Redesigned 2020 Porsche 911: All You Need to Know

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The 2020 Porsche 911 is a luxury sports car tasked with adapting to a modern world, while still keeping true to more than 50 years of history. The Porsche 911 was first introduced back in 1963, this latest version, known internally (and to diehard Porsche fans) as the “992” model, promises more power, sharper handling, improved interior refinement, and even the ability to automatically adapt its driving characteristics to inclement weather.

Believe it or not, Porsche engineers didn’t always have unwavering faith when it came to extending the life of their iconic rear-engine sports machine. In the 1970s, the front-engine and V8-powered 928 model was due to replace it. Thankfully, the decision was overturned and the 911 has continued long after the 928 faded away.

While SUVs like the Macan and Cayenne now provide the backbone of Porsche sales, it’s the 911 that defines the brand for many people. Keep reading to find out all there is to know about the latest-generation of Porsche’s seminal sports car.

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