2020 vs 2019 Porsche 911
|2020 Porsche 911||2019 Porsche 911|
|3.0L Turbo 6-Cylinder||3.0L Turbo 6-Cylinder|
|4.0 seconds||4.2 seconds|
2020 Porsche 911 vs 2019 Porsche 911
Serving Farmington Hills, MI
The Porsche 911 is the iconic sports car that has been coveted by drivers in Farmington Hills and far beyond for decades. It was introduced in 1963 and enters its eighth generation in 2020. The next-generation 2020 Porsche 911 reveals thoughtful improvements across the interior and exterior, but it retains many iconic traits that drivers have grown to love about this sports car. Our Porsche Farmington Hills associates can show off the differences between the 2019 and 2020 model years when you visit our location soon.
While you will find all of the same engines and mechanical features in both of these 911 model years, some of the engines’ horsepower ratings have increased slightly. The base engine is a twin-power turbo V6 powertrain that gives you 379 horsepower. It has a top speed of 182 miles per hour. This powertrain is loaded into the next several trims across the lineup. The 911 Carrera S raises the bar with 443 horsepower and a top track speed of 191 horsepower. The Porsche 911 has excellent stability and maneuverability, and it will undoubtedly deliver the excitement that you crave regardless of which year and trim that you select.
The exterior design of the Porsche 911 for 2020 is comparable to last year’s design. The iconic style of the 911 has changed minimally throughout its years. This sports car has a swooping roof with a long angle across the rear windshield, low ground clearance, and sculpted sides with smooth definition over the wheel fenders. The hood remains confidently flat until it breaks into a pointed nose. The rounded headlights sprawl at an angle across the hood’s haunches. At the rear, you will find a signature light bar that spans around the hatchback-style hood. The 911 is available in a sports coupe and a cabriolet body style.
When you compare the interior designs of the 2019 and 2020 Porsche 911, you will notice that the cabin has been beautifully re-crafted. Both model years have a cockpit-like cabin with contoured seats and long, confident lines throughout the console and dashboard. The metallic-accented center console angles up toward the center stack. It holds a cropped gear shifter, controls for the heated seats, drive mode selector buttons, a wireless phone charger, and other equipment. The infotainment system screen is placed between two flowing, horizontal accent pieces that stretch across the dashboard. Additional features include a premium audio system with advanced speakers, a navigation system, a sunroof in the coupe versions, and more.
Are you excited to learn more about the updates that Porsche has been made to the latest 911? With personalized assistance from our Porsche Farmington Hills associates, you can conveniently explore our extensive inventory and test drive the 911 soon.