The 2020 Porsche 911 Wet Mode is supercar-clever: Here’s how it works

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Not for nothing did the Porsche 911 earn a reputation for being frisky on wet roads, and though all-wheel drive has helped there, the automaker has something even cleverer for the 2020 911. Porsche Wet Mode is a brand new technology on the eight-generation 911, an assistance system which helps with wet road traction without sacrificing power in the process.

Instead, it uses tweaks to the Porsche Stability Management (PSM) and Porsche Traction Management (PTM) systems, preconditioning them both. That means they’ll be ready should the 911 lose grip on a wet surface, and step in earlier – and more sensitively, Porsche says – than ordinarily.

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