Your All-Season Sports Car is Here
In an effort to expand its 911 lineup even further, Porsche added two all-wheel-drive models for 2020. The company recently unveiled the 992 generation of the 911, and now it has the 911 Carrera 4 Coupe and 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet. The two models feature the same engine and much of the same specs as the base-level Carrera, but they both send power to all four wheels.
This means the cars get a 3.0-liter twin-turbo flat-six that puts out 379 hp and 331 lb-ft of torque. Even with all-wheel-drive, the cars still manage a 0-60 mph sprint in just four seconds. That’s for the coupe with the PDK eight-speed transmission. If you opt for the Sport Chrono Package, then you’ll do the same sprint in 3.8 seconds. The Cabriolet is slightly slower at 4.2 seconds or four seconds flat with the Sport Chrono Package. Top speeds for the coupe and cabriolet are 180 mph and 179 mph respectively.
In addition to sending power to all four wheels, the cars also get Porsche Active Suspension Management adaptive dampers. With this suspension setup comes selectable drive modes. The exterior and interiors of the all-wheel-drive cars are essentially the same as the two-wheel-drive models.
The cars are now available for customers to order. They should hit U.S. showrooms early next year. The 911 Carrera 4 has a starting price of $106,050. The Cabriolet version has a $118,850 price tag. Both models come with a $1,350 destination fee.