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2020 Porsche 911 Carrera S & Carrera 4S Officially Revealed

Porsche has revealed their upcoming Porsche 911 Carrea S and Carrera 4S — here's what we know.

While models are only starting to roll out for 2019, it's not too early for manufacturers to start revealing what's coming down the pipeline and Porsche has done just that with the 2020 911 and Carrera 4S. Also, as is typical with all Porsche models the aesthetics are basically unchanged from their predecessors, so if you like the styling of those cars, you're going to love these as the technology utilized is more or less what has changed in these vehicles.

While the technology used to make these well-loved sports cars newer they are only minimally improved over previous models. But when you get to a car that pumps out the high amounts of horsepower that Porsche models typically has you can only really expect incremental improvements, and for fans of the brand, the details are in the pudding whether these smaller upgrades are worth it or not.

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For most these incremental changes won't be worth it. Though, these new models can go from 0-60 within the low area of 3 seconds, which is plenty quick. According to Motor1, these cars can also get into the 190mph range for the top speed, so these are definitely cars that are designed to go, and go fast, which will make every driver's inner racer happy.

As is typical with Porsche, the price point is rather high, and that doesn't change. The newest 911 will start at $113,000, with All Wheel Drive bringing the price to just a hair over $120,000. The price point is as consistent as the styling is.

Perspective owners who want one of these new Porches will have to wait until the summer before they can begin taking shipment. Until then, merely looking at photos of the cars will have to do. Though for many that will be the closest they will get because the price range just puts it well out of range for most people. Though this is a great start to what should be an amazing 2019 and what to look forward to in 2020. What do you think of these Porches though? Are they too conservative or just refined enough?

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