The new Porsche 911 Carrera is the perfect car

The new Porsche 911 Carrera is the car Longer, lower, wider, faster, more fuel efficient, and-amazingly-a little lighter, according to the company, the new Porsche 911 Carrera is a better car in every respect. Which means it's less like a Porsche 911 than before, because quite frankly, a lot of what makes the iconic model has its eccentricities.

Until the late 1990's, 911 master a lion tamer's job. The 996 and 997 generations greatly improved drivability, and the lion has been completely tamed by redesigning 2012. Anyone who took a deep breath and have the dough (China quickly fill with a candidate) can safely cuddle with the cat is bad. Withdrawn wheelbase, wider track front and split rear-biased weight that is claimed to be closer to equity-all of which promote stability on the road and reduce midcorner a jumping-out-laundering and the steering angle that makes the older 911s, so, uh, thrilling. Devices and electronic suspension, traction control system is more capable, making steering response even snappier and more eager for the car goes where you point it.

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