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.
Rarities, one-offs, and a 75th birthday present For Ferry Porsche.
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...
Porsche's love letter to driving enthusiasts is signed with a high-revving atmo engine and a manual transmission.
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.
Porsche’s mid-sized SUV has been given more fire in the belly to meet the challenge of rivals from Mercedes-AMG, BMW, Jaguar and Alfa Romeo.
So, what’s a biturbo V8 doing cuddling up to a plug-in hybrid in a $300K Porsche SUV that burns up the highway like a supercar? When mean meets green, amazing things happen…...
The all-new Porsche 911 Turbo S is quite possibly the most complete and versatile supercar yet.
Fancy yourself a car enthusiast? While being an enthusiastic car owner and a good driver are both part of your overall street cred, a lot of it comes down to being able to talk the torque. And where many of us can come undone when showing off our automotive prowess is butchering the pronunciation of brand or model names as badly as Kim from Kath & Kim used to pronounce 'chardonnay' (she said 'kar-don-aye', for the record)...
Porsche's 718 GTS 4.0s are crackers on-track. But how does the naturally aspirated, manual-only Boxster fare as a road car?
Porsche has fitted the wondrous naturally aspirated 4.0-litre boxer six into its Cayman and Boxster 718 GTS. Here, we hit the track in the manual-only coupe to see whether going old-school is the new Cayman cool.