Porsche is recalling 111 of its 911 Carrera and Carrara 4 sports cars from the 2013 model year because the exhaust tailpipe can fracture and fall off the muffler. Continue Reading...
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Porsche’s iconic sportscar is turning the big 5-0, and the German company has some major plans to celebrate all year long. Continue Reading...
Maserati is currently working towards having a 100-percent coverage of the luxury sports car market, which means a Porsche 911 rival is in the works. Continue Reading...
It’s the second day of AutoGuide’s Dream Car Garage list. This time News Editor Luke Vandezande compiled his list of the 10 cars, a word used loosely at points, that he would pick if money weren’t a factor. Bespoke programs are wildly popular in the high-end car market, but this one-off from Porsche is probably… Continue Reading...
Porsche is recalling its 2010 model year 911 GT3 vehicles in Canada for a possible rear wheel hub failure. Continue Reading...
At Porsche’s ‘Night of Champions’ event in Weissach, Germany this weekend, the automaker unveiled its newest generation of GT3 Cup race cars. Continue Reading...
Porsche has unveiled its 2013 911 GT3 Cup race car, powered by a 3.8-liter, flat-six engine with 460 hp, which is 10-hp more than its predecessor. Continue Reading...
Reports of a car slotting between the Porsche 911 and 918 have been swirling for quite a while and now the automaker has registered a new name it the German patent office. Continue Reading...
Porsche just launched its online configurator page for the 2014 Cayman which was unveiled last week during the L.A. Auto Show. Continue Reading...
The sprawling Volkswagen Empire is in the process of consolidating its vehicle architectures. To help quell the industrial chaos Porsche was put in charge of sports-car development, but now it’s reported the next-generation Audi R8 will not share Zuffenhausen’s latest architecture. Continue Reading...
Porsche is celebrating the 40th birthday of its RennSport (RS) line by launching three new driving courses at its Experience Centre located at Silverstone Circuit in the U.K. Continue Reading...
No fewer than 40 Porsche employees contributed to the masterpiece pictured above, which is a bespoke Porsche 911 slantnose delivered in 1990 with a list of custom goodies nothing short of shocking. Continue Reading...
One of the rarest Porsches ever made will be heading to RM Auctions in Monterey on August 18th, and is estimated to fetch anywhere from $1.25 million to $1.4 million. Continue Reading...
Justin Bieber’s chrome-wrapped Fisker Karma looks more like a spaceship to the general public than what CEO Henrik Fisker would probably prefer: a car identifiable with his brand. Continue Reading...
Conversation about a Porsche 550 successor swings back and forth between production dates and delays. According to the latest from the brand, the newest projected year could be 2017. Continue Reading...
Due next year is an update for the highly controversial Porsche Panamera model, a restyling change that should make it more appealing to the eyes. But rumor has it that the German automaker has much more planned for its sedan in the near future. The 2013 update should also bring a long wheelbase variant, which will… Continue Reading...
Wall Street traders holding hot commodities might yell “sell sell sell!” They want to shoo as much out the door while demand is hot because, as they know, the definition of “in demand” changes all to quickly, or does it? No doubt a fair number of those individuals finish their day by drawing a key… Continue Reading...
Out in Germany, a new vehicle must be inspected after three years by the TÜV, similar to America’s state-level emissions and inspection process (albeit much more rigorous). After that, residents of Germany then have to get their vehicles inspected every two years and each visit involves an extremely thorough inspection of your vehicle. Failing the… Continue Reading...
Porsche is spicing up their U.S. vehicle lineup starting next year with three new models, including a diesel Cayenne. It’s hard not to see the writing on the wall when a status symbol like Porsche decides to port the diesel counterpart of their high-end SUV to the U.S. Most people familiar with the European car market… Continue Reading...
As automotive technology and innovation continue at breakneck speed, car enthusiasts and traditionalists have been quite outspoken in their opposition against sequential gearboxes and dual clutch systems, arguing that there’s an irreplaceable purity from rowing your own gears. To the men and women who love to drive, don’t despair. Porsche has been listening. According to… Continue Reading...
Porsche pulled the covers off its seventh generation 911 Carrera with nearly 90% newly redesigned or redeveloped components including a 7-speed manual transmission. The new 911 has a longer wheelbase by 100mm yet the body is only 56mm longer. The new 911 is also about 7mm shorter than the previous version. At just under 176.91… Continue Reading...
Maybe you can’t choose between the 23 different Porsche 911 variants currently listed on the German automakers website. Maybe none of them suit you perfectly. Well there is some good news, add a twenty-fourth variant to that list. Brumos Porsche of Jacksonville, Florida, confirmed today that five rare, factory-built 911 Carrera GTS B59 Edition Coupes… Continue Reading...
The Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is the most successful race car the German automaker has ever offered. Porsche has sold 2,200 GT3 Cup units and is the most popular choice amongst racing teams all over the world.The GT3 Cup currently competes in 19 Porsche brand trophy series worldwide and runs in various GT race series… Continue Reading...
The eagerly anticipated 2012 Porsche 911 has been spied with almost no camouflage, which is a big change. The new 911 will be a little longer than the last one, by 2.2 inches, but with 4 inches extra between the wheelbase. The growth of the car has been linked to accommodate a possible hybrid system. The base… Continue Reading...