Tag Archives: Porsche

Watch this Porsche 911 get a concours-level paint job

Larry Kosilla is our favorite type of automotive mad man. Without his obsession to detail, he wouldn't be a detail king and the person bringing Ammo NYC cleaning products to the world. In order to detail a vehicle at the level Larry achieves, you have to be a bit obsessed. He might say focused, but we're not going to quibble on the words. He's great at his...

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Porsche develops new drum brakes for classic 356 models

Sometimes it's tough to keep classic cars completely original, especially as parts become scarce. Porsche, specifically, Porsche Classic, wants to help its loyal owners keep things all-original with new drum brakes for the 356A and 356B models, which were Porsche's first-ever production cars. However, the re-engineered originals come at a price. A set of...

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2019 Porsche Cayenne first drive review: an epoch-ending SUV

Back in the 1980s, Porsche knew it could build an SUV. And it knew a Porsche SUV would sell well. It finally got around to building that first Cayenne in 2002. Instincts: correct. Since then, it's sold more than 770,000 of them. It's so successful, Porsche now sells a smaller Macan SUV. An epoch-making moment looms in the not so distant future...

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Porsche 911 T returns 40 years after original model’s debut

Just when you think there can't possibly be any more 911 variants—we're already past the 20-car mark—Porsche springs on us the 2018 911 Carrera T. The car is a direct successor to the original 911 T introduced in 1968. The "T" stands for touring, and as such as the car is very much about driving pleasure, as opposed to...

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Motor Authority Best Car To Buy 2018 nominee: Porsche Panamera

The Porsche Panamera isn't the crazy bit of heresy that the Cayenne was. After all, a sedan/hatchback isn't as far a leap for a sports car maker as an SUV. But like the Cayenne, it's a Porsche, and that means it has to be sporty, even if it doesn't have two doors and an engine located anywhere but up front. Now in its second generation, the Panamera takes a...

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New Porsche 718 Boxster GTS, Cayman GTS are here; are surprisingly reasonable

Follow us on this one Porsche fanatics. On Tuesday, Porsche announced the 2018 Porsche 718 Boxster GTS and 2018 Porsche 718 Cayman GTS models complete with a handful of upgrades, including a slightly more powerful 2.5-liter turbocharged flat-4 that makes 365 horsepower. The Boxster GTS starts at $80,850, including destination, or $82,950 for the Cayman GTS...

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2020 Porsche ‘Mission E’ electric sedan spy shots

Behold the production version of Porsche's Mission E concept. The car is a small sport sedan with an electric powertrain. Don't worry, those exhaust tips are dummy units to fool onlookers. The rest of the design is very close to the striking concept we first saw at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. From the elegant front to the fastback roof to the...

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"Porsche Turbo Charging" showcased with all-electric Porsche Cayman

Tesla laid a blueprint for electric-car infrastructure with its Supercharger stations, but Porsche may be aiming to perfect it and spread the benefits with its 320-kilowatt charging stations. The luxury and sports car brand installed its first prototype 350-kw, 800-volt station in Berlin, Germany, in August, and it has followed that unit up with the...

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iPhone, Galaxy…911? Porsche joins the car-subscription race

In an effort to embrace the ever-changing automotive industry, Porsche announced today its own vehicle subscription service: Porsche Passport. The service offers on-demand access and white-glove delivery to its entire lineup of vehicles for a monthly fee. Just like your smartphone, it will be easier than ever to jump from model-to-model in Porsche's vehicle...

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