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2020 Porsche 911 review: Prototype drive

The 992-Generation Porsche 911 – what's new inside and out. More power, a redesigned cabin, and new features for the latest version of Porsche's iconic sports car.

Porsche 911 GT2 RS and The Scarborough Hotel

There are few cars that conjure up fear and trepidation like the latest incarnation of the Porsche GT2 RS. For starters, it’s the most powerful production-series 911 ever built and harnessing massive reserves of turbo-driven grunt – like 515kW and 750Nm of torque from its flat-six. It’s a potent bit of kit and clearly the kingpin of the brand’s production-series range...

Meeting your heroes: The Autohaus Porsche 911 SC Grp 4

There’s an old saying about never meeting your heroes, about how the perception of someone or something is often better than the reality. So what happened when we threw the keys of one his hero cars – the Autohaus Hamilton-built Porsche 911 SC Group 4 –  to our own Adam ‘AK’ Morris? You’ll have to watch the video to find out...

Driven: Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Edition

We get to do some pretty cool things at CarAdvice sometimes. Like this, the time we visited Porsche's Exclusive Manufaktur facility at its German headquarters. Immediately after, we were beckoned across the road, where a fleet of 911s belonging to the Porsche Museum sat gleaming in the Stuttgart sun. Take your pick, we were told...

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Porsche 911 Videos

Analogue v Digital - Autohaus's Porsche 911 Grup 4

Adam meets the Autohaus 911! Get the full story right here.

2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS walkaround

We take a look at the new 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS at the Los Angeles motor show, which currently holds the title of fastest production vehicle around the iconic Nurburgring race circuit.

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.

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Porsche 911 Comparisons

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 News

CarAdvice podcast 131: Around Australia in a Tesla Model X

This week you're joined by Mandy Turner, Paul Maric and Scott Collie. In car news, the 2019 Porsche 911 and Mazda 3 have been revealed, Hyundai Ioniq pricing and specs have been announced, and GM has announced it'll be closing factories and culling models. Trent Nikolic reviews the 2019 Kia Rio GT-Line. On The Shortlist, we help Mark look for a ute for under $40,000...

Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport: Track-only special revealed

Porsche might have stolen the show with its new '992' 911 Carrera S in Los Angeles, but it hasn't given up on the current-generation car quite yet. Just 200 examples will be built and, if you hadn't guessed from the livery, ankle-breaking splitter and giant wing, the GT2 RS Clubsport isn't road legal – the 'standard' GT2 RS already fills that role...

Mark Webber: 2019 Porsche 911 comparable to 919 Le Mans race car

Mark Webber may not be piloting Formula One cars these days, or even Le Mans prototypes, but if you’re a potential Porsche buyer or one of the marque’s many repeat customers, that can only be a good thing given his involvement in new car development with the iconic German brand, including the new 911...

2019 Porsche 911: Talking everything 992-generation with 'Mr 911'

Porsche has launched the eighth-generation of its iconic 911 in Los Angeles after more than four years of development, a process comprising some serious challenges according to the man dubbed 'Mr 911'. August Achleitner, vice president of the Porsche 911 and 718 product lines, detailed some of the trickier parts of developing an all-new take on the world's favourite rear-engined sports car...

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Porsche 911 Owner Reviews

1994 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet Tiptronic review

I always feel that the cars you love most are the cars you lusted after when you were a late teenager. The Porsche 911 993 variant was released when I was 17, and I immediately thought it was the most beautiful car I had ever seen. For most of my life, I have had more chance of flying to the moon than buying a Porsche. Children and a mortgage will do that...

1989 Porsche 911 Carrera review

A Note from the Editor: Alex is car enthusiast from Sydney who makes regular contributions to the CarAdvice community.  The year is 1981. Porsche’s sales are declining, especially in the USA – customers were just not buying the latest models, the 928 and 944. To rectify this, Porsche hired a new CEO – Peter Schutz...

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...

Porsche 911 Galleries

2019 Porsche 911 leaked

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