2013 Porsche 911 Cabriolet

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This turns out exactly like expected.

Which, I think, is a good thing. The classic shape remains.
This is exactly how a 911 Cabriolet should look like.

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  1. I agree. Porsche has a good understanding of who they are. Unfortunately they're tied to VW, who doesn't.

  2. The 911's (& related) have always had a dash that was both ergonamically correct and simutaniously asthetically proper. Why can't 2-doors from BMW (6) and Merceded (E) be this great? Those 2 always have an ugly "dead" panel on the passenger side. If PORSCHE can make interiors as nice as this 911 and the Panamera; then other "sport"-lux brands should be able to improve to that level!

  3. aging gracefully… has any other shape ever evolve so beautifully?

    personal favorite shape was the outlandish / trendy whale-tails of the 1980's (probably because it speaks volumes to the consevativeness of this model); best driver's car the C2/C4's of the 90's (actually took driver effort); best performer, as always, which ever one is current (hence why this car remains significant)

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