The new 911 is also the first in the line with an option for a Night Vision Assist, and has a number of additional helpers like anti-collision, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping and an autonomous relief if you're in trouble. There are upgrades inside the cabin as well. You'll find a much larger 10.9-inch touchscreen in the center stack (up from 7 inches), which can help with the accompanying crowdsourced online navigation.
There is no hybrid option this year, at least not yet ̵
You can pre-order 2020 911 now, although it will not hit US dealers until the summer of 2019. And no surprise, the iconic car will not come cheap. You're looking at $ 113,200 for the Carrera S rear-wheel drive, while the all-wheel drive 4S starts with $ 120,600. Naming tips on more affordable Carrera models in the pipeline. Let's be honest, though: if you're determined to get the latest technological bells and whistles in a 911, you're probably not going to limit yourself to the base model.