Porsche has produced the first new 911 Speedster since 2010, and while it's hugely expensive, it's also the first proper GT-based Speedster and one of the most exciting 911s ever.Read the full review
The all-new Porsche 911 Turbo S is quite possibly the most complete and versatile supercar yet.
Recognisable at a glance for more than half a century, the iconic Porsche 911 just gets better, confirming its enviable reputation as a poster car, and the supercar you can drive every day. We evaluate the just-launched 992-series entry-level base rear-drive Carrera Coupe.
Receive an invitation to try the newest Porsche 911 at The Bend Motorsport Park, Australia's newest race track, and you don't have to ask me twice. Well, we were specifically invited to try out Porsche's all-new application called 'TrackPrecision'...
The Carrera 4S isn't the cheapest 911 in the range, but it's the purist's AWD variant in a way. It's also a sensational thing to drive.
Few brands excite enthusiasts like Porsche. Constant refinement of its core product, and its ability to apply its DNA to new segments, means you don’t have to be a car person to appreciate what the brand stands for. It also cashes in on its heritage like almost no-one else, calling on an overstuffed catalogue of legendary racers, road cars and concepts to create a steady stream of expensive, exclusive models that make collectors all frothy and excited...
The GT3 Touring is just the latest in a long line of 911 variants. Or is it? One thing's for sure – it's one hell of a manual, performance 911.
Porsche has produced the first new 911 Speedster since 2010, and while it's hugely expensive, it's also the first proper GT-based Speedster and one of the most exciting 911s ever.
Goodyear has launched a set of new performance tyres that it says will take on the very best from Michelin and Pirelli.
Yes, another GT3 RS review, and yes, you don't have to read it because it's as amazing as you think it is. But wait, this review is different.
There's no mistaking the latest Porsche 911 for anything other than the icon it is, but this 992 generation is on another level entirely.
While the new 2019 Porsche 911 might not look all that different from the car it replaces, it is, in almost every way, a completely new car.