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Porsche now 3D prints classic parts

Porsche Classic wants to keep its older models running longer, with to the introduction of new 3D-printing technology. The company says too many owners and collectors are hamstrung by hard-to-find spare parts, which can lead to vehicle problems, or even forcing them out of action...

VIDEO: Porsche explains why brakes squeal

Porsche is tired of hearing people complain about squeaky brakes. How do we know? The company has gone to the trouble of making a four-minute video explaining what causes it, and why it's nothing to worry about. According to the company, brake squeal has been misunderstood for far too long...

Goodwood Festival of Speed to feature Porsche

The 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed will be dedicated to Porsche, celebrating 70 years since the 356 was launched. Gerry Judah will design the central sculpture for the event, which runs from July 12 to July 15 at Goodwood House, West Sussex. This marks the third time Porsche has been featured at the Festival of Speed – the brand's 50th anniversary was commemorated in 1998, and the 911 turned 50 in 2013...

Porsche to invest $9.42b in electrification

Porsche has announced it plans to spend more than €6 billion ($9.42 billion) on electromobility within the next five years, doubling its expenditure to focus on upcoming plug-in hybrid (PHEV) models and electric vehicles (EV). Decided at the most recent Porsche AG Supervisory Board meeting, the investment has been divided into material assets and development costs – around €3b ($4...

2019 Porsche 718 Boxster Spyder spied

The new Porsche 718 Boxster Spyder has been photographed during testing in Europe. A report in Autocar suggested the new Spyder would feature a version of the naturally-aspirated 4.0-litre flat-six engine used in the latest 911 GT3. The 4.0-litre engine cranks out 368kW of power and 460Nm of torque in the GT3, but it will reportedly be retuned to deliver around 317kW (425hp) in the Spyder...

2019 Porsche 911 Turbo spied

The next-generation Porsche 911 Turbo has been snapped during testing in chilly northern Europe. Unlike the last 911 prototype we saw – a cabrio spied at the beginning of the month – this Turbo variant features much wider rear guards, with a large air intake on forward-facing side. The wheel arch extensions on this car appear to be a engineering mock up, not the final product...

CarAdvice podcast 86: We talk to a car manufacturer illustrator!

Joining Mandy Turner this week are Paul Maric and Trent Nikolic. The Ford Edge ST, Mercedes-AMG CLS53 & E53, and Kia Cerato have been revealed at the Detroit motor show. Suzuki Swift Sport pricing and specs have been released, the Hyundai Veloster & Veloster N have been revealed, as has the 2019 Ford Ranger revealed for US market, and HSV 2018 range pricing has been announced...

2018 Porsche Macan facelift spied

The updated Porsche Macan has been spied once more during testing in northern Europe, almost a year since prototypes of the facelift were last seen on public roads. Externally, the updates seem to be relatively minor. Up front, the vehicles in this convoy feature two updated and slightly different front bumper designs: one variant features combined driving and indicator lights, while another utilises two thinner units on each side...

2019 Porsche 911 spied with the top down

The next-generation 2019 Porsche 911 convertible has been spied testing with the top down in Europe. We've seen the next-gen 911 in spy photos already, and the drop-top sticks with the same theme – slow, constant evolution. It's clear the car is a 911...

Porsche tows its way to a new Nurburgring record

The race to set Nurburgring records reached fever pitch this year, with a glut of attempts (successful or otherwise) from manufacturers desperate to prove their sports car mettle. Porsche was among the crowd of new record holders, but its latest attempt makes the GT2 RS lap look a bit, well, conventional...

Our favourite cars of 2017

2017 is almost over. It's time for Christmas parties, sunshine and rose-tinted reflection on the year gone by. But here at CarAdvice, we aren't taking our foot off the pedal just yet – instead, we're taking the chance to look back at some of our favourite cars from this year...