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2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe unveiled

The Porsche Cayenne Coupe was unveiled overnight, and is largely unique from the A-pillar back. Compared to the regular Cayenne, the coupe has a shallower A-pillar and front windscreen, 20mm lower roof edge, redesigned rear doors, and 18mm broader rear haunches...

Porsche to resume 911 GT2 RS production after cargo ship sinks

A sunken cargo ship has forced Porsche to resume production of the GT2 RS, with customers in Brazil left awaiting the delivery of their twin-turbo'd 911 supercars. Although Porsche didn't officially report it initially, a letter from a Brazilian customer published in CarScoops has shed some light on what happened off the coast of France, and what it means for customers...

2020 Porsche Taycan teased again

The Porsche Taycan has been teased for the second time in as many weeks, this time with a set of actual photos in place of the sketches. In the latest series of artfully shot and camouflaged photos, the sports car maker has been keen to highlight all the similarities between its upcoming electric sedan and the iconic 911 coupe...

2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe sketched

A designer sketch believed to be of the upcoming Porsche Cayenne Coupe has surfaced online this week, ahead of a full reveal in the coming weeks. Published by Carscoops, the drawing shows a fastback-styled Porsche crossover, that features a sharply raked tailgate and slim tail-light clusters joined through the middle by a plastic strip...

2017-19 Porsche Panamera recalled

Porsche has recalled the 2017-19 Panamera, over concerns about the brake wear warning light. According to the company, an issue with the car's software can mean the red brake wear warning light doesn't illuminate when the pads are worn out. Instead, only a yellow warning light will be shown, and can be dismissed by the driver...

2018-19 Porsche Cayenne recalled

Porsche has recalled the 2018-19 Cayenne, over concerns about an issue with the brake wear warning light. According to the company, a problem with the car's software could mean the red brake wear warning light won't be illuminated continuously when the brake pads are worn. Only a yellow message, which can be dismissed, will be shown instead...

Volkswagen and former CEO sued by SEC over Dieselgate

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have filed a civil complaint against Volkswagen and Martin Winterkorn, its former CEO, for their role in issuing bonds while the company was trying to conceal the fact it had been selling vehicles with diesel emissions many times above legal levels. According to the SEC: "From April 2014 to May 2015, Volkswagen issued more than US$13 billion ($18...

2020 Porsche Taycan sketch sent to buyers

Earlier this week, the sports car maker sent wallpaper links to prospective buyers of the Porsche Taycan sketching out the look of the production electric sedan. These give us our first good look at the Taycan's head- and tail-lights, as well as the design of the front and rear bumpers...

Porsche Cayenne Coupe to be revealed later this month - report

The Porsche Cayenne Coupe is just weeks away from reveal, the company's British boss has told Autocar. Speaking with the UK-based publication, Marcus Eckermann, managing director for Porsche Cars Great Britain, said the new variant will be revealed later this month, ahead of an on-sale date during the northern hemisphere's autumn (September-November)...

Porsche 917 'concept study' revealed

Porsche has revealed a very special 'concept study' as it celebrates 50 years of the 917 – dubbed by the marque as "the most famous racing car of all time". First presented at the 1969 Geneva motor show, the Porsche 917 (below) dominated various motorsport events (including Le Mans and the North American CanAM Series) from the late 1960s through to the mid-70s...

2016-19 Porsche 718 Boxster, Cayman recalled

Porsche has recalled the 2016-19 718 Boxster and Cayman over a structural issue that puts the fuel tank at increased risk of damage in an accident. According to the company, a frontal collision could make the lower longitudinal crash beam penetrate the bulkhead wall. If that happens, there's a higher risk of the fuel tank being damaged, creating a risk of leakage and, by extension, fire...