The Porsche lineup has been readily easy to figure out for many years now. With every new generation there is the base car and an S model. Then comes the open top models followed closely by AWD variants, and finally racing editions and Turbo models.
True to its nature, after the introduction of the all-new 911 earlier this year, Porsche has revealed the new 4 and 4S AWD variants of the car. The easiest way to spot the new car is by the wider rear haunches, and a new lighted crossbar that connects the taillamps.
Each car comes standard with Porsche’s amazing seven-speed manual but the seven-speed PDK is an option. The base 4 will sprint to 60 in about 4.5-seconds with the 4S completing the sprint in a sprightlier 4.3 seconds. Look for them to hit showrooms next year with a base price of $91k for the Carrera 4 and a much higher $117k+ for the 4S.
Check out the high-res gallery below to see the new car in all its glory.
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