Articles about Porsche 911

Two bubble-backed 911 specials with shared DNA but different attitudes
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
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 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
The asking price: £211,599, or around P14.4 million before taxes
After months of concepts and teasers, the Porsche 911 Speedster is finally here. And it costs £211,599 (around P14.4 million). A whole £100,000 (around P6.78 million) more than the 911 GT3 upon which it's based.And the
California-based firm Vonnen has beaten Porsche to an electrified 911
If Ferry Porsche's quote of "the last car built on earth will surely be a sports car," then the rear-engined icon is going to have to evolve just like everything else on the road. Porsche itself is readying a hybrid
Only 1,948 roofless GT3s will be built
The 991 generation Porsche 911's last hurrah, the Speedster, has finally been revealed in production-ready form. And in news that should surprise precisely no one, it looks exactly like the 'concept', save for the substitution of those superb retro door
“There’s no getting away from the fact that it’s spectacularly well-engineered”
The new 992-generation Porsche 911, with a folding fabric roof that retracts in 12sec. It is, to be honest, a pretty known quantity in the car world. Porsche builds eleventy thousand versions of each 911-roofless ones, lighter ones, faster ones.
Plus a ‘flame-retardant’ interior
As the '991' family of the Porsche 911 draws its last breath, the tuners are pulling out all the stops. Every last one of them. The 'old' 911 is not going to die quietly.Porsche specialists TechArt has applied its very own
“For a borderline supercar, practicality is the 911’s key trick”
What is it?The Porsche 911 has shown an amazing resilience to the fashions of more than five passing decades. Its look, its dynamics, and its very purpose have been steadfast and yet adaptive. Now it's time for the next step,
Called the GTR 8XX EVO-R Biturbo, it tops out at 370kph
For as long as there are 911s, Gemballa, RUF, and so on will be there to tune them. No doubt they're itching to get their hands on the new 992, but in the meantime, they've had to satiate themselves with
“To drive, it just feels like logical evolution of the 991”
Yep, you're correct-it doesn't look much different from the last one. Which itself was quite clearly related to the one before it, and now you come to mention it, wasn't dissimilar to the one before that.There were
Positive spin: It turns out a lot of SUVs are funding the next GT3
Porsche has been making an SUV for almost two decades now. The German carmaker's lineup currently has two SUVs, as well as a sedan and a wagon (well, a pair of posh hatchbacks that pretend to be a sedan and a
Droptop 992 launches with two initial variants
Just as night follows day-and the January slog follows Christmas-the Porsche 911 Cabriolet has arrived rather swiftly after the coupe.This is the all-new, 992-generation droptop, and it doesn't look in the least bit surprising. Indeed, if
Just look at it
Describing sound in all its mellifluous detail with a keyboard is, by its very nature, a fool's errand. Oh, car journalists will try. We'll crack open our well-worn box of buzzwords-zing, burble, gargle, wail... occasionally a buttery thunder-
That’s enough torque to rival the McLaren Senna
After the new Porsche 911 ride came the school day. And buried in many PowerPoint slides of graphs, tables, and charts showing how the new 992 generation is better than the old 991, there was a clue to the 911's hybrid
Plus 8 other things we learned about the new 911
Famous last words. And yet, the new 992's Wet Mode might just mitigate one or two of those "watch this" moments. Acoustic sensors (basically robot ears) live in the front wheel arch and listen for spray ricocheting around the wheelhouse. When
Which do you think has the best chance against the all-new 911?
You'll have digested the specs and photos of the new Porsche '992-gen' 911 here. Done that? Good. Now we can get into the nitty-gritty of what it'll go up against when it lands in 2019.See, the old
Time to see how well you can ruin—we mean, spec—your dream ride
There are only two versions of the all-new Porsche 911 just now. You can choose between a rear-wheel-drive Carrera S and a four-wheel-drive Carrera 4S, and that's it. No 'non-S' slower version, no Cabriolet, no
A track-only turbo race car based on the outgoing 991 generation
Dammit, Porsche. On the same day you reveal the new Porsche 911-in simple Carrera S and Carrera 4S flavor, meaning the 911 range actually makes sense-you go and release another new 911. That's actually the old 991-gen 911.
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