My review of the 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S has been published over at NUVO Magazine. You can read all about it right here.
Normally I’m a bit indifferent to the 911 lineup, save for the enthusiast-oriented models like the GTS, GT2, GT3 and Turbos but something about the latest 911 grabbed me and impressed me.
It’s not just the lasting power of the model and it’s design, but the way it can portray prestige and performance without looking obnoxious. Sure people may roll their eyes at the mid-life crisis solution of buying a 911 but when that transition of identity fades, the car will still have it’s place.
The model I tested featured an amazing interior (a rarity in Porsches during my experience) and was relatively comfortable with plenty of convienience features. Things like heated and cooled seats, a large sunroof, adjustable suspension and exhaust are usually shunned by enthusiasts for adding weight and detracting from the pureness of the sports car ethos.
But when thinking of the target buyers, whether they’re those going through a mid-life crisis, those hitting retirement age, or those looking to show off, the 911 does the job. Read my full take on the Porsche 911 Carerra 4S right here at NUVO Magazine. You can see my other reviews in my portfolio.