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2021 Porsche 911 Targa debut has us flipping our lids, too

When is a convertible not a convertible? When it’s a 911 Targa, duh.


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Porsche loves the slow burn. Even though the 992-generation 911 has been out and about for some time, the automaker didn’t immediately introduce every single possible variant that will exist for the remainder of the generation’s life. Instead, it’s trickled out new models here and there, and today, it’s time for the Targa to take the spotlight.

On Sunday, Porsche unveiled the 992-generation 911 Targa. The car’s electronically operated roof panel can retract or deploy in about 19 seconds using a button in the cabin.

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Porsche reinvents watching the mailbox with its Track Your Dreams app for 911 buyers

Porsche is pioneering a high-tech excuse to stop annoying your dealer while you wait for a brand-new 911.


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Ordering any new car from a dealer is pretty cool. It doesn’t matter what the vehicle is, just knowing it’s to your exact specifications is a good feeling. What isn’t a good feeling is the wait for it to be built and shipped, since that process can still be pretty arcane and has you relying on your dealer’s communication.

Porsche¬†thinks it’s sorted out a way to improve that process for its customers who choose to order a 911. It’s called

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2020 Porsche Cayenne S Coupe review: Fashion over function

Coupe, huh?


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What differentiates a crossover from a crossover-coupe (or “coupeover,” in Roadshow parlance)? If you’re the Porsche Cayenne, not much. The two variants of the German automaker’s larger SUV share everything from engines to suspension components to interior trimmings and onboard tech, with only a sloping roofline setting them apart.

Like

  • Strong twin-turbo V6 performance
  • One of the best-handling luxury SUVs around
  • Coupe style causes few sacrifices
  • Infotainment tech game is strong

Don’t Like

  • Added cost doesn’t seem worth it
  • Most driver-assistance aids are optional

That’s not necessarily a bad thing, though; the 2020 Porsche Cayenne is

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2021 Porsche 911 Targa lets the good light in

When is a convertible not a convertible? When it’s a 911 Targa, duh.


Porsche

Porsche loves the slow burn. Even though the 992-generation 911 has been out and about for some time, the automaker didn’t immediately introduce every single possible variant that will exist for the remainder of the generation’s life. Instead, it’s trickled out new models here and there, and today, it’s time for the Targa to take the spotlight.

Porsche on Sunday unveiled the 992-generation 911 Targa. The electronically-operated roof can retract or deploy in about 19 seconds using a button in the cabin. Like Targas of yore,

Read More