Active aerodynamics are nothing new to Porsche. They started testing such technology at least as early as the 906 program and really moved things forward with the 908 (cars like the 908LH Flunder were a study in active aero). Fast forward to today and almost every Porsche sports car or sedan you can think of has some type of "active aero". …Continue to the full article
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Are These The 5 Best Wings Porsche Has Ever Designed?
The wings and spoilers on Porsches were always meant to be functional. They're part of an entire system of aerodynamic grip, that works in conjunction with mechanical grip (suspension and tires) to allow your Porsche to go faster. To go faster you need power and a Porsche's engine produces plenty of that. However, there's a limit to how much …Continue to the full article
Is This The Worst Spoiler You’ve Ever Seen on a Porsche?
Is this not THE worst spoiler you have ever seen on a Porsche? This 1980 Porsche 911 recently came up for sale on craigslist in Easton, CT. There aren't a ton of details available in the listing, but the seller is asking $22,000 for what is described as 1980 Porsche 911 SC Targa in silver with black interior. He goes on to say that the paint is …Continue to the full article