Technically, the 911 was a four-seater, although the two back seats were extremely small. This led to its designation as a 2+2 rather than a four-seater. Although the original 911 ceased production in 1989, newer 911 variants are still available today.
It’s been over 50 years since that first Porsche 911 made its debut and the car has garnered awards an accolades from both professional drivers and enthusiasts alike. Other Porsche models have come and gone, but the 911 continues to hold a place near and dear to the hears of drivers across the globe.