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
Paul Maric is at The Bend Motorsport Park in Adelaide, South Australia driving a Porsche 911 (992 generation) to tryout the new 'TrackPrecision' app.
Few brands elicit the sort of starry-eyed thoughts that come about at the mention of Stuttgart's beloved Porsche. Given an opportunity to tour the iconic manufacturer's museum and production facility, we couldn't possibly say no.
The Speedster is a purebred road car and one of the most accomplished sports cars on the planet, as well as one of the most enjoyable cars ever from behind the wheel. I never thought I’d ever say that about a 911 soft-top, but this car is a spectacular triumph in every regard bar its sky-high asking price.
You need a lot longer than 20 minutes to properly appreciate all the Singer 911 has to offer, but you need a lot less time to discover this might just be one of the world’s most desirable motorcars.
You told us you don't trust the traditional 'Car of the Year' format favoured by most publishers, and you wanted to know more about our own personal faves, objectivity be damned. Well, here it is. Get the full story right here. NOTE: This video was first published on December 18.
Adam meets the Autohaus 911! Get the full story right here.
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.
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...
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.
Read the full article here There are first world problems. And there are first class, five-star, penthouse level problems, such as choosing which new Porsche 911to buy. Yes, there are three traditional Porsche 911 pillars: the natural essentials of the entry-level Carrera, the luxo-performance excess of the Turbo, or the track-bred driver’s purity of the GT3...
Read the article here. With ever-tightening emissions regulations, even Porsche has had to forgo decades of tradition with their legendary large-capacity flat-sixes. But Porsche has had to adhere to the times and turbocharge its new 911 Carrera models, now downsizing to a twin-turbo 3.0-litre six-cylinder engine over the previous Carrera S’s 3...