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Porsche Taycan: The Ultra Sexy Electric Car

Porsche’s latest edition, the Porsche Taycan, is the company’s first ever all-electric car. Although it was first showcased at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor show, it is not due for release to the public until the end of 2019. The car was originally called the Mission E but was later changed to Taycan, which can be…

2020 Porsche 911 Updates

The new Porsche 911 (or 922, as some enthusiasts call it) is said to be released around 2020! While Porsche has been trying to keep it on down low, rumor has it that this new 911 range will include the much-loved Carrera, Carrera S, GTS, Turbo and Turbo S, with the option of convertible and…

A Porsche Boxster With A Flat Six?

Porsche has a long history of manufacturing some amazing engines, from the ludicrous flat twelve in the 917, to more traditional V-6 and V-8s, and more recently the turbocharged flat four. But most Porsche fanatics agree that what makes a Porsche truly special is a high revving, naturally aspirated flat six engine, also known as…

The Porsche 911 GT3 Touring

When it comes to track ready road cars, every petrolhead knows that Porsche’s GT series should be first on your list, whether it be the 911 GT2, GT3 or Cayman GT4, a variety of packages are offered to please any track day enthusiast. The issue some owners face, is that while they love their GT3,…

Porsche Information: New Technology In The Pipes For Vehicle Repairs

Porsche is pushing boundaries and expectations by using augmented reality (AR) glasses to repair cars. The glasses allow technicians to handle the complex nature of the automobiles through sharing vital Porsche information. Their luxury cars have always been cutting edge in their design and mechanics, and now Porsche is introducing the same innovative use of…

Close Encounters With The Wild 911 GT2 RS

The slick shape of a Porsche 911 does not drive by without turning heads. Their shape is instantly recognizable as an icon to luxury cars. These high-performance beauties come in 24 different versions, and the Porsche 911 GT2 RS is one of the newer, favorite ones. The sports car has been in consistent developments since…

The Thrill of The Porsche Driving Experience

No longer does one require millions of dollars to experience the power and agility that comes with driving a Porsche vehicle. With the Porsche Driving Experience, you are able to get behind the wheel and truly experience the road beneath you and the thrill that comes with controlling one of the best engineered sports cars…

Porsche 911 Not Going Mission E

For the last 87 years, Porsche has been producing record-winning, luxury sports cars. Among these record-winning cars is the Porsche 911, the most famous and well-known Porsche car in production. The Porsche 911 was created with the purpose of reinventing the classic German car: a high-performance, rear-engined sports car that is capable of out-performing others…

A Tribute to The Porsche 356

In celebration of Porsche’s 70th anniversary, we thought it appropriate to take a look back on the company’s first ever model created – the Porsche 356. Although the production of this car started off with only a few made – by hand! – in a small town in Austria, the 356 went on to transform…

Porsche 911 – The Official Safety Car

Porsche 911 Turbo has been unveiled as the new safety car supplier for WEC. It will replace the Audi R8 V10 as the official safety car of WEC. The safety car will have the important job of ensuring the safety of the race cars and guiding them around the track in the case of bad…