2020 The Porsche 911 Carrera S is brand new and it's bigger, faster and more difficult to see. Here are the big differences between the new 992 generation and the outgoing 991
2020 The Porsche 911 looks the same but is the way faster
The long-lasting joke is that Porsche never really changes 911 and they all look out …
Read more As someone who personally hoped for a slightly more dramatic departure from the previous couple of generations of 911 design, I have to say I feel I jinxed it, as the new single-sided tailgate light just looks as staggering over the back of car.
Maybe if the candle bar was lower, or just bigger and thicker, it could pull it off. That car-mounted brake light is not good either. I think things get better when the entire top half of the rear raises itself as the active aerodynamic spoiler.
The front looks very like what happened before, except now there is a giant squared mouthwatch with active aerodynamic cooling fans on both sides and more excellent wheel arches.
It's because Porsche also extended the front track and extended the axle base, and the new 911 will now only have a body style throughout its area, unlike the last generation where only the four-wheel drive was a bit wider. Not only does it appear to be larger, but it is also about 121 pounds heaver than the outgoing car.
The interior has also been revised, PDK now has an eighth gear, 0 to 60 mph acceleration has improved and it is now capable of something called "wet mode", which is quite fun. No matter if you like the look of it, it sounds like it's going to be as good as running lately.