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Porsche has launched the all-new, 8th-generation 911 at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The new 911 packs a turbocharged 3.0-liter flat-six good for 450 ps in the S models and an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission. 0-100 kph ticks by in less than 4 seconds, and top speed is up to 308 kph. Here’s the news from […]
Few cars can ever match the overall package that is the Macan—small, agile, highly capable on and off the road, and luxurious, of course.
By 2025, Porsche foresees that half their vehicle model range will be electric-powered, prompting the brand to invest heavily into the electrification of its automobiles. This electrification includes hybrids, plug-in-hybrids and full electric vehicles or EV’s.
When German automaker Porsche rolled out its first production sportscar, the 356 in 1948, it set a benchmark that many prestigious brands would be hard-pressed to reach and surpass. The Porsche 356 racing car got its first victory in 1951. The win put a spotlight on the car’s exceptional performance and durability, and from then […]
“Adversity causes some men to break; others break records”, these words ring true for one Timo Bernhard, who just obliterated the lap record at the Nurburgring’s Nordschleife. Porsche Motorsports and its timekeeping partner Chopard, shared in this momentous record breaking feat by Timo Bernhard at the legendary track through the Eifel forests, also known as […]
This will probably be the swan song for the current 991.2-generation of the iconic sports car.
Porsche is arguably the most driver-focused car manufacturer in the world.
Porsche celebrates another historic victory by winning both GTE classes at the world’s toughest long distance race. In the pro-category, car #92 Porsche 911 RSR driven by trio Kévin Estre (France), Laurens Vanthoor (Belgium) and Michael Christensen (Denmark) led for almost the entire distance totalling 344 laps in the 13.626-kilometre racetrack. Their win in the […]
Porsche unveiled the 911 Speedster Concept as well as the name of its first all-electric sports car, the Taycan.
Porsche is now trialing an augmented reality system in the United States.