This is Not a PCA event Over 50 Porsche where on display at last years event. Click here From 356 to 2018 911 Targa More details to follow.
A spectacular classic car exhibit called ‘The Porsche Effect’, currently running at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California, celebrates 70 years of Porsche’s production and racing cars. The exhibit will continue through April 21, 2019. © Provided by Autofile Click for some photos (external link)
Who wishes to spend a weekend in Atlanta at the Porsche Experience Center and drive some of Porsches best? I see the odd hand go up, OK. I was one of those who were on the fence but if your lovely wife makes it a birthday present you can’t say no. And after thinking about…
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What’s the Best German Supercar You Can Buy? Germany is responsible for some of the most spectacular supercars on the planet. Which do you like the most? read more
“Porsche will remain Porsche” The story of a brand: from a small company to the industry’s most profitable automotive manufacturer. 70 years of Porsche sports cars, Porsche press information, 03/19/2018, Porsche AG PDF format
Late last year, Porsche CEO Oliver Blume divulged to Automotive News that his company wants to make a plug-in hybrid 911. Although he did….. Read more
PORSCHE Original Fuel Jerrican with Script Crest Logo & PORSCHE Shop Rag SPECIAL NOTE ON AVAILABILITY: This item cannot be purchased from any Porsche dealer in North America. The dealer is “blocked” from being able to place an order. You must get it here. MADE in GERMANY, this piece features the ever popular RED Porsche script…
Hear the word Porsche, and your mind immediately goes to the 911. It’s the company’s most iconic model, responsible for making it one of the most popular sports car manufacturers out there. But Porsche has made other cars too, some of which might actually be better than the 911. read more (external)
Porsche fits its sports cars with some of the best braking systems in the automotive world. Even its entry-level steel rotor setup on a base-model 911 would shame most full-blooded race cars of a decade ago but, like race brakes, they tend to make noise during normal operation. Porsche is apparently really tired of hearing over-monied enthusiasts whine…