The first 911 Targa was introduced in 1965 and has been a fixture of Porsche's rear-engined sports car ever since. Distinctively clad in stainless steel, the Targa drew its name from the Targa Florio race and design from US safety regulations that it was feared a true convertible would never meet. Now, the wrap is off the all-new 2020 911 Targa 4 and Targa 4S models, each with a fully-automatic top, wrap-around rear window, and extreme performance. Both models feature all-wheel-drive and three-liter, twin-turbocharged flat-sixes, with the Targa 4 making 380 horsepower and the 4S 443. 0-60 times are 4.2 seconds for the Targa 4 and 3.6 for the 4S, putting the latter firmly in supercar territory. Porsche's world-class eight-speed dual-clutch PDK transmission is standard on both models, with the 4S getting something of big interest to the purists — a new seven-speed manual gearbox.