We get to do some pretty cool things at CarAdvice sometimes. Like this, the time we visited Porsche's Exclusive Manufaktur facility at its German headquarters. Immediately after, we were beckoned across the road, where a fleet of 911s belonging to the Porsche Museum sat gleaming in the Stuttgart sun. Take your pick, we were told...
The revised 2018 Porsche Cayenne is actually the fifth version of the popular large SUV – if you include midlife updates. It continues its push as the performance SUV to watch with a potent blend of power and balance.
The price isn't for the faint-hearted, but the technology under the Panamera Hybrid's skin is state of the art. It's a performance weapon with some green credentials too.
The 911 Carrera T is perhaps the new frontrunner as the smartest buy in the 'normal' 911 range. Its blend of raw driver interaction and value is hard to beat – just so long as you stay away from the expensive options list.
Porsche has shown that hybrid doesn't have to mean boring with its recent offerings in the technically advanced space. The new Cayenne E-Hybrid actually makes a solid argument against the ubiquitous diesel.
The Porsche 911 GT3... You don't even need to read past this, just buy one.
What better way to test out the track-focused 2018 Porsche 911 GT RS than on a grand prix circuit? Chris 'Atko' Atkinson takes the reins of the 'widowmaker'.
Want the Porsche that ticks every conceivable box? A model that blends Turbo S performance, hybrid efficiency, sports car handling, family-friendly room and a wagon bootspace? The exhaustively named Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo could be right up your alley. Hold on to your kitchen sink...
Porsche has upped the power, performance and purpose of its 718 sports car range to create the 2018 Boxster GTS convertible and Cayman GTS coupe twins. Are these the new fat-free driving kings from Stuttgart?
This is it, the top dog in the Porsche 911 family tree. Meet the new Porsche 911 GT2 RS, a track-focused weapon affectionately dubbed 'the widow maker'.
The third-generation Porsche Cayenne is an evolution for the German marque. But while Stuttgart's family-hauler has retained its familiar large SUV bearing, there's plenty new going on under the skin.