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Porsche Introduces Rear Seat Entertainment Option For Cayenne, Macan and Panamera

Porsche Rear Seat Entertainment System

Growing up, our version of "rear seat entertainment" was a good game of Punch Buggy or I Spy. Today, it seems kids can't get out the driveway before firing up some type of electronic device. Hell, I've almost driven off the road myself after getting caught up in a movie playing on the rear seat screen in the minivan in front of me. I can't speak …

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Porsche Classic Offers Navigation Retrofit For Air-Cooled 911s And Other Models

interior of a classic 911 with navigation radio from Porsche Classic

Until now, if you wanted the convenience of a head-unit that offered navigation, Bluetooth and iPod/iPhone connectivity in your classic Porsche your choices were quite limited. Sure, you could cobble together a system using your phone, mounts, stand-alone GPS devices and alternative head-units, but in doing so you lose that all important factory …

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New Video From Porsche Explains The Sport Chrono Package

video explaining Porsches Sports Chrono Option

We're constantly being asked from readers about the features and benefits of various options available from Porsche. Perhaps the one most commonly asked about is the Sport Chrono Package. What does it do? What does it include? Is it worth the cost? The video below does a great job of answering the first two questions. Is it worth the …

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The Evolution of Porsche Keys

animation of Porsche keys through the years

For Porsche owners, the key to our beloved car is just as iconic as the car itself. If you're fortunate enough to be a multi-Porsche family (especially a family with varying generations of Porsches) then you know the look and shape of the key alone is enough to help you pick the right key for the right Porsche every time you head out for a drive. …

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Here’s How Porsche’s Rear Wheel Steering Works

video explaining Porsche's rear wheel steering

Up until now, all we've really seen about the rear wheel steering on Porsche's newest top end 911s is canned material. Yesterday, Elephant Racing posted this short little video below. In it you can see the active rear steering feature on the GT3 function while on a lift with the tires off. Fitted as a standard option on each new Porsche …

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What Do You Think These Leaked Patent Images From Porsche Show?

porsche wind deflector patent leak

Earlier today 4WheelNews published a story including images purporting to be patent sketches of a new removable wind deflector by Porsche. From what we can see I'm not sure I understand the use or if they are wind deflectors at all. The current wind deflector in the 991 cabriolet works perfect and at the touch of a button. Why would …

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New Details about Charging Technology for Porsche Models with Plug-in Hybrid Drive


Porsche is implementing a unique, integrated universal charging solution in conjunction with the introduction of the new 2014 Panamera S E Hybrid - which celebrated its world premiere at the 2013 Shanghai Auto Show. This solution covers all aspects of electric driving - from charging accessories to installation of infrastructure and even partial …

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Ever Wonder How Porsche’s Ceramic Composite Brake Discs (PCCB) are Made?

Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes on a 2011 Turbo S

Whenever I walk up to our 993 the first thing my eye is drawn to are those "Big Red" brakes by Brembo. Now, on a lot of newer Porsches you'll see yellow calipers glowing behind the wheels. The yellow color calls out ceramic composite brakes and lets you know that particular Porsche can stop pretty damn quick. If you ever wondered what these …

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Porsche Unveils New Technology That Integrates Web Content with Your Porsche

aha pcm app

Porsche announced today the integration of Aha™ (a unit of HARMAN International Industries) as part of a new Online Services option. According to the release, Aha is a free service that seamlessly organizes and integrates your favorite content from the web between your phone and car, so you can easily access it wherever you go, including in your …

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Can’t Remember Where You Parked Your Porsche? There’s an App for That!

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In conjunction with the unveiling of the Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo at the Paris Motor Show, Porsche has launched a new microsite with pictures, information and details on what we think is one of the sexiest looking station wagons this side of our 1963 Ford Country Squire. In browsing through Porsche's offering we noted something …

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