Top Gear’s new American presenter got a 1984 Nissan pickup truck from his dad as a first car, but since then he’s been stepping up his game, going through a couple of Ferraris before settling for a very scary Porsche. He also finds rear-engined cars to be the fastest.
What could make a wide-hipped, big-winged classic Porsche 911 even better? Situating it within a bright red outline of itself. It’s like a magical halo of Bruce.
In the car world today, nothing is more desirable than a vintage Porsche 911. And this owner knows it.
Here’s Patrick Simon driving the Rothmans Porsche 911 SCRS at the snowy Grand-Prix circuit of the Nürburgring. The lucky bastard.
The No. 73 Park Place Motorsports Porsche 911 somehow got routed through the infield access roads to reach its own garage for service. Patrick Lindsey had to be push-started before heading in for repairs, at which point he battled several fans’ cars for position.
The new Porsche 718 Boxster and 718 Boxster S get more than just a number attached to their names. The cars are getting new suspension, brakes, styling tweaks, and dropping six-cylinder engines for four.
The Porsche is a popular choice for Lego enthusiasts looking to test their modelling skills, but leave it to the toymaker’s official builders to absolutely nail the curves and contours that make the 911 so recognizable on this new Technic set.
I guess the best thing about a Porsche 996 RSR is that with a little effort, you can turn one into the most hardcore road legal GT3 RS ever. With a six-speed manual, naturally.
Driving old cars can be a mixed bag. On one hand, they tend to be nice to look at and fun to see how “things used to be.” On the other hand, they tend to be mechanically temperamental and lacking relative to what we may be accustomed to in terms of performance and handling.
It’s miserable outside in a large chunk of the country right now, but shh. Hush, child. That’s okay. Even if you lack the vast expanse to lay down snow-nuts, we’ve got this strangely peaceful footage of a Porsche Cayenne drifting in the snow. Stare deep into the abyss of this b-roll and be at one with the cold.
Porsche 911s are more commonly seen in sportscar racing series today, so it may come as a surprise that the first 911 Porsche ever raced participated in the Rallye Monte-Carlo—an event that is now part of the grueling World Rally Championship! Yes, Porsche 911s even look fantastic with a spotlight for a hat.
With one of the most historic car cultures on earth, Germany is a hotbed for automotive goodness, and their museums are incredible. Here’s a look at four of them: Porsche, Audi, BMW and Mercedes.
Watch a Porsche 356 Speedster and Boxster Spyder do absolutely nothing. It’s the most relaxing thing I’ve done in a while.
With all that NBC and Sony money coming in, we wonder: Does Jerry Seinfeld need space the for something even more special in his garage? Either way, if you’re in the market for a Porsche 550 Spyder, a 356 A 1500 GS/GT Carrera Speedster or a 911 Carrera 3.0 IROC RSR, prepare your bank account for a diet.
Welcome to Paper Jam, the feature where we highlight the best automotive advertisements from the past! Print might be nearly dead, but our scanners are just getting warmed up.
This Porsche 918 Spyder at the Porsche Driving Experience in Finland is the most magnificent “winter beater” I’ve ever seen. At this point, you’re literally beating winter in the face with 887 horsepower and 944 lb.-ft. of torque.
[The lovely Porsche-hauling Porsche Cayenne wasn’t Porsche’s first off-roader. Look at that sweet tractor in front of racing legend Walter Röhrl. Of course the Cayenne is related to a tractor that can tackle the Nürburgring. Photo credit: Porsche]
An Audi R8 V10 Plus and a Porsche 911 Turbo drive into a drag race... and one completely destroys the other. No, that wasn’t the punchline to a joke. It actually happened.