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Porsche Cayman S Review

Jerez, Spain—Motoring around the Spanish countryside in the newly revised Porsche Cayman S one thing becomes abundantly clear all too quickly: There is so little room for improvement in this finely-tuned sports car, it’s almost beyond belief. It sprints away from stoplights like a greyhound (the dog, not the bus), corners like a monorail (the kind that doesn’t derail) and feels as comfortable as a pair of Isotoners (blatant Kanye West reference)...

Porsche TechArt GTstreetRS (GT2) Review

This is one Porsche for which you'll need your brave pills Locked away in the German countryside is an unassuming light grey building. It's two storeys high, and a sloping car park on the right hand side dips away to a few garages at the back. To drive down the road, you'd probably go straight past it...

2009 Porsche Panamera Review

Despite the fact that we’re apparently still in the midst of a global economic meltdown - are you as tired of this phrase as I am? - the introduction of a brand new executive sedan may just be the most important reveal of the 2009 automotive season. Words and pictures by Mark Hacking, in Elmau, Germany Let’s study the facts: Porsche has been building cars since 1939, many of them of the sort that get the blood percolating...

550 Spyder by Chamonix Review

550 Spyder by Chamonix First Steer “Almost identical to the legendary Porsche 550 Spyder, but with a 2.5-litre boxer engine and weighing a super light 720 kilos, you don’t need to ask me how it goes” - photography Yvan Fournier Model Tested: 550 Spyder by Chamonix - $60,880 (RRP)   James Dean immortalised the Porsche 550 Spyder when his slammed into a Ford Coupe, driven by Donald Turnipseed, on his way to an amateur race in Salinas, California on September 30, 1955...