Which 2020 Porsche model is the fastest?
Sports car enthusiasts usually have one primary thing they look for in their sports car: performance. Sure, a true luxury sports car should have exquisite interior comfort and convenience – and Porsche certainly does – but the true test of a supercar is one that performs at a top-notch level. Porsche has plenty of those, but one reigns supreme. Check out our blog to see which 2020 Porsche model is the fastest of the bunch!
The fastest Porsche currently in production is the Porsche 911 GT RS. With a top track speed of 211 mph, it currently edges out any other model in production. It’s rare to see a production vehicle that can achieve over 200 mph, but the 911 GT RS does so with the help of a 3.8L twin-turbo boxer 6 engine that gets an incredible 690 horsepower. With a 0 to 60 mph time in 2.7 seconds, this is certainly the Porsche you want if you’re looking for elite performance and a true sports car.
While the 911 GT RS is the fastest Porsche currently in production, it’s not the fastest of all time. That title would belong to the Porsche 918 Spyder. Only in production for less than three years, this mid-engine plug-in hybrid was powered by a 4.6L V8 engine for a combined 875 horsepower and 944 lb-ft of torque. With numbers like that, it should come as no surprise that it achieved a top speed of 218.4 mph. Perhaps even more impressive was its 0 to 60 time, which Car and Driver independently tested and reported a time of just 2.2 seconds.
If you’re looking for a high-performance sports car, Porsche is always the best way to go. If you’re interested in seeing what we have to offer here at Porsche of Delaware, be sure to schedule a test drive on our website and check them out for yourself!