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2016 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Is A Beast During Acceleration Tests

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With a new biturbo engine in place of the old naturally aspirated flat-six, Porsche's updated 911 Carrera 4S moves more like a supercar than sports car.

Derek Bell Drives The Original Porsche 718 On The Targa Florio

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Five times Le Mans winner Derek Bell straps himself behind the wheel of a gorgeous 1960 Porsche 718 and tells the story of the small four-pot Targa Florio winner.

Porsche 959: The ‘80s Hyper-Tech Supercar Revisited

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If anyone ever doubts that competition improves the breed, show them this one, for it fits the bill to a T.

Ferrari’s Twin Turbo 488 GTB Meets Porsche’s Ballistic 911 Turbo S

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It may not be the direct comparison everyone is waiting for the Ferrari 488GTB, but pitting the Porsche 911 Turbo S against it really draws some interesting conclusions.

LEGO Technic 911 GT3 RS Will Set You Back $299

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After teasing us with a camouflaged car back in January, Porsche's most track-oriented 911 is now available to order as a "do it yourself" 1:8 scale model.

Porsche’s New 718 Cayman Turbo Four-Banger Sounds Angry Enough

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Porsche released the first video footage of the new -inevitably- turbocharged 718 Cayman sports car.

Track Battle Of Entry-Level Exotics: Huracan Vs R8 Vs 911 Turbo S

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The Lamborghini Huracan meets its cousin, the Audi R8 V10 Plus and the Porsche 911 Turbo S in an empty Hockenheimring and a clock to play with.

Stock 918 Spyder Completes 1/4 Mile Run In 9.7 Sec

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Already one of the fastest-accelerating cars in the world, the Porsche 918 Spyder isn't shying away from dominating the drag strip.

This Is Probably The Craziest Panamera You'll Ever See

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Even in its 7th year of production, the Panamera’s uncanny design still looks unsettling to Porsche purists, but this green, race-inspired variant is the most extreme of all.

Porsche 911 GT3 Driven Back-To-Back With Legendary Carrera 2.7 RS

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There are two kinds of car people: those who adore 911s and those who think they are relics.

Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Gets Glorious Soundtrack By Armytrix

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If aggressively downshifting in a supercar is your "thing", then getting one of these custom exhaust systems from Armytrix is probably a nice way to quench your thirst for noise.

Porsche Offers $6,570 Office Chair

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If you can’t get enough of the 911’s sport, body-hugging seats, (at home or at work), Porsche has come up with a simple, but elegant solution: a chair.

Porsche Creates Hologram Ad For 911

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Porsche, an automaker concentrated on state-of-the-art technology and engineering expertise, takes advertising to the next level with a hologram showcasing the 911s heritage.

New Porsche 718 Boxster Swaps Emotion For Speed

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The first video reviews of Porsche’s entry-level sportscar are here, telling us what the new turbo models are like on the road.

Here's How The Porsche Mission E Concept Was Created

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Mainly because it signals the arrival of the most important car to bear Stuttgart’s coat of arms since the Cayenne, Porsche’s very coy about its Mission E Concept, especially as the production-spec variant will have a strong resemblance with it.

Porsche's 911 R Is An Absolute Beast, But Is It Faster Than A Satellite?

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The new 911 R isn't exactly a wolf in sheep's clothing with those red stripes, but it's a bit more discreet than other range-topping 911 models.

Porsche Suspends Maria Sharapova As Brand Ambassador After Failed Drug Test

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Porsche is among the first sponsors to distance themselves from Maria Sharapova after the five-times Grand Slam champion and the world’s highest-paid female athlete, failed a drug test at the Australian Open.

Porsche 911 R Explained By Its Spiritual Father Will Make You Want One Even More

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Porsche has finally done it, throwing into the market a limited edition 911 targeted specifically to purists.

RUF’s Geneva Stand Is A Temple Of Perfection

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The renowned Porsche specialist brought a series of seriously impressive models at the Geneva Motor Show.

Porsche 911 R Wants You To Have Fun [w/Video]

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With everyone looking to grab a track-oriented machine nowadays, there don’t seem to be that many better options than the brand new 911 R, listed as a pure sports car with a classical design.

Taking after its legendary predecessor, which performed in rallies and other racing events such as the Targa Florio, the latest variant features a lightweight construction that keeps total weight at 1,370 kg, thus making it the lightest version of the 911 currently on the market.

Performance-wise, it's got a 4.0-liter naturally aspirated flat-six good for 500 PS and 460 Nm (339 lb-ft) of torque, resulting in a 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration time of just 3.8 seconds. The driver also gets to enjoy a six-speed manual sports transmission with short gearshift travel, as Porsche points out.

Once up to speed, the 911 R will max out at 323 km/h (200 mph) - quicker than the GT3 RS, which makes sense since the 'R' undercuts it by 50 kg (110 lbs). By the way, those who care about fuel consumption data in cars such as these should probably know that the R (13.3 l/100km) is less economical than both the GT3 (12.4 l/100km) and the GT3 RS (12.7 l/100km).

In terms of driving dynamics, Porsche has focused on making the 911 R as good at going around corners as possible. Its specially tuned standard rear-axle steering helps it during turn-in, while the mechanical rear differential lock builds up maximum traction. Also, in order to give it as much stopping power as possible, Porsche installed ceramic composite brakes (PCCB) as standard.

From an aesthetic stand point, the 911 R resembles the Carrera, with just the nose and rear body reminding us of the GT3. However, the drive technology comes from the GT3 RS, while the GT3 bits make up the body and chassis components.

During their press conference in Geneva, Porsche made it clear that while this is a track-oriented car, not exactly meant for day-to-day driving, it's still a perfectly capable cruiser within city limits, even with heavy traffic around - which is part of the reason why the German automaker went with a retractable rear spoiler (familiar to Carrera models) instead of a massive fixed rear wing.

Inside, the 911 R offers carbon full bucket seats with fabric center panels, an R-specific GT sport steering wheel, carbon trim and pull straps as door openers.

Porsche has stated that they will only be building 991 units of the limited-edition 911 R, which should make this a rather hot commodity.