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.
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The new Panamera gets a serious makeover from its previous gen’s ugly duckling looks. Not only does the car look like a proper Porsche, but it can go around the Nürburgring in 7:38 in its V8 twin-turbo variant, cranking out 550hp. Its clean, high-tech interior is stunning too.
Petrolicious recently shot a great documentary about a race-winning Porsche 718 RS 60, and its driver Derek Bell. Now, they’ve posted what is possibly the best bit – a five minute reel of Bell driving the classic Porsche at speed that makes us feel like we’re riding in the car with him.
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.
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.
While they didn’t NEED more power, Porsche gave them some anyhow. An extra 20hp pushes the 911 Turbo to 540hp and the Turbo S to 580hp, launching the Turbo to 60 in 2.9s and the Turbo S in 2.8s. The coupe and cabrio get refined body styling and new 20″ wheels.
The Supercar Driver has pulled off the impossible: gathering the Ferrari LaFerrari, McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 Spyder in one place. They were able to pull it off thanks to Paul Bailey, the high roller who owns one of each hybrid supercar. Place your bets!
Porsche stomps on Tesla’s hallowed ground, revealing its own all-electric sedan, capable of launching its occupants from 0-to-62mph in 3.5 seconds thanks to a 600hp all-wheel drivetrain. Driving range: ~310 mi, and an 80% charge in 15 minutes… Assuming it ever gets produced.
The new Carrera has some visual refinements, like new headlamps and rear deck vents, but the big story is the 420 hp, twin-turbo flat-six in the Carrera S, and the 370 hp version in the base. Add PDK and Sport Chrono to do 0-to-60 in just 3.7s in the S, and 4.0s in the base.
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