Articles about Porsche 911

It’s pricey and a bit impractical, but we like it
It's hard not to love all things Porsche 911-timepieces built using recycled parts, special streetwear collections, simple smartphone wallpapers, and now this: A limited-edition model of Porsche Design's 911-inspired soundbar.This, ladies and gents, is the new
How times have changed
Ah, the OG. Devoid of any of the modern-day gizmos found in the 911 Turbos of today, it was raw, simplistic, and undeniably beautiful. The five-dial dash behind the steering wheel has remained in every model since, albeit in slight
How you doin’?
Those who grew up in the '90s can probably still relate to the characters of Friends even today. While some of the references and humor are dated, struggling to navigate young adulthood with your best friends happens to all of us. Personally,
Still the choice of retro-minded sun seekers
The soft-top 911 with a retro flavor is back. Welcome to the new Porsche 911 Targa, shown here in both 4 and 4S versions. Yes, you're right-they do look like the old ones!This is a car of few
Created by artist Jaykee Evangelista
My iPhone says I pick it up an average of 172 times a day. But that pales in comparison to the 392 notifications I receive daily. My point is, we look at this slab of glass, metal, and silicon a lot, more
Every big company has a turning point
The Volkswagen Golf's story starts with the Volkswagen Beetle, one of the most successful and iconic cars ever built. During its heyday in the '40s to the '60s, the company unsurprisingly produced several variants. However, it was facing a major dilemma:
It also has a 4.0-liter flat-six and AWD, in case you want to talk performance
Singer Vehicle Design has been restoring and modifying classic Porsche 911s-964-generation models, to be exact-for more than a decade now. It has produced quite the number of astonishing setups over the years, one of which Top Gear recognized as
It rarely makes a mistake
Porsche is quite an irritating company if: a) you write reviews of cars on the Internet; or, b) you comment on reviews of cars on the Internet. See, Porsche is a company that rarely makes a misstep. Its cars are consistently fantastic
We are grateful
With its steel spaceframe racing chassis and FRP body panels, the M1 was a Giugiaro-designed 277hp supercar, built so BMW could race in Group 4. It was the first-ever M-badged BMW. We have much to thank it for.Just
It’s done using an ECU tweak
Want a faster 992-gen Porsche 911 (you lunatic), but can't quite scrape together enough cash for a Turbo S? Techart's 'Powerkit' ECU tweak could be the answer.The German tuner's software sounds clever-you only get the extra
Solid choices
Porsche's Exclusive Manufaktur department is forever finding new and incredibly tempting ways of parting their customers from their cash. Such as the '930 Leather Package,' which trims your 911's cabin in a vaguely '80s style in homage to the 930-
It delights the senses
Yep, it's the cabriolet version of the new, road-crushing 911 Turbo S. And, as is the tradition with these things, it's a little bit heavier-69.8kg, to be precise-than the coupe thanks to the additional bracing and
Specifically built to replace Porsche’s old 1-DIN and 2-DIN car stereos
A bone-stock, mint-condition classic car is definitely a thing of beauty. But in this day and age where infotainment systems offer a wide array of useful features, it's understandable for any classic car owner to make even just a
Highlighting the collection are some sneakers, of course
Puma and Porsche's collaboration has yet again produced a new set of merch that surely looks enticing for both gearheads and sneakerheads alike. Introducing the Porsche Legacy collection.The said collection contains apparel and footwear inspired by the Porsche 911 Turbo.
But there's still room for improvement
Taken objectively, the last Porsche 911 Turbo was all the sports car you'd ever need. Its jet speed and surefooted handling combined with all the boring-but-true facts about being reliable and easy to live to make it nigh on
Proceeds will go to the COVID-19 community response fund of United Way Worldwide
Porsche entered a new decade by ending an era, as it rolled out the final 991-series Porsche 911 from its factory in December. Back then, we already said the 991 went out with a bang-little did we know that the
Up to 30kg can be removed
The new Porsche 911 Turbo S made its debut virtual debut after the Geneva International Motor Show's cancellation earlier this month. The performance claims are predictably loopy, with 641hp, a 330kph top speed, and a 0-100kph time of 2.7sec.
“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
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