NBAer Stephen Curry Is A Fan Of All Things Porsche

The Golden State Warriors superstar and reigning NBA MVP seems to enjoy traveling around in Stuttgart-built cars.

A while back, a fan video of Stephen Curry filling up his red Porsche 911 GT3 RS at a petrol station in Oakland surfaced and now here he is next to a murdered-out Panamera Turbo S.

Curry is arguably the most-liked athlete in all of basketball right now, which makes plenty of people curious about what his off-the-court life looks like.

It seems that at least some of his day to day activities involve driving around in something a bit more practical than a GT3 RS that still has superb handling characteristics.

The Panamera Turbo S is a 570 PS, 800 Nm (590 lb-ft) car that costs upwards of $180,300 in the US – and that’s before you add on any options which will bump the price tag to way over the 200k mark.

As disliked as the Panamera may have been by those who didn’t take at all kindly to its shape back when it first came out, it seems that celebrities and athletes world-wide don’t seem to mind it at all. And yes, getting an “endorsement” from SC30 himself is a pretty special thing.

Story references: upscalehype via celebritycarsblog



  • TheBelltower

    So someone really really likes Porsche. Shocking.

    • Kash

      What do you expect from a slow news day? Lol. These kinds of posts always seem to pop up after an Auto Show.

      • Andrewthecarguy

        Lol. Good observation.

  • S3XY

    Thats too bad. Someone needs to show him a Tesla.

    • Matt

      Go back to trolling Autoblog.

      • pcurve

        lol oh you guys…

  • Andrewthecarguy

    CS, that Panamera is NOT murdered out.

    • T_Cake

      They just like calling all black cars “murdered out” I think.

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