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2020 Porsche 911
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With the first American deliveries of the new 992 generation of 2020 911 Carreras only a few weeks away, Porsche has finally allowed us behind the wheel of the entry-level model, after letting us drive the Carrera S and 4S a few months ago. That is if you can consider a car that starts at $98,750 for the coupe and $111,550 for the convertible as entry-level. For those tidy sums, you get a thoroughly revamped 911, starting with updated sheet metal. Unlike previous generations, all of these 992s now get the wider bodywork previously reserved for the all-wheel-drive and GTS models. This not only means a wider rear track and more voluptuous hips but also a wider front track, with the wheels spaced about two inches farther apart than before, covered by appropriately flared fenders. There are other styling changes as well, ranging from the squared-off frunk lid to the slightly flattened headlight bubbles, both of which hint of the hallowed 993-gen car (the last air-cooled 911). In the back, the light assemblies are connected with a thin, full-width reflector bar, giving them a bit of a slit-eyed appearance; the center rear taillight bulges from the engine intake grille in a somewhat artless manner; and the rear spoiler now extends into the fenders and looks more integrated when deployed. The increased front track is more than cosmetic and produces the biggest dynamic change in the car: tauter steering with sharper turn-in feel. The 992 isn't quite as responsive as is a 991.2 model with its optional rear-wheel steering, but it's made a noticeable move in that direction and remains the standard for electric power-steering feel. Combined with the other major chassis change—the switch to larger-diameter rear tires with the attendant larger contact patch—the 992 is both responsive and planted. On the back roads around Stuttgart, Germany, which have narrow lanes and few shoulders but are paved with buttery smooth asphalt, we proceeded at massive speed over the twisting and undulating roads with precision and confidence. The 992 makes you feel like the king of the road. Although the 2020 Porsche 911 kicks off a new generation — code-named 992 — it isn't wildly different from its 991 predecessor. If you want that from your next sports car, Chevrolet will be happy to sell you a mid-engine C8 Corvette. But the redesigned 2020 911 is more than up to the challenge of subtly evolving Porsche's rear-engine icon. This new 911 picks up right where the old model left off by pairing supercar-adjacent performance with everyday drivability. For now, Porsche is offering just the Carrera and Carrera S versions, plus the all-wheel-drive 4 and 4S versions. Engine horsepower is up slightly, and the PDK automatic transmission now sports an extra gear. Bored with the idea of just a ""regular"" Carrera? Just as the sun sets in the west, you can bet that Porsche has its typical buffet of Turbos and GT3s queued up in the pipeline for future model years. Key infotainment updates and interior improvements make the interior look more modern than before. But, really, it's the driving experience that matters, and here the newest 911 once again delivers. It's relentlessly fast in a straight line, uncannily balanced through tight or long-sweeping corners, and surprisingly comfortable to drive on a daily basis. If you need one performance car that can do it all, the Porsche 911 is still at the top of a very shortlist. The 2020 Porsche 911 is currently available as a coupe and convertible. Both come in four variants: Carrera, Carrera S, Carrera 4 and Carrera 4S (the 4 indicates all-wheel drive). The Carrera and Carrera 4 share a turbocharged 3.0-liter flat-six engine rated at 379 horsepower and 331 lb-ft of torque. The S models get an upgraded version of that engine good for 443 hp and 390 lb-ft. All four variants come standard with an eight-speed dual-clutch (PDK) automatic, though a seven-speed manual is available for the Carrera S and 4S for no additional charge.