The cheapest 991 (the outgoing generation) you can buy in good condition is about $60,000, and that's only because the 911 has been so consistent over the years. You can never go wrong with it.
That being said, the things they did to the back end are slightly more dramatic than the refresh of the Cayman and Boxster, the so-called 918. You've got a wrap-around taillight unit, new badging that feels like it's been carved out and a cool deck. Also, the exhaust system for the Carrera 4S feels like it's inspired by the Audi R8.
The front end feels slightly more geometric, a bit reminiscent of the RUF resto-mods because of the way the hood and fenders separate from the line of the A-pillar. It's certainly classy and timeless, just like the new interior, which features just enough modern technology.
Unfortunately, due to all the systems that have been added to make the 911 a better daily driver, it's also gotten about 55 kg heavier than before, so pack light. The 3-liter twin-turbo flat-6 will carry over, but with more power. A basic Carrera now gets 385 HP while the Carrera 4S boasts 450 HP. There's even a new 8-speed PDK. With faster-than-ever sprints and lap times, it makes you wonder why anybody would ever need the Turbo.