For a decade, The 911 is Porsche Unicorn in Sports Cars Market, This luxury sports car love by their owner cause its high capability and well comfortable inside, Porche as one of the best cars company always give a new touch to their car, Porche has been introduced the 2020 911 Model at 2019 Chicago Auto Show, that good news for us, so let take a look more detail to the next 2020 Porsche 911 Edition.
What New For 2020
Porsche added a front hood with a distinctive recess in front of the windshield, a tribute to earlier generations of the 911. The headlamps were redesigned as well. While they retain the four-point layout, the LED lights were repositioned. The same goes for the main light in the center. The revised bumper now features new surrounds for the side vents, which have a rectangular shape. These are finished in black and feature thin horizontal slats. They also include very slim daytime running lights seamlessly integrated into the upper trim.
The center section is different too, being narrower than on the previous model. It also has a rectangular shape, which makes the bumper look more aggressive. The trunk lid is now narrower and more angular toward the nose, a design inspired from the original 911.
The hood grille has also been changed, now looking similar to the original 911. The new design also includes a red stop light in the center. The vertical louvers are finished in black on rear-wheel drive models and in silver on the AWD Carrera 4S.
Interior Styling & Technology
For 2020 911 Edition, Porsche made the infotainment display sits higher in the dashboard now. Placed just above the separation area between the two levels, the screen is notably wider, now measuring 10.9 inches. The A/C vents were lowered as well, now positioned just above the center console. Right below the screen, there’s a thin control panel with five buttons shaped like toggle switches for a vintage look.
The revised center console is shorter and looks cleaner now, with just a few buttons and knobs placed above the below the gear selector. The instrument cluster retains the center-mounted rev counter flanked by a pair of clocks on each side, but they’re digital now and the entire unit is wider. The steering wheel retains the design of its predecessor, but Porsche designed thinner spokes and new controls on each side. The door panels look cleaner as well and appear to offer more storage room in their lower areas.
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The 911 features new seats as well. The big news here is that they’re positioned 0.2 inches lower and feature a thinner seat cushion, which means the driving position is very much similar to that of a full-fledged supercar. However, Porsche stresses that despite the sporty position, seating comfort is better than ever, as is lateral support in the shoulder areas.
Availability & Price
The 2020 Porsche 911 will reach U.S. dealers in Summer 2019. The new 911 Carrera S starts from $113,200. That’s a significant premium over the outgoing model, which retails from $105,100. Go for the Carrera 4S and the sticker jumps to $120,600, up from the previous $112,000. These prices do not include the delivery, processing and handling fee of $1,050.
Expect the base 911 Carrera model to retail from just under the $100,000 mark when it arrives in 2019. The upcoming 911 Turbo will cost at least $165,000, while the Turbo S could retail from nearly $200,000.