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PostHeaderIcon Someone Just Leaked the 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo on Instagram!

It feels like just yesterday the eighth-generation 992 Porsche 911 was revealed at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show, but now we’re getting a sneak peek at the upcoming hot-to-trot 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo, courtesy of a recent leak posted to Instagram!

PostHeaderIcon Porsche Carrera GT “Recommissioned” by Porsche Classic

When a car is about to die its natural death, most car owners scrap it off and replace it with a new one. However, we enthusiasts try to do our best to bring it back to life instead of just disposing of something close to our hearts. Here is one such car lover who took his dying Porsche Carrera GT to Dr. Porsche Classic for a thorough restoration.

PostHeaderIcon Did Jerry Seinfeld Really Sell a Fake 1958 Porsche 356A for $1.5 Million?

You may remember that back in early 2016 we covered Jerry Seinfeld’s announced auction of several of his classic Porsche models – all of which eventually sold for some $22-million in total. One of the cars he sold then has been proven to not be authentic and he’s now being sued for $1.5-million.

PostHeaderIcon Porsche is Succeeding in North America Where Most Automakers Fail: Sedans

The U.S. sedan market was brutal in 2018 for a lot of automakers. But don’t tell that to Porsche; the German automaker is buckling all trends after posting its seventh straight year of record-breaking sales in North America. You would think that the Porsche Cayenne SUV and the Porsche Macan crossover would be spearheading that record growth, but that’s not the case. No, no, no. Of all models, it’s the Porsche Panamera sedan that’s pulling Porsche’s sales sleigh. The four-door saloon not only escaped 2018 with a downturn in sales; it completely went the other way with a 19.5-percent sales growth compared to its sales volume in 2017. While it still looks like the sedan market in the U.S. is steadily losing steam, Porsche remains immune to the trend. Don’t expect it to lose steam, either, now that the Taycan sedan is arriving this year.

PostHeaderIcon Porsche is Sending Out Some Cool “Certificates of Participation” to Reservation Holders

Well, that’s what premium automakers do for their customers. The automaker has sent the first of several welcome packages and promotional materials to Taycan reservation holders, as the company inches closer to delivering the cars. “Certificates of Participation in the Taycan Deposit Option Program” have been mailed to buyers all across the world that have mangaed to find themselves in the waiting queue. Porsche sure knows how to make its
first e-car’s customers feel special.

PostHeaderIcon The 992-Gen 2021 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Will Remain Fully Aspirated and Feature a Surprise Upgrade

When it comes to track-proven performance, the Porsche 911 GT3 and GT3 RS are some of the most impressive nameplates around. Now, with the arrival of the new 992-generation 911 for the 2020 model year, the GT3 and GT3 RS are poised for an update, and as rumor has it the good times will keep on a’rolling with the same formula we know and love – power at the rear, as little weight as possible, and a high-strung six-cylinder for motivation. Even better is the suggestion that the Porsche’s lump of go will be a larger all-atmospheric six-cylinder, now with a few extra cc’s added on top.

PostHeaderIcon RUF Porsche CTR2

RUF builds some of the fastest modified Porsches in the world, cars altered so much that they are barely Porsches when the process reaches the end and the car is ready for delivery. Such a car is the CTR2, the replacement of the Yellowbird, a 993-based monster that could reach 215 mph in 1995, beating anything but the McLaren F1.

If you’re asked to name a few really fast cars of the ’90s images of the Lamborghini Diablo, the Bugatti EB110, or the Jaguar XJ220 would probably spring in your mind. Well, how many of you would think of a modified Porsche that could beat anything that Zuffenhausen had to offer, even the ludicrous race-bred 911 GT1? Yes, it’s the product of a tuner, but the cars built by Alois Ruf Jr., and his men have always been impeccably well-built. They also have an enviable record of humiliating established supercars over the years. The CTR2 is the bridge between the pure Nurburgring-slashing CTR and the mid-engined CTR3 that takes the ideas of the Carrera GT to another level.

PostHeaderIcon A 1997 RUF Porsche CTR2 with Pikes Peak History is Expected To Sell For $1.5 Million

RUF, the mad scientists from Germany who take usual Porsches and make them bonafide supercar-killers, built two special RUF CTR2s to humiliate other mortals at Hillclimb and circuit events. With 702 horsepower on tap, these Sport Prototype examples were probably the fastest road legal Porsches in the world in the late ’90s and, now, one is up for grabs at the upcoming Bonhams Paris sale on February 7th.

