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The Most Common Porsche Repairs

Owning a Porsche comes with a high level of prestige and satisfaction. But owning a Porsche also requires an ongoing commitment to routine maintenance. All cars come with their share of unique repair issues. Ferraris often develop cracked fuel lines. While the Lamborghini Gallardo often struggles with an overheating clutch. Porsche’s have their own set…

Is Porsche Launching Into Space?

Porsche plans to boldly go where no car company has gone before. The company has long been known for its sleek and powerful luxury sports cars, but now they are looking to stretch their wings into the aerospace industry. Read on and learn about how they are trekking into this new territory. Lower-Cost Satellites As…

High-Performance Battery Cells By Porsche

Porsche is setting up a new factory designed to produce battery cells. Known as Cellforce, the battery cells will be built in the southwest German city of Tübingen. Here’s what we know about this exciting announcement. A Joint Venture As a subsidiary of Porsche, the plant is a joint venture with Customcells. Porsche is investing…

This Is It: The New 473bhp Porsche 911 GTS

The French love to say, ‘vive la difference!’ Celebrating the difference is especially applicable to the new Porsche 911 GTS. Those three letters denote a hard-won period of Porsche’s history. They freely admit to drawing inspiration from the 904 GTS race car from the 1960s. According to Porsche, GTS means, ‘a carefully curated combination of…

The Most Common Porsche Maintenance Issues

Porsche maintenance is an often-neglected subject; since Porsche vehicles generally have a good track record of being reliable. With that being said, there are certain things specific to Porsche that are worth keeping an eye on. As Porsche enthusiasts, Porsche Hangout is a staunch advocate of ‘prevention is better than the cure’. It’s much less…

Porsche News: Is Porsche Making A Cheaper Electric Sedan?

The Taycan has been a smash hit for Porsche with everyone from MotorTrend to Car and Driver rushing to pile praise onto Porsche’s first foray into the electric car market. The latest set of rumors and Porsche news is the Stuttgart automakers plans to take full advantage of their partnership with Audi on the “Premium…

The Porsche Boxster Turns 25 This Year!

The year is 1993, and Porsche is on the verge of bankruptcy. While the 964 911 is Porsche’s best-selling vehicle, the aging 928 and newly released 968 continue to fail to capture the eye of would-be sports car owners and are consistently falling short of Porsche’s targeted sales numbers. Porsche knew they needed something new…

The 2022 Porsche 911 GT3 Is Much Quicker Than The Company Says

So, let’s talk about the 2022 Porsche 911 GT3… The 90’s – A Blast From The Past Remember the 90s? The decade when camp was cool, The Pretender was on NBC and rap was beginning to become mainstream. The internet was AOL and precious little else. The Porsche 964 was out in the wilds. It…

The New 4-Cylinder Porsche 718 Spyder

Four-cylinder engines in performance vehicles have always been a muddy area. Any of the great marques (like Porsche) will tell you that the tried and trusted recipe has always been a six cylinder. From there you move up until you get to the chart topping W16 found in the Bugatti Veyron. Four cylinders were always…

Rent An All-Electric Porsche Taycan For Less Than $300

The Porsche Taycan has been a smash hit, and its sales numbers have backed it up. While many enthusiasts have their doubts about an electric Porsche, Porsche has announced that there will now be an easier way to experience the Taycan. Porsche Passport, Porsche’s rental and sharing service will soon include two Taycan models through…