has revealed the second generation of 911 Carrera GTS models. The GTS models are available as coupe and cabriolet versions, with rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. These new models bridge the gap between the 911 Carrera S and race track tested 911 GT3. Several technical features heighten dynamic performance and driving pleasure, including the 430 horsepower engine from the Carrera S Powerkit which incorporates the Sport Chrono package and Sport Exhaust.… Continue reading →
has given the massive Cayenne a “baby” SUV sibling with the name “Macan”, which was presented last November and is being marketed since the spring season. If the hybrid extreme athlete 918 Spyder that was manufactured in limited edition is not included, the current type portfolio of the manufacturer from Zuffenhausen now counts to a total of six model series: Boxster, Cayman, 911, Panamera, Cayenne and the new Macan.… Continue reading →
Porsche today announces the new generation of the Cayenne, the key characteristics of which include sharper design, boosted efficiency and an extensive breadth of standard features. As a sports car among sport utility vehicles (SUVs), besides offering five seats and extensive features, the Cayenne offers a lot of room for a lot of driving fun; combining high performance and typical Porsche design DNA.… Continue reading →
Over four decades, the reputation of the Porsche 911 Turbo as a technology showcase combining the virtues of a circuit race car with those of an everyday road car has consistently reached new heights. Since it first went on sale in 1974, the Porsche 911 Turbo has become revered by car enthusiasts and is renowned as a benchmark high performance sports coupé.… Continue reading →
and Porsche Cayman will be offered for the first time in brand’s history as GTS models. This basically means that they will feature more powerful engines and additional standard performance equipment.
What visually differs the models from the “standard” ones is not only the badge but also the unique front and rear fascias, blacked out Bi-XenonTM headlights with the Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS), 20-inch Carrera S wheels and a sport exhaust system with black tailpipes.… Continue reading →
is definitely a car worth reviewing, since it is exclusively hot by being the latest project of the tuners at Vorsteiner. 911 Turbo S is exciting enough and it doesn’t need any tuning to grab the hearts and minds of many.
However there are some people who need to be distinctive and for this reason, tuners such as the present case, design simple ways to enhance astonishing vehicles as this one.… Continue reading →
Porsche 911 Targa 4 and 4S have just made an official debut at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. These models are the first to mix the classic Targa concept with cutting edge, innovative roof technology.
As one can see the new models feature the distinctive Targa roof bar, a movable front roof section, and a wraparound rear window.… Continue reading →
The Porsche 911, the first presentation of which dates from the year 1963, i.e. meanwhile fifty (!) years ago, has indeed nothing lost of its myth. Thus it is not at all surprising that it is now available in its seventh generation, namely since September 2011 under the designation 991. But the KTW Tuning team from Hildesheim, Germany, shows that it is nevertheless possible to considerably optimize this nearly perfect bolide.… Continue reading →