The Porsche 911 Carrera S 2020 is brand new and it's bigger, faster and a bit clumsy. Here are the main differences between the new generation 992 and the 991.2 outgoing generation.
The Porsche 911 2020 looks like the same but is much faster
The long-standing joke is that Porsche never really changes the 911. They all look …
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As a person who was personally hoping for a slightly more spectacular departure from the previous two generations of 911 designs, I must say that I feel like jinxing, as the new single-blade rear taillight looks like a kind of hovering on the back of the car.
Maybe if the light bar was lower, or just bigger and thicker, she could pull it off. This brake light mounted on the grille is not great either. I think things get better when the whole upper half of the back is lifted up like an active aerodynamic fin.
In the front, the appearance is very similar to the front, except that there is now a giant mouth guard with active aerodynamic cooling shutters on each side and wheel arches more pronounced.
This is because Porsche has also widened the front track and lengthened the wheelbase. The new 911 will now have only one style of bodywork, unlike the last generation where only four-wheel drive cars were slightly wider. Not only does she look bigger, but she weighs about 121 pounds more than the outgoing car.
The interior has also been redone, the PDK now has an eighth gear, the acceleration has accelerated from 0 to 100 km / h, and it is now able to switch to something called 'fashion "wet", which is absolutely hilarious. Whether you like it or not, it looks like it's at least as good to drive as the last one.