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December 11, 2017

They call this Porsche Enthusiasts porn, i call it Techart. Just in time for Christmas check out this Techart calendar specially for Collectors, individualists and Porsche fans: this is the limited Edition 2018 Techart Calendar. All Porsche fans can now enjoy all shades of sporty personalization in the just-released 2018 Techart Calendar. 12 large-sized images, printed on fine art print paper, present the highlights of the current TECHART Programs. The calendar is limited to 1,500 copies and can now be ordered at the price of EUR 29.80 (includes 19% German VAT). For additional information and orders, please visit http://www.techart.de/2018. - format 70 x 50 cm - 14 pages, 12 wire-bound calendar sheets - printed on 250 g/m² quality art print paper - coated with glossy protective varnish - image overview on coated 350 g/m² cardboard back - shipped in protective foil and specially designed cardboard packaging.

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December 9, 2017

Home Built DIY Dream Porsche 911 in 4 minutes: Here’s 18 Months of Porsche 911 Restoration Compressed to Four Minutes Home Built DIY Dream Porsche 911 in 4 minutes

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December 6, 2017

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December 5, 2017

One for the speed demons out there. The Turbo S as well as the McLaren 570S are both might cars.

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December 7, 2017

2018 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup MR Is Manthey Racing's New Sexy Track Toy With the Essen Motor Show having kicked off over the weekend, there's one contraption that has caught our eye in particular. We're talking about the 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup MR. The two letters at the end of the rear-engined machine's designation signify the fact that the racecar has been developed by Manthey Racing, a racing crew whose majority stake is held by the Zuffenhausen automaker. With Porsche having introduced the new GT3 Cup this year (the street-legal 991.2 incarnation of the GT3's 4.0-liter flat-six is based on that of the racecar), it was only natural for Manthey to come up with the spicier version of the velocity tool. The first thing that strikes you is the modded aero package. This involves plenty of elements made from carbon fiber, such as the front apron, the frunk, the fenders, side skirts, engine cover and rear wing. As far as the motivation is concerned, the 4.0-liter flat-six heart of the Neunelfer delivers 485 ponies. There's also a list of optional extras, which includes goodies such as air conditioning - keep in mind the machine is destined for endurance racing. You can check out the naturally aspirated sprinter in the images above, but we have to warn you - some of us here in the office have spent quite a lot of time drooling over the sexy aero-dictated appearance of the 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup MR, so the pics might not help with your Monday productivity. Following a car that as special as the GT3 Cup, the newcomer has big shoes to fill. So we can't wait to check out the newcomer doing its thing on the track next year. Keep in mind that Manthey also likes to come up with custom setups for road-going Porsches. As for the results, shaving a full ten seconds off the 991.1 GT3 RS' Nurburgring lap time is an example as good as any Source: Auto Evolution

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December 1, 2017

TechArt Releases a Sport Package for 911 GT3. Made in Techart’s inhouse manufactory, genuine Techart carbon fiber parts in matt or high-gloss finishes embody the freedom of personalization which is characteristic for the brand. Available for both, Techart components such as air intakes or wing profiles as well as OE parts, e.g. the Porsche SportDesign mirrors. Carbon Fiber Sport Package for the 911 GT3 Specially designed fort he 911 GT3, TECHART offers a new Carbon Sport Package, consisting of elements replacing the standard body part and carbon trims which upgrade the existing original part. The Carbon Sport Package is available in matt and high gloss finish and includes a lightweight front lid with integrated air outlet, a front spoiler and airblades, aerodynamic winglets, side skirts, a rear wing profile, ram-air scoops as well as a rear diffusor. The 20-inch Techart Formula IV Race forged wheel. Genuine Techart wheels are distinctive design, perfectly fitting the Porsche 911 models in terms of styling and technical compatibility. Available for the 911 GT3: the Techart Formula IV Race forged wheel with central locking device. It reinterprets the renowned TECHART Formula wheel design in a weight-optimized 20-inch five twin-spokes design with a central locking device. In the production process, the use of special forging technologies and undercut processing enables a particularly low weight. As a option, the comes color-matched with the brake calipers, aligned with the interior decorative stitching, bi- or multi-color painted, with a matt surface finish or with a distinctive wheel edge in contrast color. In other Words: just as individual as the driver may like it.

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November 30, 2017

I will miss LMP1 next year 😢

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November 29, 2017

Home Built DIY Dream Porsche 911 in 4 minutes: Here’s 18 Months of Porsche 911 Restoration Compressed to Four Minutes Home Built DIY Dream Porsche 911 in 4 minutes

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November 24, 2017

One Beast of a 911

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November 21, 2017

To all of our U.S based subscribers. Happy Thanksgiving from all of us here at Porsche Hangout.

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November 23, 2017

I love Lance?’s work. Here is his latest drawing. I would love to see my 911 drawn ... hint hint 🙂

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November 19, 2017

Untitled: The 911 T was the most stripped-down model in the range, and arguably the most pleasurable experience because of it. No excessive luxuries or functionality to take away from a pure driving experience. Untitled

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November 18, 2017

Thanks Porsche 911 996 for sharing

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November 16, 2017

Looking forward to this series