Then there's the fact that the 911 is a 2+2, whereas the competition usually comes in two-seater form. And those rear seats aren't just for kids. They can accommodate less-than-tall adults on city trips, too or serve as a massive shelf for your backpack or another kind of gear you don't want to place in the frunk.
Oh, and let's not forget the fact that, as long as you have the money (things now starts at about $100,000), there's a 911 for everybody - the Neunelfer lineup holds over twenty derivatives, with Porsche being a master of versions and editions.
However, there's one 911 version the automaker won't build too soon, despite such a model being present in Porsche's range. We're talking about the 911 shooting brake.
Sure, the automaker does offer the Panamera in Sport Turismo form (that's their way of saying S/B), but it just wouldn't make sense to deliver such a 911.
For one thing, the rear-engined layout of the German toy means the extra space delivered by the proposed body style couldn't be used for passenger accommodation. So all you could do with such a car involves extra luggage hauling.
Then again, this won't stop the Internet from dreaming about a Porsche 911 Sport Turismo, which is why we've brought along a rendering of the 2020 model in this guise.
Delivered by Instagram label j.b. cars, this pixel play borrows styling cues from the Panamera Sport Turismo and, in our book, the result is eye-catching.
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