Porsche 911 Cabriolet Review 2023 | Top Gear
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Friday 29th September
We can't quite believe we're saying this, but the 911 Cabrio might just be better than the Coupe

Good stuff

No-compromise all-rounder, excellent roof, coupe-like drive

Bad stuff

Residual '911 Cabriolet' connotations, turbo'd engines less involving


What is it?

Sniffier car enthusiasts look on scornfully at any sort of rag-top Porsche 911, but we know Top Gear readers are a much more enlightened bunch. Even with the new turbo engines, the coupe is one of the world’s best sports cars, so how can its open top cousin be anything other than brilliant too? Sure, there are certain white sock connotations with 911 Cabriolets but if you’re a sunworshiper who loves driving, best get over them. This, see, retains all the core strengths of the coupe but adds a new charm of its own too.

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Our choice from the range

What's the verdict?

The soft-top 911 is just as brilliant as the coupe, just a pity about those new turbocharged engines.

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