Hot on the heels of the 2020 911 coupe, Porsche has released the folding-top version with performance figures that nearly rival the current Turbo S Cabriolet. Chassis and engine specs carry over from the hardtop unchanged, meaning a 443 horsepower flat-six is in the back, with Porsche Active Stability Management available as an option. The Carrera S sprints from 0-60 in 3.5 seconds with the Sport Chrono package and the all-wheel-drive 4S makes it in 3.4 seconds — that's a massive six-tenths faster than the previous models. A new hydraulically-actuated canvas top goes up or down in 12 seconds at speeds of up to 31 MPH with a wind deflector and neck warmers standard. Porsche didn't specify weight increases over the coupe, but with performance figures like these, the Cabriolet can't have gained much. Dealers are taking orders now, but don't expect the car to arrive for about seven more months.