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2020 Porsche 911 Turbo Convertible spied

The next-generation Porsche 911 Turbo Convertible has been spied during hot weather testing, wearing a bold red roof. Based on a previous leak from the factory floor, and what we know of the Porsche 911 Turbo's forebears, there's no doubt what we're looking it is the range-topping Turbo drop-top...

2019 Porsche 911 RSR unveiled

The new Porsche 911 RSR has made its debut at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed. Powering the new Porsche 911 RSR is a dry sump 4.2-litre six-cylinder boxer engine positioned ahead of the rear axle. Depending on the size of restrictor attached to it, the motor can produce up to 378kW of power, and remains naturally aspirated...

2020 Porsche 911 GT3 spied at the ‘Ring

The next-generation Porsche 911 GT3 has been snapped by photographers once again at the Nurburgring, ahead of a potential debut at the Frankfurt motor show in September. Plenty of false panels and pre-production components still feature on this prototype, meaning the final design is still not quite visible yet, however, knowing Porsche there shouldn’t be many, if any, surprises...

Singer bringing two specials to Goodwood - UPDATE

Singer Vehicle Design is preparing a two-car assault on the Goodwood Festival of Speed, with a new customer commission joining the DLS revealed last year. UPDATE, 1/7/19: The original version of this article stated Singer would be bringing three vehicles to the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed, however, this is not the case...

Porsche Heritage Design Packages: Retro design elements coming back

Porsche will bring some of its old-fashioned liveries and trim elements back from the dead, as it looks to extend the Heritage Design Package program launched on the 911 Speedster. The wider 911 range will eventually be offered with selected elements from the Speedster, which was available with classic numbering on its side to call classic racers to mind...

CarAdvice podcast 153: 2019 RAV4, 911 Speedster reviews

This week Scott Collie and Mike Costello are on the panel. In car news, it appears a BMW Z4 M is off the cards, Volvo Australia is working on capped-priced servicing, Mazda is preparing inline-six petrol and diesel engines, and a Hyundai N EV sports car is coming with thanks to a Rimac partnership...

2020 Porsche 911 Speedster pricing and specs

Porsche has priced its stunning 911 Speedster for Australia, confirming the 991.2 swansong is bound for our shores in the fourth quarter of 2019. Based on a concept car from 2018, the Speedster will cost $604,800 before on-road costs in our market. Don't flinch at that price – at least, don't flinch too dramatically – because the sticker price includes a front axle lift and cruise control...

Porsche 911 GT2 RS topples Road America lap record - video

We know the Porsche 911 GT2 RS is fast. It set a Nurburgring lap record in 2017, lapping the Green Hell in just 6:47.3 with Lars Kern behind the wheel. Lamborghini has since taken it back, but that's besides the point... Now, it's the quickest production car ever to lap Road America. It's a fast track, with just 14 corners in its 6...

2020 Porsche 911 Targa spied

Porsche's stable of 911 models is getting ready to expand, with an undisguised 992-generation Targa snapped around the famous Nurburgring. Launched at the Los Angeles motor show last year, we've only seen the 911 Carrera S in coupe and convertible form. The base Carrera is yet to surface, and the usual array of GT faster models – GT3, GT3 RS and GTS – are also yet to arrive...

2019 Porsche 911 Speedster unveiled, Australian availability confirmed

Alex Misoyannis • Porsche has revealed its hotly anticipated 911 Speedster, a limited-edition model built to as a salute to the now superseded 991.2 generation 911. The Speedster is as close to a convertible GT3 as we’ll ever get, and only 1948 examples will be produced – in honour of the first Porsche 356 registered in June of that year...

2018 Porsche 718, 911 recalled

Porsche Australia is recalling certain 2018 718 and 911 models over concerns of faulty airbag sensors. The German marque reports affected vehicles have airbag sensors in the sides of the vehicle "that may not have been tensioned properly". If the condition occurs, the restraint systems may not protect the vehicle's passengers as intended in the event of a collision...