As far as supercars go, the RUF CTR2 is an unsung hero. Every car nut has heard of the mad CTR and its 213 mph F40-crushing top speed. Everyone has seen it being thrashed around the Nurburgring-Nordschleife in that period VHS video that might as well be one of the first ’viral’ automotive videos on the world-wide-web. But not too many people know about the CTR’s replacement, the CTR2.

RUF again built very few of these around the chassis of a 993 Turbo, so it’s unlikely you’ll ever see one. However, if you do, allow yourself a few moments to just gaze upon it while trying to breathe normally because this is automotive royalty although the bulbous bodywork could mislead you into thinking this is yet another weird tuning job from the ’90s.

PostHeaderIcon Porsche Taycan Gets Walter Röhrl’s Seal of Approval

We’re not quite sure how Porsche does it, but somehow they are always a few steps ahead of everyone else. That is regardless of the segment they play in, and whether they are making a sports car or SUV. Take the new and groundbreaking Porsche Taycan, for instance. This thing is going to take the electric car market by storm soon, knocking Tesla Model S on its American bottom.

While the Model S is, by any standard, a magnificent car with superb performance, great looks, and awesome capabilities, it is still too niche a car to be a success worldwide. That is the trump card of Porsche Taycan. Sure, this luxury electric sedan will probably be even more expensive than the Tesla. But because it comes from a mainstream manufacturer, and one with a great name no less, people are just going to want the Porch.

Now, some of may argue that comparing the Taycan and the Model S in term of looks is like comparing Susan Boyle to Cameron Diaz. And you would have a point there. But don’t discount the uniqueness of Porsche design. Granted, the early Panameras and Cayennes were a bit of a mess styling-wise. But these day pretty much every single car Porsche makes is a total looker. It may not appear so in press footage or even at first glance. But when you see one out there in the flesh after a while, it just works. We reckon that is going to be the case with the Taycan.

Another reason why believe Porsche Taycan will be the best of its kind when it arrive has to do with performance.  And what better proof of this car’s performance credentials than the seal of approval given to it by the Porsche man himself, Herr Walter Röhrl. The legend recently got to sample a pre-production of this car and he emerged from the experience completely blown away. True, he is a Porsche ambassador. But look at him. You think Röhrl is the kind of guy who would sing praises of a car like this if it’s anything less than amazing?

We waxed lyrical for so long about Porsche Taycan, we almost forgot to give you some figures. Based on the 800V structure, the electric super saloon will have 600 horsepower (440 kilowatts) in production guise along with 350 kW charging capacity. The car also offers 100 kilometers of driving range out of a four-minute charge, which is about as good as any fossil fuel car. Well, at least if they manage to create a decent charging network.

The post Porsche Taycan Gets Walter Röhrl’s Seal of Approval appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon EV-swapped Porsche 356 Speedster is actually a great idea

Now I don’t know about you, but I really like the idea of marrying classic sports car looks from the 1950s and 1960s with modern tech and electric powertrains. There’s really nothing wrong with that, no matter what some so-called purists might say because the resulting vehicle is faster, quieter, and greener than what you started out with.

PostHeaderIcon Wallpaper of the Day: 2020 Porsche 911 Cabriolet

Porsche has done wonders with the new 911, making it sportier and more attractive than ever. The interior is more advanced than ever before, includes a new infotainment system, and a steering wheel that was inspired by none other than the 918 Spyder. Even the oily bits under the hood took on a sizeable update with the Carrera S delivering 443 horsepower and 390 pound-feet of torque. It’ll get to 60 mph in as fast as 3.6 seconds when properly configured. Tie all of this together, and you have one commanding, desirable package. It’s not up for delivery quite yet, but we’ve featured it as our wallpaper of the day to help hold you over until you can take delivery of your own fine example.

PostHeaderIcon Porsche 911 Cabriolet

The 992-generation Porsche 911 arrived in 2018, replacing the old 991 model after seven years on the market. The Cabriolet version joined the lineup in January 2019, just ahead of the Detroit Auto Show. The drop-top shares everything from the design to its underpinnings with the coupe.

Notable highlights for the new generation include vintage-inspired design cues, a wider body, new technology, and a revised turbocharged engine. Just like the coupe, the Cabriolet debuted in Carrera S trim, but more models will be added later on. The newly designed soft-top is lighter and folds much quicker than its predecessor.

PostHeaderIcon Is The New Porsche 911 Cabriolet The Best-Looking Yet?

