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Getting To Grips With The Porsche 911 Speedster

The Porsche 911 Speedster Concept is the German carmaker’s special gift to itself, as it celebrates its 70th anniversary. The sexy open-top car will be hitting the market in early 2019. Exactly 1,948 models will be made, in honor of the year the brand was born. 1948 marks the year the first Porsche, the 356 ‘No. 1’Roadster,…

Is Porsche Really Dropping Diesel Vehicles?

It is true; Porsche AG has ditched diesel vehicles forever. CEO, Oliver Blume confirmed it in a recent press release, making Porsche the first German carmaker to drop diesel-fueled engines. The End of an Era For many years, governments favored diesel over petrol. It was believed to be better for the environment, but the VW…

Porsche Rentals Taking Your Driving Experience To A New Level

Making the decision to buy a new Porsche can be tough, due to the sheer number of models available from the Stuttgart manufacturer. To help make this decision easier, Porsche has recently announced Porsche Passport, a service where you can rent Porsches for short term, letting all Porsche fanatics get their hands-on various Porsche models…

Let’s Talk About The ‘Moby Dick’ 935 Inspired Porsche GT2 RS

In 1976, the world was introduced to the Porsche 935, an update on the 911 turbo. This need-for-speed machine dominated FIA sports racing in the 70s, and continued to make headlines with its upgrades. One such newsworthy change was the whale-tail installation, earning it the moniker of “Moby Dick”. However, with the clap down by…

720HP TECHART GTSTREET R (Porsche 991 Turbo S ) at the ESSEN MOTORSHOW

Thank you Automotive Mike for this latest video of Techart from the Essen Motorshow in Germany.

NEW Porsche 911 (992 Generation): In-Depth First Look

From our friends over at Carfection – here is the first 992 review I have come across.


Porsche is out testing a new generation of the 911, the 992, and the latest prototype spotted is for the car’s Turbo variant. The new 911 will be revealed late this year, initially in Carrera and Carrera S guises.