At Porsche West Broward, we can’t get enough of the iconic features this luxury car maker is known for; the combination of power, style, and finesse is second to none. Here’s a look at what makes the 2019 Cayenne and 2020 911, two of the most noteworthy vehicle lineups of the year.

The 2019 Porsche Cayenne

Porsche’s SUV has always been at the head of the pack for luxury SUVs, and the third-generation Cayenne moves Porsche ahead even further. At first glance, the shape looks the same, the subtly rounded front fenders and bulging hood are still there. The difference lies underneath: the 2019 Cayenne is constructed with more aluminum, creating a slightly lighter SUV.

With an eye for detail, the German car manufacturer even designed the Porsche name with 3-D letters across the back of the vehicle. Inside, drivers will appreciate the plush, spacious interior and the infotainment system with the 12.3-inch screen.

For a vehicle weighing 4,500 pounds, it’s startling how smooth the ride is. The new Porsche Cayenne comes with a 335-hp 3-liter V6 turbo engine and 332 pound-feet of torque, which is an improvement of 40-hp over the last iteration of the base model. For even more power, drivers can choose the S trim level with 440-hp and 406 pound-feet of torque or the Turbo, which comes with a remarkable 550-hp engine and 567 pound-feet of torque for an effortless SUV driving experience.

With features like the new tungsten-coated iron brake rotors and electronically assisted power steering, the 2019 Porsche Cayenne is all-around one of the most satisfyingly smooth SUVs available today.

The 2020 Porsche 911

The new 992 generation is the eighth for the 911. Expect the well-loved aerodynamic design and sporty style for the 2020 version, as well as LED front lights and striking full-width taillights. Also, there are new vertical center brake lights, and the overall body is 0.8 inches longer. The 992 also has flush door handles that extend when you touch them.

There are a few noteworthy changes to the interior like the new shift lever for the PDK automatic transmission. Sitting in the 2020 Porsche 911, the luxury feel is spellbinding with leather upholstery, the rev-count analog tachometer front and center, four-way power front seats, and a crisp 11-inch LCD touchscreen.

It’s hard not to be enthralled when Porsche elevates its game. Stop by Porsche West Broward to learn more about the new and upcoming Porsche models.