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See Every Angle of the 2020 Porsche 911 Cabriolet

Car and Driver Logo By Michael Simari of Car and Driver | Slide 1 of 48: For a car that's designed to expose its passengers to the elements, the 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera S cabriolet sure swallows you deep inside its cabin. No one will hook an elbow over the door of this high-waisted droptop. Look at the photos. A tall driver's head pokes over the beltline as if he's a Lego figure at the wheel of a Playmobil Porsche. In combination with the $3470 18-way power-adjustable sport seats that envelop like bathwater, the tall body sides create the sensation that you're driving a soaking tub. Don't get us wrong. Between the billet-like solidity of the chassis and the sheer magnitude of its capabilities, there is a lot to like here. On a mountain road, the 911 is a cast-iron bathtub hurled down a bobsled run. We'd pay to ride in that.

For a car that's designed to expose its passengers to the elements, the 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera S cabriolet sure swallows you deep inside its cabin. No one will hook an elbow over the door of this high-waisted droptop. Look at the photos. A tall driver's head pokes over the beltline as if he's a Lego figure at the wheel of a Playmobil Porsche. In combination with the $3470 18-way power-adjustable sport seats that envelop like bathwater, the tall body sides create the sensation that you're driving a soaking tub. Don't get us wrong. Between the billet-like solidity of the chassis and the sheer magnitude of its capabilities, there is a lot to like here. On a mountain road, the 911 is a cast-iron bathtub hurled down a bobsled run. We'd pay to ride in that.

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