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Porsche Goes Green With An Increased Stake In Electric Cars

Porsche is renowned for producing cars that meet and exceed the exacting specifications of our community. That is one of the reasons why they have only introduced their first full performance electric vehicle – the Tesla killer, Taycan – this year. Over 10 years ago U.S. Senator Al Gore released ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ which brought…

How Porsche Is Combating Carbon Footprints With Porsche Impact

Ever since the new millennium, the inconvenient truth for us car enthusiasts is that we are one of the largest contributors to atmospheric carbon dioxide. What’s so bad about this? Well, it causes global warming. As a car enthusiast who doesn’t want to give up their fast car, we look for other ways to help…

Porsche Catches Up To Chinese Counterfeiters

In this techno-savvy day and age, it’s becoming easier for companies to manufacture counterfeit components. With an estimated 80% of all automotive counterfeit parts being manufactured in China, Porsche has set up a special legal team of brand protection workers to bust counterfeit companies. Here is how Porsche is catching up to Chinese counterfeiters. Bring…

A Look At The Hybrid Porsche Panamera Turbo Turismo

The Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo is a serious contender in the sports hybrid wagon category. Turbo S means that it’s fast but not as focused as a GT or GTS. E-Hybrid means that it’s a plug-in hybrid. This means it has a conventional gas-powered engine that works in tandem with an electric…

The Porsche Bergspyder

A few years ago, a team of innovative Porsche engineers were given the task of designing a new edition to the legendary Porsche Bergspyder from the 1960s. With the idea in mind to make a sports car as lightweight and minimalist as the 981 Boxster generation, combined with the original 901 Bergspyder, in 2015, the…

Introducing The New Porsche Panamera

Porsche fans will be pleased to know that the luxury car brand has announced an upgrade to its popular Porsche 911 range. From any other company, you would expect drastic changes that make the older model look a little less intriguing, but Porsche is known for consistently crafting beautiful, efficient vehicles with a signature design….

2020 Porsche Cayenne – Coupe Or Not?

The end of 2019 will see the release of the Porsche Cayenne Coupe. With its updated sloping roofline and panoramic roof, there’s no denying that this is a gorgeous car. But can we really call it a coupe? What is a Coupe? The word coupe comes from the French past participle coupé, which means ‘chopped…

Will Speed Limiters Cramp Porsche’s Style?

To many people around the world, the Porsche name is synonymous with both beauty and speed. In recent news, it was announced that the EU want to introduce a new safety rule that enforces all new cars be fitted with speed limiters by 2022. This announcement was made during a statement that was given by…

Porsche Macan S | A Porsche For The Whole Family

Since its launch, the Porsche Macan has faced much of the same backlash as the Panamera and Cayenne received when they were first brought to market. The backlash has been from enthusiasts who see the addition of the Macan as Porsche further diluting their DNA and moving away from Porsche’s roots as a sports car…

3 Years Free Charging After You Buy A Porsche Taycan

The Porsche Taycan promises to be a sleek machine. Expected to be released this year, it’s pleasing to see Porsche bringing Electrify America into their plans on this operation. Together they are performing a stellar job. There will be widespread updated charging stations available nationwide. These stations are necessary in supporting the new capabilities that…