Cars That Stand the Test of Time

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Porsche 911 Today
The Porsche 911 has carried the same basic shape since the first generation premiered at the Frankfurt Motor Show more than 50 years ago, and folks at Porsche remain locked on that look. For 2020 the 911 moves into its eighth generation with the latest technology, more power, better performance and a more muscular look — at the same time remaining as familiar as that first-generation car. Known as the 992, the latest-generation 911 gets updated styling that is wider and more aggressive. The front is about 1.7 inches wider, while the newly-developed headlights are inset into the fenders. Available as a coupe or convertible and with rear- or all-wheel drive, the new 911 Carrera gets a 379-horsepower turbocharged engine. The 911 lineup recently expanded thanks to an all-new Porsche 911 Turbo S that has 640 horsepower and the ability to reach 60 mph in a mere 2.6 seconds.

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