The re-engineered Porsche 911 gets modest styling changes inside and out, and comes with a standard turbocharged engine for the first time as Porsche says goodbye to the naturally aspirated engines for which the 911 is known.
Powertrains: The base 3.0-liter, twin-turbo flat six-cylinder engine in the 911 Carrera produces 370 hp, an increase of 20 hp. The Carrera S engine produces 420 hp, also up 20 hp. The turbochargers provide more low-end torque. A manual transmission remains standard, though the vast majority of buyers are expected to choose Porsche's optional seven-speed PDK automatic.
Technology: Porsche says it is closing the gap on customer connectivity expectations. Apple CarPlay is new, as is a touch screen that recognizes gestures such as pinching, similar to a smartphone.
Safety: An optional lane-change assist feature is new. Automatic post-collision braking is standard. Stability control comes with a new sport mode that allows for more aggressive driving -- including larger yaw movements and more wheelspin -- without having to deactivate the system.