LA 2009: More Powerful Porsche 911 Turbo Arrives at LA Auto Show

LA 2009: More Powerful Porsche 911 Turbo Arrives at LA Auto Show
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Along with the Boxster Spyder world premiere, Porsche gave North American debuts to the updated GT3 RS and the popular 911 Turbo model at the LA Auto Show today. For 2010 the 911 Turbo gets an all-new, larger 3.8-liter engine with direct-injection, making 500-hp. Possibly more important, however, is the fact that the clumsy bush-buttons… Continue Reading...

LA Preview: Revised Porsche 911 Turbo Gets 500-hp and Paddle-Shifters

LA Preview: Revised Porsche 911 Turbo Gets 500-hp and Paddle-Shifters
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With high-end automakers like Ferrari and Lamborghini announcing that they will not be participating in the LA Auto Show this year, we’re thankful that Porsche has decided not to keep its high-performance goodies from us. Along with the updated GT3 RS model, Porsche will use the LA show to debut its updated 2010 911 Turbo… Continue Reading...

Report: 2010 Porsche Turbo Cuts 10 Seconds off Nürburgring Time

Report: 2010 Porsche Turbo Cuts 10 Seconds off Nürburgring Time
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Porsche’s updated 2010 911 Turbo model has cut an impressive 10 seconds off its predecessor’s Nürburgring lap time. The significantly revised sports car can now boast a 7:39 lap time around Germany’s most famous race track. Unfortunately for Porsche, this time is still more than 10 seconds away from the car’s Japanese rival, the Nissan… Continue Reading...

Frankfurt 2009: First Live Shots of 2010 Porsche 911 Turbo

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For 2010 the Porsche 911 Turbo gets a long list of improvements including an all-new, larger 3.8-liter engine. Possibly more important, however, is the fact that the clumsy bush-buttons have been replaced with paddle shifters with the addition of Porsche’s impressive 7-speed dual-clutch PDK transmission. As for that engine, it’s the first entirely new one… Continue Reading...

Official: New Porsche 911 Turbo Revealed

Official: New Porsche 911 Turbo Revealed
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Porsche has just released a spattering of details (and a few photos) of the next 911 Turbo, which will make more power, consume less fuel and offer even better performance than the current model. Displacement for the turbocharged flat-six is up from 3.6 to 3.8-liters, however, this is far more than just a re-worked engine…. Continue Reading...