The new Porsche 911 GT3 isn’t just another generation in the German automaker’s GT3 lineup; it’s packed with next-generation technology that makes it a true track monster.
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.
Yesterday, Porsche unveiled the 918 Spyder in production form and now we’ve gotten our hands on even more photos of the hybrid supercar.
Porsche has finally divulged all of the specs and information on the production-ready version of its 918 Spyder supercar, along with a gallery of photos showing the car in its production form.
Porsche is celebrating the 100,000th Panamera leaving its plant in Leipzig, Germany, reaching a production milestone that underscores the Panamera’s success.
Porsche has designed a new hybrid module that will fit into all of its future cars, suggesting that all Porsche models in its lineup will inevitably have a hybrid variant.
With all the attention the Ferrari LaFerrari and the McLaren P1 have received in recent months, it’s hard to forget that Porsche is working on its own hybrid supercar, the 918 Spyder.
The next-generation Porsche 911 GT2 Turbo will reportedly pack 552 hp from its 3.8-liter, twin-turbocharged, flat-six engine.
Earlier, Porsche unveiled the next iteration of its 911 Turbo and Turbo S, and now the German automaker has released a first look video of its next great sports car.
The Porsche 918 Spyder isn’t sold out yet, but the German automaker’s head of research and development is confident that it will when potential customers get to drive it.
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Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the turbocharged 911, Porsche has revealed the 2014 911 Turbo and Turbo S models boasting more power, a wider body, rear-wheel steering, a new AWD system and innovative new active aerodynamics.
Hybrid technology is improving at an impressive rate and is continuing to find its way into more and more vehicles. A significant number of new and exciting hybrids are coming to market this year and early next. No, these aren’t all Prius wannabes. There are some interesting cars on the way, like the ultra efficient…
Porsche 911 sports cars from model years 2001 through 2007 are the subject of a NHTSA probe opened on Friday, April 26.
First it was the 2014 Porsche 911 GT3, and now it has come to light that the new Porsche 911 Turbo will not have a manual transmission option, and will only be offered with the brand’s automatic dual-clutch setup.
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Porsche announced today that it will serve as the sole automotive sponsor for the fourth annual Turner Classic Movies Film Festival to celebrate the 911 sports car’s 50th anniversary.
Even if tennis doesn’t matter to you, Maria Sharapova’s name probably does. If not, there’s an even greater chance that will change in the near future.
When the Porsche Panamera first debuted, skeptics found its styling to be controversial enough to question whether or not it’d be a success.
While the Porsche 911 RSR certainly looks good in its 2013 race livery, it looks even better stripped down to its carbon fiber glory.
It’s rare that Porsche’s PDK transmission meets much criticism, but dropping it into the hardcore track-oriented 911 GT3 might be a place to start. That is, until you learn that the system was improved for the new application.
Porsche is in the midst of working on a four-cylinder engine to power its entry level models, but the brand says that the small engines won’t be ready until at least 2016.
Porsche has released a series of stunningly beautiful photos of its updated 2014 model year Panamera.
Porsche just announced pricing for the 2014 Panamera lineup, with the all-new plug-in hybrid version starting at $99,975 including delivery.
Designed with the Chinese market in mind, the new extended-wheelbase Panamera won’t be reserved for those on the other side of the Pacific, with Porsche Cars North America confirming the longer sedan for sale in the U.S. this year.