Unique

Porsche’s Peter Varga Explains What Makes the 2020 Porsche 911 Unique

Yeah, we actually need a video for that

Porsche recently unveiled the 992-generation 911 and, needless to say, it looks a lot like its predecessor. This isn’t surprising though. Porsche has been using the same silhouette for decades now, and it’s one of the features that made the 911 iconic and popular. But like every generation before, the current 911 boasts a few unique styling cues.

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Here's Why Porsche will Bring back the 959 in 2019

Here’s Why Porsche will Bring back the 959 in 2019

Reviving an old icon

In 2018, Porsche took us by surprise with a 935 race car for the modern era. Although based on the existing 911 GT2 RS and built using parts from the 919 Hybrid, 911 RSR, and 911 GT3 R, the modern 935 looks incredibly similar to its sibling, produced between 1978 to 1981. With Porsche now making tribute cars from the past, what if Porsche decides to create a modern rendition of the 959 in 2019?

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17 Must-Know Facts About The 992-Gen 2020 Porsche 911

17 Must-Know Facts About The 992-Gen 2020 Porsche 911

It’s simply the best

As one of the most recognizable names in the car industry, the Porsche 911 is expected to evolve with every new generation and the new 992-gen isn’t any different. The 2020 Porsche 911 992 takes some crucial evolutive steps that didn’t cause a drastic transformation, but it did transform it into something better. In every conceivable way. I am giving you 17 facts that prove the new 992 911 is far more than just a redesign. It is a reimagination on such a scale that the 911 kept all the traits of the predecessor, but all traits Porsche engineers and magicians could possibly enhance were incrementally improved.

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Porsche Came Up with a Pretty Slick Way to Electrify the 992-Gen 2020 Porsche 911

Porsche Came Up with a Pretty Slick Way to Electrify the 992-Gen 2020 Porsche 911

Some components were packed with electrification in mind

It’s not even 2019, and we’re already talking about the hybridized version of the new 992-generation Porsche 911. Yes, the plug-in model will only be unveiled in late 2020 for the 2021 model but August Achleitner, Porsche’s current head of sports car development, has already shed some light on how the German company prepared for this move.

We knew ever since the new 911 was presented to the world at the L.A. Auto Show that it would have some built-in features that would, later on, make the adaptation of a hybrid powertrain simpler. Now, we get a bit of insight of how Porsche is working to fit the battery pack and the electric motors onto the 911s platform.

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If You're Waiting for a 992-Gen Porsche 911 Hybrid, Don't Hold Your Breath

If You’re Waiting for a 992-Gen Porsche 911 Hybrid, Don’t Hold Your Breath

Unless you do Yoga, or some other breathing exercises that can keep you alive for four years

Were you excited to see the new Porsche Carrera S and Carrera 4S at the Los Angeles Auto Show? Who wasn’t? The eighth-generation of the 911 is more refined than ever and is all set to carry the rich legacy of this renowned model. However, another bit of news that grabbed eyeballs is that there might be a hybrid version of the 911. Before you get your hopes high, the 911 hybrid is still at least four years away.

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Performance Comparison: 2019 Porsche 911 991 vs 2020 Porsche 911 992

Performance Comparison: 2019 Porsche 911 991 vs 2020 Porsche 911 992

The evolution of the legend, in raw numbers

The new-for-2020 Porsche 911 992-gen has finally been unveiled in L.A., and it’s impressive, although you might not be able to tell with the naked eye. That’s why we’re taking a decisively geeky look at the performance stats that make up the 992-generation of, arguably, Germany’s most famous sports car and we pit them against the numbers of the old 991 model. Here’s a hint: the new one is better!

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Apparently Porsche is Considering a 911-Based SUV

Apparently Porsche is Considering a 911-Based SUV

would a high-riding Porsche 911 really work?

Would you be ready for Porsche to make a high-riding 911? Well, it turns out the idea is something being considered, according to a report quoting a Member of the Executive Board of Sales and Marketing.

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Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport is a good looking beast with 700 HP under the hood

Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport is a good looking beast with 700 HP under the hood

You can’t drive it on public roads though

The Porsche 911 GT2 RS is an insanely cool sports car that most of us can’t own because it’s expensive and sold out in a matter of days. But, you know what’s crazier than that? Unveiling a track-only variant of it at the same time with a new-generation version of the same car. That’s exactly what Porsche did today!

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The 2020 Porsche 911 is Faster and More Powerful Than Ever Before

The 2020 Porsche 911 is Faster and More Powerful Than Ever Before

Porsche has unleased its latest masterpiece

The all-new Porsche 911 has arrived, and as expected, it’s come to live up to the legacy of its name. Introduced at the Porsche Experience Center days ahead of its public unveiling at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show, the new 992 911 was brought out with the entire 911 family. That’s seven generations worth of one of the most iconic models in the history of the auto industry. Beyond the pomp and grandeur of the car’s unveiling is the car itself. The 992 911 is now faster and more powerful than ever before. It’s loaded with new driver assistance technologies, too, something that future owners — there will be a lot of them — can take advantage off once deliveries of the sports car start in the summer of 2019. The 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera S starts at $113,200, while its big brother, the 911 Carrera 4S, starts at $126,600, excluding the $1,050 in delivery, processing, and handling fees.

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The All-New Porsche 911 Proves That The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same

The All-New Porsche 911 Proves That The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same

That rear section looks pretty special, though

There aren’t that many cars in the world that are as important to an automaker as the 911 is to Porsche. When you think of Porsche, you think of the 911. It comes as little surprise then that Porsche pulled out all the stops when it officially debuted the eighth-generation 911 at the Porsche Experience Center, days ahead of its appearance at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show. Orders for the eighth-generation Porsche 911 Carrera S are already open, though don’t expect deliveries to take place until the summer of 2019. The price of the 2020 911 Carrera S starts at $113,200, while the 2020 911 Carrera 4S will be offered from $120,600. Expect an extra charge of $1,050 to account for delivery, processing and handling fees.

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Quick Visual Comparison: 2019 Porsche 911 991 vs 2020 Porsche 911 992

Quick Visual Comparison: 2019 Porsche 911 991 vs 2020 Porsche 911 992

Can you spot the changes?

The 992-generation Porsche 911 is nearly upon us. Set to break cover at the2018 Los Angeles Auto Show, the new-generation 911 will bring a new yet still familiar design forward, new technology under the skin, and a crop of revised turbocharged engines. While the oily bits are still being kept under wraps, the exterior design is no longer a mystery. What has changed for the new generation styling-wise? Find out in the comparison below.

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