A new base Taycan, refreshed Panamera with new, more powerful engines, new six-cylinder non-turbo 718 models and a top-of-the-line 911 Turbo S are some of the changes to the Porsche lineup for the 2021 model year.
Sixes are back! And the 718 has them. A new top powertrain on the Cayenne and a new, *cough* coupe body version. Of course a brand new Porsche 911, which is making shifty types nervous as only automatics are being offered right now. And the first all-electric Porsche, a four-door, challenges Tesla with up to 750 horsepower.
More horsepower! Aw! Did I give it away? Anyway, both of Porsche's sport utilities are refreshed and new models squeek into the lineup for the 911, Cayman, Boxste and Panamera. All of the changes for the 2019 Porsche models are a click away!
These are all of the changes for the 2018 model year Porsche cars and sport utilities. 911, Boxster, Cayenne, Cayman, Macan, and Panamera. New Sport Turismo for Panamera, new 911 variants including killer GT3 and race car GT2 RS.