Ford currently produces eleven Mustang derivatives, and Chevrolet makes eight Corvette variants(both of these figures include the coupe and convertible variations of the same trim separately). That's a lot of choices from a nation known for customizing and individualization. Where variations on a theme are concerned, the Americans cannot be …Continue to the full article
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Driving 180 MPH On The Autobahn Is The Proof In The Porsche
Is there a better experience for a Porsche sports car than to take the unrestricted Autobahn to the Nürburgring, and then take the unrestricted Autobahn back home again when you're done? That's exactly what Everyday Driver European Correspondent Tom used this gorgeous 991.2 Carrera 4S to accomplish. Where I live, in Nevada, we have 85 mile per hour …Continue to the full article
Making The Analog Driver’s Case For Porsche’s Carrera T
The 991 Carrera T is, in a way, the anti-Porsche, or perhaps recalls the Porsche that Porsche used to be. As the company's sports car line continually focuses on quicker lap times at the expense of driver engagement, and the company's non-sports cars become ever more the focus of the sales floor, the Carrera T is anti-thematic for the brand in a …Continue to the full article
A Winter Waltz in a Porsche 911
Sliding sideways on a snowy test course while listening to Strauss. It's something many a sophisticated Porschephile imagines themselves doing, but often, they either lack the hardware, the setting, or the skills to make it happen. Well, vicarious experience is the second-best solution here, and thanks to a classic soundtrack, a beautiful 911, some …Continue to the full article
The 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera T Returns To Minimalist Roots
Petrolicious teamed up with Porsche for this video, featuring the guys from California Porsche Restoration, to detail the newly launched Porsche 911 Carrera T and how it connects with the history of the brand. The Dohertys, the folks who own and operate CPR, are extremely passionate about Porsche, and they have seriously credible opinions on the …Continue to the full article
Introducing the Porsche 911T. The Lightest Modern 911 Yet!
There are now eight families of 911. There are the Carreras, the GTS, the Targa 4, the Turbo, the Turbo S Exclusive Series, the GT3, the GT2 RS, and now the 911 T. If you count each body style family variant individually, there are now 23 distinct 911s to choose from. Where does the new 911 T fit in? It shares its 370 horsepower, turbocharged …Continue to the full article
Is the GT3 Touring Better Than a 911 R? Let’s See How They Compare.
In my eyes, Porsche has been on a roll lately just turning the dial on certain models just a bit. Does the Carrera S need to be turned to 11? Yes, of course, so we have the Carrera GTS. Could the GT3 benefit from being dialed back to 9.5? Again, yes. The new GT3 Touring fills that niche beautifully. When I first saw the GT3 Touring, I was a little …Continue to the full article
Matt Farah Drives the 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS
Have you driven a 991.2 with Porsche's newly turbocharged engine yet? If you haven't, you really should stop on by your local dealer and try one on for size. You'll be amazed at how non-turbo like these new turbos are. Sure, I know, how could it every be as good as a normally aspirated engine? What about Turbo lag, won't it bother me? The truth …Continue to the full article
What’s Right For You, An AWD 911 or RWD 911?
Porsche's web-site shows 20 different 911 models available (not including the 911 R) including the Carrera, Targa, Turbo, GTS and GT3. For the Carrera, Targa and GTS versions you can choose some version of all-wheel drive: Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa 4S, and so on. But how do you choose? What are the major differences between Porsche's all-wheel …Continue to the full article
On the road in Rod Emory’s 991 GT3 RS
It's odd to think of a Magnus Walker car as owing anything to a modern, watercooled Porsche. Placed side by side, Magnus' latest 964 owes a lot to the 991 GT3 RS. The two cars share their double-bubble roof and radiused fender louvers, along with unique RS-specification powerplants. Magnus' 964 may owe even more to the 991 in this video, as this …Continue to the full article
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