The first commercially available vehicle from electric car company Kreisel is a replica of the legendary Porsche 910’s street-legal version. The Kreisel Evex Porsche 910e goes from 0 to 62mph in 2.5s, tops out at 186mph and has a 217mi range. The price? $1.06 million.
Hot on the heels of the redesigned Panamera, Porsche has dropped this bombshell – a station wagon version of the luxury sports sedan, with engines from 330 to 550 hp, along with seating for 5 and increased luggage space. Unlike most wagons, this one is coming to the US.
911 customizer Singer shows off one of its latest finished jobs. Based on a 964, the Luxemburg – named after the customer’s home town – has a 4L flat-six engine that produces up to 390hp, a removable carbon fiber hard top and a beautiful orange paint job and leather interior.
During last year’s Porsche Carrera Cup France, a bizarre accident occurred right after the start of the race, as one car spun around in tight traffic, and another drove right up onto its hood. The result: The world’s first double-decker Porsche.
An obsessively designed 1:8 scale model of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS. The 2,700pc model has a dual-clutch gearbox w/working paddle shifters, moving engine pistons, exclusive rims and tires, and a plate laser-etched with a serial number unique to each copy. Drops 6/1/16 for $300.
The ultimate purist’s 911 features the 4.0L flat-six engine from the 911 GT3 RS, offering up an impressive 500 horses, an 8,250 RPM redline, a manual gearbox, an automated wing, and a top speed of 200 mph. Goes from 0-to-60 in just 3.7s, and sounds spectacular getting there.
Updated from head to toe, nearly every component on the new Boxster and Boxster S has been revamped, including a new flat-four turbo engine that cranks out 300hp on the base, and 350hp on the S. Choose from a 6-speed manual or 7-speed PDK automatic gearbox.
You’d think the Nürburgring wasn’t exactly a good place to drive in the snow, but the green hell looks like it’s just as much fun when it’s covered with white stuff, as demonstrated in this video of a classic 911 being drifted around the track by driver Patrick Simon.
Porsche Design integrated the rear silencer and twin tailpipes from a 911 GT3 into a 200W 2.1 Dolby surround sound system such that they now amplify sound instead of dampening it. The speaker has a subwoofer output and Bluetooth, RCA, coaxial and optical inputs.
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