Showing posts in the category of Porsche 911

U Spy Two 2016 Porsche 911 Convertibles; Can You Tell Which Models They Are?


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The facelifted Cayman wasn't the only 2016MY Porsche prototype that our friend Andor snapped on his camera in Monaco the other day; he also photographed a pair of 911 testers.

Chris Harris Teases Camaro Z28 vs. Porsche 911 GT3 Test


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No one can deny that GM has come a long way with its performance cars over the past decade, but can it really give the Porsche 911 GT3 a run for its money with the Camaro Z/28?

Porsche's 911 Turbo S Spied in Facelifted Form


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One by one, all models of Porsche's extended 911 family are going under the knife for the 991-generation's first facelift, with our spies now capturing the 911 Turbo S.

Place Your Bets: BMW i8 Drag Races Porsche 911 Carrera S


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We’ve seen many BMW i8 reviews so far, but no one thought about a drag race between the Bavarian firm’s most sophisticated model and a conventional sports car.

Porsche Spied Testing Facelifted 911 Targa, Could Get GTS Version


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Only a couple of months after Porsche launched the new 991 Targa onto the market, Stuttgart is already out and about testing a facelifted version of the car.

Scoop: 2016 Porsche 911 Mid-Cycle Facelift


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Is it already time for a mid-cycle refresh for the 991? Porsche thinks so, and it's on track to launch the updated model next year, possibly at the Geneva Motor Show.

Enjoy the Purity of this Well Maintained 1966 Porsche 912


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There’s just something undeniably enticing about the entry level Porsche 912, built from 1965 to 1969. Unlike later four-cylinder models, it had the exact same shape as the six-cylinder 911 of the time, yet in having a smaller, lesser-powered engine that was placed closer to the rear wheels and a generally lower weight, it was easier and more forgiving to drive.

Take a Look at Porsche’s Secret Warehouse with 300 Rare Cars


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The Porsche Museum in Stuttgart is one of the most interesting car galleries in the world, but the German sports car manufacturer also has a secret warehouse.

2015 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Brings More Proof About its Natural Aspiration


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Ever since the first spy photos with the upcoming Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991) started appearing, those massive Turbo-style side air intakes have been the center of attention.

Care to Place a Bet? BMW M4 vs. Porsche 911 Carrera


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A duel between two of the most iconic German sports cars, the Porsche 911 and the BMW M3 Coupe's successor, the M4 Coupe, is always a good idea.

Porsche's Enduring 911 and its New Enemies; Which One Would You Have?


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It is a genuinely exciting time to be a sports car fan. On the low end, the Toyobaru offers rear wheel-drive handling with the coupe bodystyle enthusiasts have long sought from the Miata. On the high end, the 918 Spyder, P1, and LaFerrari are redefining notions of cool.

Porsche Exclusive's 997-Based Brumos Carrera GTS B59 Edition


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The Porsche 911 is the default sports car; it’s such a solid and competent machine (most of the time, at least) that you can see it virtually anywhere.

New Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio vs. Old 1989 Turbo Flatnose


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UK magazine Autocar taught us a valuable lesson by doing this video comparo between the latest Porsche 991 Turbo Cabrio and its predecessor from many generations ago, the 930 Turbo Cabrio from 1989. The lesson is that modern cars are technically better and more competent, yet in becoming as competent as they have, they’ve lost their soul.

New Porsche Exclusive 911 Turbo S GB Edition for the UK Only


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Porsche Exclusive, the automaker’s bespoke division, has released a new 911 model destined for the UK market named the 911 Turbo S GB Edition. Limited to 40 units, the car celebrates 40 years of the 911 Turbo with distinctive exterior styling and luxurious interior features.

Custom Porsche 993 by Rauh-Welt is Pure Widebody Perfection


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Founded in 1997 as a small countryside body shop, RWB or Rauh-Welt Begriff is a Japanese Porsche tuner specializing in creating stunning(ly good) widebody kits for various models of 911. They don’t only do cars for Japanese customers, though, as they have offices in many major cities around the world, including one in the US, located in San Mateo, California.

This is The First Purpose-Built Porsche 911 Rally Car


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With a motorsport history that arguably shames any other car manufacturer on the planet when it comes to the number of overall race wins, Porsche has been present over the years in just about any type of racing there is, including some fields which normally wouldn't be exactly appropriate for a sports car manufacturer.

See 685HP Opel Kadett Take on Ferrari 458 Italia, Porsche 911 Turbo and Yamaha R1


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Some people call them “sleepers”, while others call them “Q-cars” or “quiet cars”, but no matter their nomenclature, they bring the most smiles and drop the biggest amount of jaws when they appear on a drag strip.

Internet Runs out of Ideas; Porsche 911 Turbo S Takes on Formula 4 Racecar


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In the spirit of answering questions that nobody asked, Autocar put together a head-to-head comparison between the latest Porsche 911 Turbo S and a much simpler but more focused Forumla 4 racing car.

1973 911 Carrera RS 2.7 is the Essence of Porsche


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Whenever I see a classic Porsche 911, I remember the extraordinary Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed video game, which let players drive pretty much all Porsche road cars built from 1948 to 2000.

Porsche Customizer Magnus Walker Creates First Unique Wheel Set


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If you’re a fan of custom classic Porsche 911, then you’ve probably heard of Magnus Walker. He’s a huge fan of the brand and so far has channeled his passion into creating bespoke looking 911s, like the blue first-gen Turbo he’s seen driving in the video below.