The Porsche 911 has such a great variety of flavors these days that Porsche cannot wait for one new model to get its feet grounded before releasing another one. That is the case with the new Porsche 911 Cabriolet which comes only a few weeks after the coupe was unveiled. So if you had set your mind on a new 992 Coupe, you may want to reconsider now.

Apart from the fact that that’s consumerism at its most blatant, we think you should indeed pick the new Porsche 911 Cabriolet over the hardtop counterpart. And the reason for that is we reckon this new 911 Cab is the best looking version of its breed, and quite possibly one of the finest open top 911s ever built. That’s curious, because as any objective observer will tell you, the changes over the previous generation are quite insignificant. But there is something about the looks of this car that just does it for us. It looks nice and round and chiseled from every angle. It is, simply put, fab!

I guess the best thing about the new Porsche 911 Cabriolet is the stance. You just have to look at the side profile to concur this car is as well proportioned as Megan Fox’s face, or Marilyn Monroe’s breasts, whichever works better for you. The wide rear arches, the unadorned doors and fenders, and the slim nose, put together they result in one sweet and sophisticated design that is both sexy and elegant, slutty and dignified. Add to that the new ultra-modern rear fascia with those unique lights and you end up with a design that is hard to fault, at least as far as 911 design goes.

But Porsches are about a lot more than appearance, and I suppose it would be wrong to talk about a new 911 without delving a little into its technical brilliance. As with the new 992 Coupe, the 922 Cabriolet features a turbocharged flat-six with 450 PS and 530 Nm of torque. That is with the Carrera S model which is the launch version. With that oomph the car accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds (with optional Sport Chrono Package: 3.7 seconds) and can reach speeds up to 306 km/h. The Carrera 4S attains a top speed of 304 km/h and achieves 0-100 km/h in 3.8 seconds (with optional Sport Chrono Package: 3.6 seconds).

As for the roof mechanism, you get a soft top with an integrated real glass rear window. It can be opened or closed at speeds up to 50 km/h, and takes only twelve seconds to complete its operation, which makes it one of the fastest roofs in the world. All things considered, the four-wheel-drive C4S version of the 922 Cab is a car for every opportunity. It does everything, and does everything brilliantly. Granted, it’s a bit costly at 134,405 euros for the CS and 142,259 euros for the C4S. But it’s worth it.










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PostHeaderIcon The New 2020 Porsche 911 Cabriolet Can Go Topless in Just 12 Seconds

Following the debut of the 2020 Porsche 911 at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show, Stuttgart is dropping the top with the new 2020 911 Cabriolet, and it’s bringing all the good stuff as the hardtop, plus a few unique features to help you better enjoy the extra headroom.

PostHeaderIcon Someone LS-Swapped a Porsche 944 and We’re Not Even Mad

Wait a bit until you bemoan yet another article about an LS swap! This isn’t just another LS-swapped, tire-crushing machine. This 944 with 800 horsepower at the wheels is a turbocharged drift beast that just so happened to be wrapped in multi-colored Christmas lights for the holiday season. If not for the LS2 V-8 howling in anger, the video would almost feel too peaceful!

What’s the wheeled announcer of Christmas? You may be thinking about those old-school Coca-Cola trucks but here’s something that’s more in tune with what us, car guys, like: an insanely powerful Porsche 944 that went from a punny 150 horsepower to about 900,
which means it can now break your neck when you put your foot down. It can also drive (with some degree) of civility and graciously park next to a Christmas tree, like in the video below that has amassed almost 15,000 views on YouTube in a couple of weeks.

PostHeaderIcon 11 Little-Known Facts About the 2019 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport

Although the latest mid-engined Porsche 718 cars debuted only with turbocharged four-cylinder engines, the secret work on the 718 Cayman GT4 with an N/A engine was going strong somewhere in the bowels of the Stuttgart car giant. The first, track-focused and NOT road-going 718 Cayman GT4, dubbed the Clubsport, only recently released the howl of its 3.8-liter N/A engine to the world.

And it is an epic moment.

We got ourselves a first look at the one of the most stunning racing cars that ever were. In two guises – the 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport Trackday for amateur racers, and the 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport Competition for pros.

Both of them adopted the glorious racing pedigree of the Porsche 911 GT3 cars and basically took over some of its technology. Then, Porsche gifted them with a whole set of additions that considerably changed their nature compared with to the standard 718 Cayman. Finally, the718 GT4 Clubsportgives us a glimpse into what the real, road-going 718 Cayman GT4 will be like. Yup, it’s coming. Probably not with the naturally aspirated six-cylinder, though. Disappointed?

