Articles about Porsche

It comes with an official 112-page collector’s book from the Porsche Museum
What a surprise it was
Ten years. Has it really been that long since Porsche took us all by surprise at the 80th edition of the Geneva Motor Show? We're getting old.Perhaps it's time, then, to look back at the stunning piece of design
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.
Porsche lights the way
Well, nothing and everything. This is the Taycan, Porsche's first fully-electric car, and as such, the first proper production EV from a legacy manufacturer that puts performance first. This could revolutionize the way many markets regard e-mobility.Not overnight,
“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
Few things are more annoying in an otherwise very good performance car than an unsupportive driver's seat. Enter Porsche, a company that already makes very good seats, and its announcement that as of mid-2021 that its Exclusive Manufaktur department will
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
Because old motorsport style makes everything better—even the future
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’s about time
In fairness, Porsche has never been afraid of a big, public U-turn, a model some governments would do well to take inspiration from. Its latest-and perhaps greatest-backpedal yet comes in the form of this new 718 GTS Cayman and
And it’s still in working order
This, dear readers, is what commitment looks like. In 1976, Canadian businessman Bill MacEachern took delivery of a brand-new Porsche 911 Turbo. Rather than lock it away in the hope it might gain value, or use it only sparingly at weekends,
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 guy in the white helmet has his first go with Porsche’s EV
Ah, yes, the Porsche Taycan, one of the more hyped electric vehicles (EVs) launched in 2019.But that buzz wasn't just about its speed, its looks, its tech, nor even the questionable 'Turbo' in its name. The world was anticipating the
Which one was your favorite?
Ah, the Super Bowl, the USA's most-watched sporting event. This means millions of eyes glued to the television screen, which in turn means big advertising bucks from the who's who of about every industry there is.On this day,
Despite a few compromises, the spirit is still there
What we have here is a second coming. The original Cayman GT4 launched in 2015 to unanimous, unfaltering praise-and one of the wildest waiting list scraps in modern performance cars. Porsche had finally allowed its littlest car to fulfill potential previously
Course correction isn't a bad thing
If you were to ask a true Porsche purist the three key elements that sum up the essence of a 911...then you probably need to get out more and stop attending such boring dinner parties.Say you went ahead and asked,
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
Maybe Porsche’s really listening to us after all
You certainly can't accuse Porsche of not listening. Nor being afraid of a public U-turn. We could probably do with having them in government. A decade after switching its horrid PDK button shifters for conventional paddles, it's put six-
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