For years, the iconic 911 has been the symbol of what makes a Porsche. While sporty models such as the Boxster roadster and Cayman two-door coupe brought the Porsche mystique to those with slightly smaller budgets, the product line has been expanded to include two SUVs and a luxury four-door. And yet, for the most part, the Porsche DNA is still baked into every model with confident high-performance handling, a controlled ride, superb braking performance, a thrilling exhaust note, and beautifully crafted interiors. Fuel-efficient hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions are available, as well. An all-electric sedan named Taycan is on the horizon.
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