Turbo – it’s a word that carries a sense of reverence whenever it sits on the shapely derriere of a Porsche – and in the case of the 2021 911 Porsche Turbo, it also asks a question that relates to another letter. Do you really ‘need’ an ‘S’… ?
The perfect Porsche? I know what you're thinking. How is a 718 Cayman the perfect Porsche? I mean, this is a 982, not a 992. And when you consider that when the 718 launched, it was hardly met with huge fan praise because they swapped out the traditional flat-six for a turbocharged four. Although, that's not a problem we're faced with in this car...
Porsche close down the third runway at Sydney International Airport so we can experience launch control in the new 911 Turbo S.
The full-electric Porsche Taycan is now available to order in Australia. There are 3 variants on offer. Pricing starts from $191,000 for the Taycan 4S, $269,100 for the Turbo and $339,100 for the range-topping Taycan Turbo S. Prices are noted in Australian dollars and don't include options or on-road costs...
Join Trent Nikolic as he tests the new Cabriolet with its luxurious interior and formidable performance.
Paul Maric is at The Bend Motorsport Park in Adelaide, South Australia driving a Porsche 911 (992 generation) to tryout the new 'TrackPrecision' app.
Porsche's Cayenne Coupe has hit local hot-mix. But which of the fresh-face three-tier range is our pick of fast SUV pack?
Josh travels to Finland for a first drive in the all-electric Porsche Taycan 4S. Is this a worthy Tesla Model S rival?
The 2020 Porsche Taycan is the brand's first electric vehicle, more than five years after we saw the concept. It's as good as we were hoping, too.
If the Cayenne Turbo isn't quite quick enough for you, Porsche has taken the wraps off the even faster Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid. It's a mouthful, but does it give you a big smile in return? Paul Maric finds out.
As far as ‘pure’ sports cars go, the Cayman GT4 - unfettered by technological burden and devoid of an engine behind the rear axle - might in fact be the best that Porsche has to offer. It’s ballistically quick, and crucially easier to drive at nine-tenths than a 911, and it’s so bloody capable on track, you’ll fall in love with it more each lap...