Porsche

  • 2012 Porsche 911 - longer and lower than the current model

    German automagazine Autobild is reporting that the next-generation 911 (991) will feature some serious changes over the current generation when it arrives end of next year. New 911 will be 56mm longer than the current one and measure 4.49m in length. The car will stand… Continue reading »

  • Christmas Gift Ideas: Porsche Design Composite Bobsleigh and Aluminium Sledge

    This winter you can be the fastest on the slopes with the new Porsche Design composite bobsleigh. This plastic bobsleigh is a perfect Christmas gift for any Porsche enthusiast and draws inspiration from the racing bobsleigh. It can be steered simply and individually using the… Continue reading »

  • Video: Porsche Classic - Because it's All About the Car

    Today over 70 percent of all Porsche vehicles ever built are still on the road. That's an impressive number and the team of Porsche Classic ensures that this will still be the case in the future. The video below shows us Porsche Classic workshop and… Continue reading »

  • Here's your chance to drive a Porsche 911 GT2 RS

    The 911 GT2 RS is the fastest and most powerful road legal sports car ever built in the history of Porsche. Only 500 units will be built, and each one is already spoken for. The list price for this ultimate 911 was £164,107! The 911… Continue reading »

  • Porsche Cajun confirmed for production

    Rumors about a small SUV by Porsche, that sits below Cayenne have been circulating for years. Today the German automaker finally confirmed that they are working on a small SUV called Cajun. The Cajun is just a working name and the production version could be… Continue reading »

  • Porsche Panamera Diesel confirmed, available in the second half of 2011

    In an interview with Germany's Westfalen-Blatt, Porsche CEO Matthias Müller has confirmed the company will launch a diesel-powered Panamera in the second half of 2011. One of the key reasons behind this decision was the success of the Cayenne diesel that has been available since… Continue reading »

  • Porsche Cayman R revealed - more power, less weight

    The Cayman R is 55 kilograms lighter and with ten horsepower more than the Cayman S. Power comes from a tuned 3.4-litre six-cylinder engine developing 325bhp. When equipped with the standard six-speed manual gearbox, it takes 5.0 seconds to reach 62 mph. With the option… Continue reading »