Understanding the 2020 Porsche 911 Lineup

2020 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe
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Porsche’s Iconic Sports Car Spoils You for Choice

The Porsche 911 is considered by many people to be the best sports car on the planet, period. This isn’t idle boasting – the 911 has decades of precise German engineering to back up the big talk. Introduced back in 1964, the 911 has undergone a near-constant evolution – all aimed at keeping the rear-engine coupe at the leading edge of high performance.

Over the years, Porsche has added turbochargers, removed the top for targa and cabriolet versions, and added enormous wings and vents for racing variants. The 2019 911 GT3, for example, looks like it could drive off a dealer’s lot and head directly to the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race. It should come as no surprise to learn that the 911 has one of the winningest records in racing.  

While it doesn’t look much different, the latest 911 has been re-engineered from top to bottom. There is always a vast range of choices throughout the 911 range, so we’re here to help explain where each one resides on the Porsche family tree. Keep reading to learn all there is to know about the newest iteration of this legendary German sports car.

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