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2017 Goodwood Festival Of Speed review

The term ‘bucket list’ gets used to the point of – well not even death – these days. It’s well past that. Possibly somewhere beyond the point of cremation might be more accurate. However, allow me to indulge… If you love custom, muscle car or Hot Rod culture, the ultimate automotive extravaganza is SEMA...

2018 Porsche 911 GTS review

The real question isn't why you should buy a GTS, it's why on earth would you buy a Carrera S instead?

Porsche Sport Driving School Master Class review

You know the strangest thing about owning a sports car? Not knowing how to drive it properly. A lot of you reading this will probably smirk at that statement, because somewhere buried deep inside, you have those secretly-seeded grand thoughts of ‘I could’ve been a racing driver’. Well, join the club...

2017 Porsche 911 GTS review

With a staggering 34 variants of Porsche's iconic 911 available, where does the new GTS range fit? Curt Dupriez finds out.

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2018 Porsche 911 GTS review

See the full article here. With more than 30 different variants of the 911 on sale today, the addition of the recently launched Porsche 911 GTS may seem as a non-event, considering the amount of choice already available. But actually, the ($282,700-320,400) GTS lineup is perhaps the sweetest spot in the entire 911 range and the only models that properly blend the elements of the brand’s track-focused cars with daily usability...

Porsche Sport Driving School Master Class review

You know the strangest thing about owning a sports car? Not knowing how to drive it properly. Here, Alborz gets some insight into just what it takes to drive a sports car - indeed, a race car - and do it properly.

2017 Porsche 911 GTS review

Read the full article here There are first world problems. And there are first class, five-star, penthouse level problems, such as choosing which new Porsche 911to buy. Yes, there are three traditional Porsche 911 pillars: the natural essentials of the entry-level Carrera, the luxo-performance excess of the Turbo, or the track-bred driver’s purity of the GT3...

2016 Porsche 911 Carrera S Review

Read the article here. With ever-tightening emissions regulations, even Porsche has had to forgo decades of tradition with their legendary large-capacity flat-sixes. But Porsche has had to adhere to the times and turbocharge its new 911 Carrera models, now downsizing to a twin-turbo 3.0-litre six-cylinder engine over the previous Carrera S’s 3...

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2015 Nissan GT-R Premium v Porsche 911 Turbo : Comparison Review

A strange thing happened while the upstart Nissan GT-R campaigned to dethrone stalwart Porsche 911 Turbo as the unofficial 'king of the super sportscars': the Japanese newcomer became an old-timer...

Mercedes-AMG GT S v Porsche 911 GT3 : Comparison Review

The Porsche 911 GT3 and its more hardcore brother, the GT3 RS, are not sports cars for the faint hearted. Bought by those seeking a proper track car that can double as an occasional daily driver, the GT3 remains as perhaps the best example of what a modern sports car can offer a true driving enthusiast...

Video: Porsche 911 GT2 RS vs Porsche 911 Carrera S comparison

The Porsche 911 GT2 RS is the most powerful production Porsche 911 ever, but how much better than a normal Porsche 911 Carrera S could it possibly be? Autocar has that answer covered in one of the British publication's latest comparison tests. It's easy to point to the GT2 RS and say it's the better car...

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Porsche 911 GT3 with Touring Package revealed

The Porsche 911 GT3 with Touring Package has made its global debut at the Frankfurt motor show this week, bringing a very different look and feel to the company's track weapon. Following the reveal of the updated 911 GT3 at the Geneva motor show in March, the Touring Package is very much like a series-production version of the sought-after 911 R limited-edition that was available last year, which essentially tailored the race-ready GT3 package for the road...

Porsche 911 could get permanent 'purist' variant - report

German sports car specialist Porsche could be plotting a mainstay 'purist' version of its 911 sports car, if a new report out of the UK is anything to go by. Speaking with Autocar this week at the launch of the new-generation Cayenne SUV, company research and development (R&D) boss, Michael Steiner, hinted at a stripped-back variant in similar vein to the 2016 911 R (pictured), though this time it wouldn't be a limited-run model...

2018 Porsche 911 Turbo S gets next-gen carbon-fibre wheels for $22,000

Porsche has announced it is bringing an all-CFRP (carbon-fibre-reinforced plastic) wheel to market in 2018, debuting as an option on the current 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series. Each wheel weighs 8.6kg, which is 20 per cent lighter than the equivalent aluminium alloy version, but is also 20 per cent stronger – improving both acceleration and braking performance, according to Porsche...

Singer and Williams team up to create a 372kW classic 911 engine

Singer Vehicle Design, known well for modifying and restoring classic Porsche 911s, has teamed up with the Formula One team from Williams Advanced Engineering to create an air-cooled engine. The 4.0-litre naturally-aspirated unit produces 372kW of power and revs to over 9000rpm, which puts it on par with the latest water-cooled 911 GT3...

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Porsche 911 Owner Reviews

2008 Porsche 911 Carrera Review

What an incredible car. The Porsche dealer recommended I keep it simple for my first 997 experience, so a low mileage, non 4WD, base engine with Auto (so the missus could drive) second hand unit. Their approach was to keep it pure (auto withstanding). I will be eternally grateful as a result, the car was bought unseen, being traded from an enthusiast who was first in line for the next generation/shape, but who always kept it simple/pure...

1987 PORSCHE 911 Review

Air cooled Porsche are an exceptional car to drive everyday in any condition, and are still pretty cheap, compared with a new Camry! But people shall be aware that driving such a car as a daily driver is not cheap, because of their age, they will have some issues, even if I must say that those care are very reliable and those 3.2 flat 6 are really bullet proof...

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