Aspiring Porsche fans around the world often look at the fastest models as the benchmark for performance. Coupé models usually showcase the full range, from the entry level 911 Carrera all the way up to the 911 GT2RS, while the cabriolet models add the panache and adventure of the wind in your hair experience, with a distinct disregard for the possibility of rain, something enjoyed by more seasoned Porsche owners. If you’re thinking like a Porsche engineer, is there room for something between? There is, and since 1965 it’s been called the Porsche 911 Targa. Today’s 2020 versions are making their debut in all-wheel drive form as the new Porsche 911 Targa 4 and 911 Targa 4S models, keeping the tradition of innovative extravagance and elegance alive.
- Written by Narend Sooknarine
- Category: Auto News