2020 Porsche 911 Highlight

The fully redesigned 2020 Porsche 911 earns a spot near the top of our luxury sports car rankings, and it's easy to see why. It delivers the power and performance that you want from a Porsche and boasts plenty of tech features in its stylish cabin.

Is the Porsche 911 a Good Vehicle?

The Porsche 911 is a great car. The redesign doesn't change what makes this car great; it only enhances it. The 911 is sleek, stylish, and most notably, fast. And its handling is inconceivably good. Inside, this Porsche looks fantastic. There are comfortable front seats and plenty of standard and available tech features. Some rivals are more powerful, and some are posher inside, but few competitors capture the essence of what a luxury sports car should be as well as the redesigned 911.

911 Performance

911 Engine: A Twin-Turbo with Plenty of Gusto

The 911 (currently only offered in S variants) comes with a 443-horsepower twin-turbocharged six-cylinder engine and an eight-speed PDK automatic transmission that shifts quickly and reliably.

911 Ride and Handling: The Total Package

There is perhaps no car with more formidable handling abilities than the 911. Whether driving around town running errands or spending days at the track pretending you're in the Monaco Grand Prix, this Porsche provides incredible road grip and steering feel, making it the kind of responsive, nimble machine that driving enthusiasts dream about. Optional features make the 911 even more athletic, and as if its sheer athleticism doesn't already spoil you enough, it also rides incredibly smoothly, even over rough roads.

911 Interior

How Many People Does the 911 Seat?

The 911 seats four people, at least in theory. In practice, it's more like a two-seater, because the rear seats are on the smaller side. The front seats, however, are comfortable, and they remain supportive even on long drives.

911 Interior Quality

Inside, this Porsche looks stylish and modern, and it's quiet even at highway speeds. High-quality materials abound, but some reviewers note that a few plastic pieces keep the 911 from feeling as luxurious as some of its rivals.

911 Cargo Space

With just 4.66 cubic feet of space in its trunk, the 911 isn't much of a cargo hauler. That's enough room for about three shopping bags and little else. However, since you're unlikely to have people in the back seat very often, you can use that area as extra storage space.

How Much Does the Porsche 911 Cost?

The 911 Carrera S sports a base price of $113,300 for the coupe model and $126,100 for the cabriolet (convertible) model. Even by luxury sports car standards, those are extraordinarily high starting prices. If you step up to the 4S trim, you're looking at an even higher price tag – mid-$120,000s for the coupe and the low-$130,000s for the cabriolet.


The Final Call

The 2020 Porsche 911 earns its spot near the top of our luxury sports car rankings. The redesign brought about updates to the car's styling, powertrain, and features list, but it didn't change anything that makes the 911 great. This is still a powerful car that's incredibly fun to drive, and it provides plenty of interior luxury to boot.


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