Now, I will sink deep into the intricacies of the latest 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport and reveal some facts you probably did not know at all.

PostHeaderIcon Save Your Marriage and Get Your Husband This Lego Technic Porsche 911 RSR as a Late Christmas Present

Two years after Lego recreated the Porsche 911 GT3 RS in stunning fashion as part of thelarge-scale Technic collection, its race-going brother joins the fleet. Welcome to the 911 GT3 RSR by Lego Technic, with most of the aero insanity seen on the real thing recreated in model form.

Porsche’s 911 RSR is a menacing machine, one capable of taking on the world’s best in GT racing and beating them all with ease, as it did at last year’s edition of the Le Mans 24 Hours. Now, you can purchase a downsized version with a similar level of complexity, in keeping with the proportions, at a much-reduced premium and without having to contact a professional team of engineers to put it together.

PostHeaderIcon Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport

The Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport is a track-only version of the 718 Cayman developed for customer use. It replaces GT4 Clubsport that Porsche introduced in 2015 and represents a notable update over the outgoing model. Unlike its predecessor, it’s offered in two distinct versions: Trackday and Competition. The GT4 Clubsport Trackday was built specifically for amateur racing drivers that like to spend weekends at the race track without participating in FIA events. The Competition model features a more complex suspension system, and it’s a direct replacement for the old GT4 Clubsport, as it is eligible for GT4-spec competitions in Europe, North America, and Asia. According to Porsche, the new race car features improved driveability, and it’s capable of quicker lap times.

PostHeaderIcon The 2019 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport is Here and the German Competition Should be Scared

Porsche’s new Cayman GT4 Clubsport comes with the same 3.8-liter boxer engine that’s capable of 425 horsepower thanks to a new intake manifold and a six-speed PDK dual-clutch gearbox. All of which, by the way, is hidden underneath an aluminum body that’s strikingly similar to the 2015 model, save for a bigger rear wing and a more aggressive splitter up front. Two versions will be available: a track day one and another that’s suited for full-blown competition.

The GT4 category in circuit racing has been burgeoning in the past few years. A decade ago, puny BMW Z4s, Nissan 350Zs or other sports cars with a virtually showroom-stock appearance to them romped away in this category. Now, however, things are vastly different. Huge automakers have put their money where their mouths were and invested in highly-advanced racing cars to race in this revamped category that, while still a step below GT3, is very serious indeed but still friendly enough to cater for gentleman drivers.

PostHeaderIcon Official: 2019 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport

Some of you may remember back when the Porsche Cayman first came out people made the same jokes about it as they did with the Boxster. They used to say the only reason to get this diet, discount Porsche is because you can’t afford a 911. By the same token, you can say the only reason to get the new Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport is because you can’t afford a 911 GT3 RS. 

But that’s missing the point. 2019 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport is not meant to be an alternative for the top dog road car. It is a through and through track car, built for those who want a no-compromise racing car they can have a lot of fun with over the weekend. So yes, it’s a toy, essentially. But as far as toys go, it’s a good one. The new Cayman GT4 is also wiser and more “sustainable” in Porsche’s own words. That is fantastic, since the kind of people who can afford to spend top dollar on a track toy are usually the type who like to show off everything, even moral fiber.

So next time you get together with your Cheshire motoring club mates for a track day, you can boast that your Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 features body parts made of natural-fibre composite material. Granted, they are limited to the doors and the rear wing, and no, the engine is not a hybrid or anything. In fact, the 3.8 liter flat-six is even beefier than before with an extra 40 horsepower. But the very phrase “natural-fibre” has a nice, environmental tone about it. And that’s enough for most people.

The 2019 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport comes in two “Trackday” and “Competition” variants. The former is for the more novice gentleman driver, whereas the latter is aimed at the more experienced drivers. That is why the Trackday costs 134,000 EUR, and the Competition 157,000 EUR. They share a 425 horsepower flat-six engine, Porsche dual-clutch gearbox with six gears and mechanical rear axle differential lock. Where they differ is in terms of track equipment, where the Competition benefits from larger fuel tank, integrated air jack system, and quick release steering wheel from 911 GT3 R.

What “Clubsport” models represent is the true essence of Porsche. If you are a real Porsche aficionado you should steer clear of the road-going sports model. Just get a Cayenne or a Panamera for daily driving, and a Cayman GT4 or a track version of the 911 for driving fun. A regular Cayman is like a fine cigarette, whereas this Clubsport model is a full Churchill-sized Cuban cigar paired with a double espresso!










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