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Macan S and GTS now use the same 2.9-liter turbo V6; Turbo model is gone (for now). Continue Reading...
Porsche’s eFuel could work with existing engines—yet be some 85-percent cleaner for the environment. Continue Reading...
No plans to turn brand’s icon into a completely electric model, says Porsche CEO. Continue Reading...
Eight winners will be announced next week, including overall Car and Utility Vehicle of the Year. Continue Reading...
The wagonified Porsche EV will come in four flavors from launch; first European deliveries happen this summer. Continue Reading...
Latest version of Porsche’s naturally-aspirated 911 gains 10 horsepower, posts sub-7-minute Nürburgring time. Continue Reading...
Base-model Porsche Taycan is rear-wheel drive, making it lighter and extending its range. Continue Reading...
The limited-edition model uses a 394-horsepower flat-six; just 1,250 examples will be available. Continue Reading...
Rare Porsche concepts from the last 15 years give a look at the design inspiration that shapes the current lineup … and beyond. Continue Reading...
Or, “How I Learned to (Mostly) Stop Worrying and Love the Electric Car” Continue Reading...