Porsche fans attending this year’s Monterey Car Week will have a lot to look forward to.
The German automaker is known for the iconic 911 sports car. Porsche sports cars usually have engines in the rear, or middle of the car, with the exception being the new family friendly Porsche Cayenne SUV and four-door Porsche Panamera.
You probably hear about cars with “go-kart-like” handling pretty frequently and Porsche is out to prove its Cayman GTS fits the bill.
Whether you love exotics, crossovers or compact sports cars, AutoGuide.com‘s most watched videos for the past week has you covered. Our most popular videos for the past week include our review of the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, a review of the all-new Porsche Macan and our Honda Civic Si coupe track test. See how all those vehicles…
It’s hard to beat the noises a well-designed, high-performance engine makes; experiencing this is of life’s great pleasures, especially when it isn’t adulterated by restrictive exhaust systems or synthesized bullshit piped through a vehicle’s speakers.
Porsche is currently putting the finishing touches on the most hardcore version of the 911, and patent photos have revealed what it will look like.
Porsche has been forced to shuffle some of its packaging and models to make sure that its prices don’t intersect.
If you’ve been missing out on AutoGuide.com‘s videos this past week, we have some treats for you. Luxury convertible sports car shoppers will want to take a look at our 2014 Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet vs. 2014 Jaguar F-Type V8 S comparison while families shopping for a crossover will learn plenty in our 2014 Ford…
The Porsche 918 Spyder could be the quickest accelerating car in the world.
Performance is more than racing stripes, chin splitters or gigantic exhaust tips. Speed is not something you can simply apply with sticky film or push clips; it takes careful engineering and attention to detail.
The 2015 Porsche Cayenne has officially been unveiled with new styling and more performance.
The Porsche Pajun has been delayed again to at least 2019.
A new back to basics small Porsche sports car has been rumored for some time, and new information on the car has been revealed.
How does a quad-turbo, flat-eight Porsche exotic sound to you?
Porsche is already working on a minor facelift for its Boxster model.
Now that the excitement of July 4th is over, you must be wondering what’s next to come from AutoGuide.com. Here’s what we’re testing this week. Dont’ forget to tweet at us to find out more, or ask any questions about the cars we’re reviewing this week.
You might have to wait more than six months for a Porsche Macan, but the company is willing to jump through hoops to keep you happy in the meantime.
This week’s most watched videos from AutoGuide.com‘s YouTube channel represent a variety of reviews. In the luxury sedan segment is our Mercedes-Benz S550 review while our video bidding farewell to the Toyota FJ Cruiser with the Trail Teams Ultimate Edition also garnered plenty of attention. Lastly, we had the opportunity to review the all-new Porsche Macan crossover….
Luxury sedan shoppers were all over AutoGuide.com‘s YouTube channel this past week. Our most watched video from June 8 to June 15 is a comparison of the 2014 Cadillac CTS and the 2015 Hyundai Genesis while our review of the Mercedes-Benz S550 garnered plenty of views as well. Lastly, German sports car lovers indulged in…
This year’s JD Power Initial Quality Study had a few surprises and you might be shocked to hear which vehicles were most problem free.
A scale model toy might be the best look we have yet for the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS. If, in fact, that’s what this is.
Rumors of a Porsche sports car that would sit below the Boxster are rising again, this time suggesting the car could arrive for 2016.
Is Porsche finally going to allow its entry-level Cayman to be faster than the top-dog 911?
A good race car livery sticks in the minds and hearts of auto enthusiasts, and one of the all-time great liveries is coming back to the one of the all-time great sports cars.
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