That’s right, Porsche will soon sell a vehicle powered by a four-cylidner engine again.
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.
With the 2014 New York Auto Show kicking off this past week, AutoGuide‘s videos were watched worldwide in order to check out all the latest debuts. Our most watched video of the week is the reveal of the 2015 Toyota Camry, while car lovers were also interested to see how the Dodge Charger and Challenger have…
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Despite dealing with a debilitating engine recall, the 991-generation Porsche 911 GT3 was just became the 2014 World Performance Car of the Year.
The Porsche 911 GT3 got off to a rough start, but hopefully the GT3 RS will fare better.
Although Auto Shows are mostly about new metal that will be available to the general public, automakers love to bring their latest race cars along too.
Naturally racecars are about maximum performance, neck-snapping acceleration, organ-bruising lateral grip and of course enough stopping power to rip the skin off your forehead. The Porsche 919 Hybrid is one such machine, but that’s not all.
McLaren is so impressed by the Porsche GT3, that the German sports car is being used as a benchmark for an upcoming model.
Porsche 911 GT3 owners will be able to drive their sports cars again soon.
The folks at Kelley Blue Book have released their annual Brand Image Awards. The study, now in its seventh year, honors automakers for excelling in certain areas. Categories include things like best performance brand, most refined brand and most trusted brand. Overall there are 13 winners and the results may surprise or even appall you….
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The cars this week all have one thing in common: excess. Excess power, excess cylinders, excess luxury and excess value. Check out what we’re driving this week on AutoGuide Now.
If you’ve never paid attention to the Pirelli World Challenge Series, 2014 will be a great year to start.
The final stages of preparation for the Porsche 919 Hybrid are underway and the LMP1 race car is looking awesome on the track.
Porsche has a long history in the world of racing, and the German brand is celebrating its heritage with a special museum exhibit.
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Porsche had plans to roll out the most aggressive version of the 911 this summer, but it looks like it might have to wait.
Not even Porsche is immune to pressure from governments and customers to improve fuel efficiency and reduce emissions. The legendary German sports-car builder will offer a four-cylinder engine in future versions of both its Boxster and Cayman models.
Raising the performance of its entry-level models once again, Porsche has announced the new GTS trim level for both the Boxster roadster and Cayman Coupe.
While other automakers are driving away from V8 engines, Porsche will be equipping its Panamera with a new one.
Every one of Porsche’s already-built 2014 911 GT3 sports cars will undergo an engine replacement.
Fires caused Porsche to stop selling the 2014 911 GT3 and search for a solution, and the resulting measures are drastic.