Porsche and Autocar magazine recently set a massive collection of new distance records for electric vehicles with a pair of Taycans, one Turbo S and one 4S. A crew of drivers and engineers set upon the legendary Brands Hatch circuit with a methodical pace to work toward thirteen new records! Basically running from sun up to sundown at the British …Continue to the full article
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How Is The Cayman T Better Than the Base Cayman?
Aimed at people who love driving, the Cayman T brings all the handling options available for a better price. In other words, it offers better value for a pre-selected set of upgrades catered to the discerning canyon carver. Like its bigger sibling, the Cayman T is an old-school approach for those who simply want to dance more intimately with their …Continue to the full article
GT2 RS Proves More Civil Than Imagined
I have to be honest. The first few times I watched Matt Prior's reviews, I felt a little underwhelmed. Here was a middle-aged man with a gift for language, seated behind the alcantara-wrapped wheel of an exciting sports car, and somehow he made this divine piece of machinery seem clinical, bland, and practical. Yet, the more I listen to him, the …Continue to the full article
Porsche 718 S vs Lotus Elise Cup 250. Which Is The Better Driver’s Car?
Lots of times, the Porsche comparisons we see online don't make sense. Recently, however, Autocar put a Porsche 718 S head-to-head against a Lotus Elise Cup 250. While the two cars have a 400 kilo difference in weight (the Boxster weighs 1355 kilos to the Lotus' 921 kilos) their weight to power ratio is nearly identical (Boxster = 1355 kilos / …Continue to the full article