Like an outlaw on the run, Porsche's naturally aspirated, regulation-defying 911 GT3 may be on borrowed time.
The Porsche 911 Turbo is the latest addition to the current 911 range. And it's a formidable track performer.
The 911 Turbo S is Porsche's take on the best of the best, and this time we take a look at the Cabriolet. It's a super-fast way to feel the wind in your hair.
A little yellow Porsche... and no, it wasn't a 911.
The 53-year-old drop-top was the first of its kind to be delivered in Germany.
I've spent plenty of time rocketing away from the runway at Sydney International Airport... but never quite like this.
We take a look away from the new car launches to assess some bonafide modern classics. What better way to start the series than with a Porsche that has the best bum in the business.
It’s hard to imagine today, but the Porsche 911 wasn’t always called the ‘911’. Having unveiled the successor to its popular 356 at the 1963 Frankfurt motor show it was billed as the Porsche 901, its internal project number. Production of the 901 started in the autumn of 1964 but a trademark dispute with Peugeot, which claimed it owned the rights for three-digit car numbers with a ‘0’ in the middle, went in favour of the French brand...
Is the Carrera S Cabriolet the best sports car money can buy? It's surely right up at the top of the list thanks to an exciting blend of poise and performance.
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.