Articles about Porsche 911

“It was not our intention to create a 100% faithful replica”
Here's German racers-turned-restomodders dp Motorsport's latest project: a 1985 Carrera 3.2 designed to look like the 911 S/T racers of 1970/71.Properly cool isn't it? The original S/T was produced in super small
Take a 330kph+ trip down memory lane to see why Ruf earns a special place in our hearts
Saying you love Ruf is like saying you love sunsets, or ice cream, or swimming on a warm summer day. It's just one of those things that seems impossible to hate.But why are we such ardent admirers? Is it the
Lots of good news here
The new 911 Turbo wants to be sportier than before. A tall ask, you might think, but recent Turbos have lent more toward being grand tourers with outrageous acceleration, particularly alongside cheaper 911 GT3s. This one wants to come with a bit
“It’s the last car that we’ll fully electrify”
Porsche has shown off its new 911 Turbo S in the week of the canceled Geneva International Motor Show. Unlike other Turbo S models, it's not a hybrid. And Porsche's big cheeses have been pretty bullish that an electrified 911
How does 0-100kph in 2.7 seconds sound like to you?
The Geneva International Motor Show must go on, and so-undeterred by the show halls bolting shut thanks to COVID-19-Porsche has shown the new 911 Turbo S via an online reveal.A bit of distance from it is perhaps wise,
‘Direct printing’ tech lets Porsche take personalization to a whole new level
For years, people have said you should buy a new car in gray, black, or silver if you have any interest whatsoever in selling it on for a halfway decent sum of money. Oh, and you should probably also refrain from having
It is over-engineered in signature Porsche style
The image below-if you squint-shows what the new Porsche 911 GT3 will probably look like. In more prosaic terms, it's the new Aerokit optional on all coupe versions of the 992-generation Porsche 911.It's not some quick
The car will be on display at this year’s New York Fashion Week
Breaking news: A car manufacturer has undertaken a project in collaboration with a fashion designer, and the result doesn't make us want to be sick in our hands.Far from it, too-because this fully-restored 964-generation Porsche 911 Carrera
Music to our ears
In a world of increasing complication, Porsche's boss has promised Top Gear that his firm will keep building straightforward drivers' cars as long as people want them."We will continue with our puristic sports cars-GT3, GT3 RS, GT2 RS, and
A fitting tribute
Jacky Ickx is a six-time Le Mans winner, with four of those victories coming in Porsche colors between 1976 and 1982. That means the folks at Weissach are rather fond of him and motorsport-loving Belgians are equally as proud of
Take your pick
So far we know the square root of bugger-all about the new Mk8 GTI, other than the fact it's definitely happening. We can't see VW straying too far from the tried-and tested formula, though, so expect front-wheel
The end of an era for the German brand
Nothing spells 'iconic Porsche sports car' more than the 911 does. But of all the different iterations of this famous German nameplate, none has seen more success-at least as far as production volume goes-than the previous-generation 991.The 991
“The most capable, versatile, dual-sport air-cooled 911 on the planet”
Something quite wonderful. An early Christmas present, you might say. It is a 964-generation Porsche 911, converted by Russell Built Fabrication (RBF) to perform herculean feats of off-roadery.The company says it is "the most capable, versatile, dual-sport air-
For those who enjoy shifting their own gears
Alarmingly, there are already eight versions of the new 992-generation Porsche 911. Eight! There's the rear-wheel-drive Carrera, the four-wheel drive one, then the faster 'S' version of both of those...and that's just the hardtops. Porsche
How much would any of these sell for?
Keen readers of TopGear.com might recognize this car. The Zonda Aether is such a special one-off that we decided it warranted a whole article to itself.Click these blue words to read all about it, or even to just sit
That’s a classic Coca-Cola livery right there
Regular readers of Top Gear will know that we're huge fans of retro racecar liveries. They just don't paint 'em like they used to.Or maybe they do. We could barely contain ourselves when we saw what Porsche had done
Meet the latest iteration of the 911 Carrera 4
Is the new Porsche 911, with its massive tires, mountain of torque, peerless automatic gearbox, and many driving assistants, still too tricky for you?Then step this way, into the new Porsche 911 Carrera 4. The entry-level, less-powerful 911, now
It's almost unfair on the rivals
Well, it is and it isn't. It's the new £83,000 (around P5.26 million) 992-gen Carrera, the car which will forever be called the 'non-S' instead.So, it's still a 911. It's still got a
Plus an additional 122hp, bringing up peak figures to 582hp and 650Nm
As you well know, Litchfield Motors sits atop the GT-R tuning totem pole with projects like the 1,100hp street-legal, carbon-bodied Godzilla shooting for a sub-7min Nordschleife lap. But over recent years, it's been diversifying, developing packages
For real drivers only
The 911 GT3 arrived in 1999. One of the first production cars to lap the 'Ring in under eight minutes (says Porsche), it got a 3.6-liter N/A six-cylinder engine that made just 360hp. By today's standards, not
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