This is the 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet.

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It's the drop-top version of the latest flavor of 911, the 992, which made its debut ahead of the LA Auto Show last year.

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The new 911 has had a mild but comprehensive visual refresh, which the new Cabriolet mostly inherits. 

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It's this part that will be the most controversial, the new Cab looking just a bit hunchbacked. 

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But, I think it works quite well, either with the top down...

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... or with the top up!

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The interior is all-new, and vastly simplified from before. 

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It works quite well, but I can't quite get into that new, little shifter thing.

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Still, it's a very nice place to be -- so long as you aren't stuck in the rear seats. 

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The new Cab is yet another iteration of a comprehensive polishing of the 911, and a killer car to drive. 

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