Articles about Porsche

Supra vs. Porsche Cayman, BMW M2 Competition, and Alpine A110. Bring it on
As racetracks go, windswept, patchy Llandow is not one of the world's greats. But it is somewhere we can cut loose. As driving roads go, Llandudno's jogger-heavy Marine Drive is not one of the world's greats. But it
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
“The way that the slicks and the aero conspire is literally”
This is the new Porsche 935, a 'single-seater, near-standard, non-homologated racing car' according to Porsche. But more prosaically, it's a 911 GT2 RS-based, 77-car track toy that pays homage to the monster 911 endurance racer from
Porsche gets a lot of things right here
Quite the opposite, I suspect. They got it a bit too right. The first one, launched back in 2015, was such a hit that it made the business case for this one a foregone conclusion. I suspect it'll now be a
It’ll begin its racing duties at the World Endurance Championship in September
More than 20 class wins across the globe, and still Porsche tells us its "engineers noticed room for improvement in a number of areas." So, welcome to the new Porsche 911 RSR, the company's mid-engined GT racer.It's an
We have no words
Do you get gooey over modern-day homages to old racing cars? Do you enjoy dressing up in a weaponized suit and beating criminals to a pulp with your bare hands? Would you like something that combines both of these endeavors?Behold.
Two bubble-backed 911 specials with shared DNA but different attitudes
A pair of open Porsche 911s wouldn't ordinarily be the enthusiast's choice. But these are no ordinary open 911s. These are 911 Speedsters, and that makes them a purer, more athletic breed than your average Stuttgart tanning bed.Below, on
“You would rather dance with the car than drive it”
This is the new Porsche Cayman GT4. Of course, it's now got '718' in its name, because when Porsche facelifted its mid-engined two-seater and dropped in a controversial four-cylinder turbo engine, it added the '718' bit to pay
That’s more like it
Ever since the Boxster and the Cayman traded their flat-sixes for four-pots, roughly everyone with functioning ears has clamored for a return to the proper cylinder count. Here in TG Towers, we've been particularly clamorous, even using phrases like "
Did Toyota build a better sports car?
Something unusual happened on the launch of the Toyota Supra in Spain a few weeks back. Tetsuya Tada, the Supra's chief engineer, openly expressed his admiration for Porsche. This doesn't happen. Representatives from one company scrupulously avoid talking about another'
It comes with a five-speed manual gearbox
We met Emory Motorsports a few months ago, and immediately fell slightly in love with the idea of restomod Porsches that aren't 911s.With its new 356 RSR, we're head over heels. It's a much more serious piece of
It’s a ‘very complete machine’
This is the grandchild of the original Cayenne, which famously transformed Porsche's fortunes when it elbowed into showrooms in 2002.It's taken some people many of the years since to get used to the idea of a Porsche SUV, but
A prototype built in 2015 that never made it to production
Car companies are always building stuff we never see. Concepts don't get signed off, and experimental engineering prototypes get sent to the crusher or are lost forever in dusty warehouses, never to be seen again. So it's a wondrous, joyous
Than by its stablemate, the LaFerrari
Six years. That's how long it took for Ferrari to equal, and even beat, the mighty LaFerrari's numbers.The new SF90 Stradale has equal total horsepower to the LaFerrari (986hp), but because it uses turbochargers and has more e-motors
Is this the Porsche you've been waiting for?
A totally pointless addition to the automotive landscape. Or the Porsche you've been waiting years for. Which way you swing-and we hardly suspect you dwell in the middle-will depend on how you view the modern phenomenon of the SUV
These retro liveries celebrate Porsche’s motorsports legacy
We have good news if you're one of the lucky 77 people who have their name down for the new, second-generation 935. Porsche has just announced that you can slather the £750k (Around P50.4 million) track-only uber 911
The 991’s last hurrah
Very well spotted. The new 992-generation Porsche 911 may currently be melting our expectations of how well-rounded a sports car can be, but the outgoing 991-gen hasn't quite retired yet. This 911 Speedster is its spectacular send-off-
Completed in 1939, this Type 64 will sell for millions
This, people of the Internet, is genesis. What's considered by many to be the very first and 'most historically significant' Porsche-the third of three and sole surviving Type 64. It's going up for auction in August in Monterey, where
The ‘John Wick’ star loves driving
Picture the scene. It's late. A crime lord is on the phone to his trusted mechanic. "I heard you struck my son," the crime lord says."Yes, sir, I did," comes the reply."And may I ask why?" the crime lord
The engineers found a way
Porsche launched the 911 Speedster this week, effectively a swan song for the old-gen 911 and with the 991.2 GT3's howling 4.0-liter flat-six sitting pride of place in its rump.It's a stupendous engine, revving
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