The 935 Clubsport ditches the 911 GT2 RS’ steel and aluminum body for carbon fiber composite parts.
The screaming DLS test car will be joined by a pair of stunning Singer Porsche 911s.
The previous owner of the classic Porsche 911 raced it for nearly 20 years.
The Lego Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0 costs just $14.99, much less than the real thing.
The first Heritage Design model will be launched next year and be based on the 911.
The Carrera 2.7 RS is one of the (of not the) most prized 911s on earth at the moment.
This 911 Turbo S Cabriolet is equipped with the X50 pack that increases output to 450 HP.
If you don’t mind resale value, this hue is available via Porsche’s Paint to Sample program – and it’s even better in person.
The third member of the new Porsche 911 family is (almost) ready for the market.
The fact that it was modified, could keep this Porsche 996 Turbo’s price down to reasonable levels.
The 600LT is almost 100 HP down on power, but around a demanding track it is a formidable weapon.
Like its predecessor, the 2020 GT3 Touring will be powered by a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six.