35: Porsche 911
The upcoming Porsche 911 is a car that intends to build on an already stellar reputation. Nevertheless, there is a lot left to be desired. For starters, the 911 is still built on a dated design, which has not seen much improvement over the decade. Porsche has stuck to the same formula when it comes to this car so naturally, the 911 seems a bit long in the tooth. Porsche has stuck to a traditional frame of mind when it comes to the 911. The car undoubtedly is aged though. Cars are becoming more modern with every product cycle and the Porsche 911 is not immune to this. With 379 to 640 hp, the Porsche 911 packs a punch, but it’s nothing different from the previous generation of the car. Horsepower has increased but the overall car has remained mostly the same.
You’d think that Porsche would give the car a full upgrade after all these decades in service. 911 variants are quite limited when compared to other aspects of the Porsche lineup. You can’t get a lot of options with this car. Whereas other sports cars offer a plethora of different choices to pick from. Likewise, the Porsche 911 continues to defy the laws of car design with a look that seems like it came out of the ’90s. The Porsche nameplate does carry a lot of prestige, but clout is not always a good thing. Performance cars are a dime a dozen, and Porsche isn’t bringing anything unique to the table. If you are in the market for an expensive sports car the 911 is one that is worth avoiding.