Porsche has long been known for its design and engineering prowess, and this year it was the top-selling model in the United States for the second straight year.
And while the company hasn’t been shy about releasing a handful of supercars for fans to buy, this one was particularly impressive, with a 1,990-pound (814-kilogram) displacement Porsche 911.
It was also the heaviest production model ever made.
A 911 Turbo, on the other hand, weighs in at a mere 1,078 pounds (1,621 kg), with a displacement of 1,770 pounds (918 kg) and a top speed of 155 mph (240 km/h).
To make matters worse, it’s powered by a new 911 Turbo S. The 911 Turbo is a direct competitor to the 911 Turbo and a significant step up from its predecessor, the 964.
The new car was produced between 2000 and 2008, with the last of the 911s arriving in the first half of 2019.
To learn more about the new Porsche, we talked to Porsche’s Chief Design Officer, Christoph Heinemann.
Check out the video below to hear the full story behind the Porsche 911’s appearance.