Drives and Rides in the 2020 Porsche 911


The concept of sports cars has been underlined, redefined and enhanced by few models so far, among which the Porsche 911 is one. It has been one of the purest forms of sports cars that never wavered from its strain to enhance the circle of its buyers.

Now that the series of Porsche 911 has is rolling in the market with its 2020 version, sports car lovers across the globe are waiting for a chance to try it out on the road. Every dealership who sells sports cars in Bakersfield, is now adorning their showrooms with this magnificent model and people are thronging just to catch a glimpse of its styling cues that has achieved a level of perfection. But that wasn’t enough for us. We wanted to experience, how the 2020 Porsche 911 drives and how it rides. Our test drive brought us back with the following impressions, which will stay in our mind forever.

Engineered to Deliver an Ethereal Performance

We all know the fact that sports cars are meant to focus mainly on performance before everything else. Hence, the 2020 Porsche 911, which the world acknowledges as one of the ideal sports cars, is expected to perform with an ethereal expertise. And even if you drive with an acute critical mind, you can’t but appreciate the way it drives, while the ones who want to feel how it rides will surely comeback with a winning smile.

Lineup Details for the 2020 Year Model

The 2020 version of the Porsche 911 promotes the concept of sports cars of an all-new generation. With its newly evolved design, the exterior mold of the model looks dramatically exquisite while driving one will make you realize how meticulously its mechanicals have been engineered. Currently made in the guises of sporty coupes or snazzy convertibles, the 2020 Porsche 911 continues to be sold as its last year trim models, namely the 911 Carrera T and the 911 Carrera GTS.

Drives and Rides

To make the 2020 911 series models run with its sporty moves, Porsche has installed a 3.0-liter twin-turbo flat-six cylinder engine at its rear end to produce 443 horsepower and 390 lb-ft of torque after the engine collaborated with an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

In the 2020 lineup while the Carrera S models are configured with rear-wheel drive, the Carrera 4S are allowed to be driven with all-four-wheels.

Our test drive with the 2020 911 Carrera S in a showroom of Bakersfield sports cars, recorded a speed from zero to 60 mph in mere 3.0 seconds while we crossed quarter-a mile at a whizzing speed of 125 mph in 11.3 seconds. The brakes respond to the inputs almost intuitively stopping the 911 completely from speed of 70 mph within a range of 140 feet.

When we drove the 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera S coupe cabriolet models on regular roads, it almost gave us the feeling of a floaty ride that was beyond comfortable and almost luxurious. The steering is highly obedient making the 911 take any direction with a supple move. Anyone who sits behind the wheels will appreciate its cornering grip and the overall stability.

Ride quality in each of the 2020 Porsche 911 is creamy smooth with amazing body control, as its suspensions are trained to ignore the road imperfections with a kingly grace.

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