The BMW M4 GTS has just been announced and it’s BMW M’s most hardcore vehicle. But it’s also one of BMW’s most expensive vehicles. At 142,000 Euros (roughly $160,000 US), only the BMW i8 is more expensive. The M4 GTS however, is also one of BMW’s fastest and most track-ready cars. With 493 hp, a 0-60 mph time of 3.7…
When the Porsche Cayman GT4 came around earlier this year, there were whispers that the new car could outshine the 911 GT3. With only the option of a manual transmission, the GT4 entered the scene boasting 385 horsepower and top speed of 183 mph. The car does borrow from its Porsche relative, the 911, by virtue of its
Okay, we get it. Cars are fun, the suburbs are boring. But these two pinheads are driving recklessly, almost ruining two beautiful cars, and not even really looking that cool doing it:
What’s that you say? Porsche doesn’t make a turbo 911 GT3? That’s true — Jeff Zwart did.
That’s one way to win a trackday, bro.
The Porsche 911 GT3 is a beast, wailing down the road with an incredible 9000 RPM engine. In terms of suspension refinement and adjustability, though, it might be one-upped by its little sibling, the Cayman GT4. Here's how.
Pirelli World Challenge features one of the most diverse fields of sportscars in America. The Pirelli GT3 Cup Trophy (read: all wonderful Porsche Cup cars) is running this weekend, too. Patrick and I will be covering the event all weekend long, and here's why you should pay attention (even from home).
There's some great news from Mattel for parents who like to live vicariously through their kids and long ago had to trade their sports car dreams for a practical, spacious minivan. It's been almost a quarter century since Power Wheels offered a Porsche option, but come October kids aged three and older will be able to…
Forget the three old chaps over at Top Gear, as it is clear now that our very own Chris Harris is the luckiest guy in the world. Here are two Ferraris, two Porsches, an Aston Martin, a BMW and a very special Renault to prove that.
From day one, the stripped-out, competition-focused Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 has drawn comparisons with the Porsche 911 GT3. They're mean, no-frills, naturally aspirated beasts; hyper-evolved modern versions of legends built with track days in mind and little else.
[Question: why do I suddenly want a fried-egg headlight 996 GT3? Photo Credit: Porsche]
I recently had the opportunity to spend a day behind the wheel of a Porsche 911 GT3. It was an excellent experience, and I highly recommend picking one up, assuming that you are completely out of your mind.
The comparison between a Porsche 911 GT3 RS and the new Camaro Z/28 seems as ridiculous as Chevy actually making a track day car out of the Camaro, but it actually makes some sense. The Z/28 is one of the only track day cars that you can still buy with a manual gearbox.
The Queen of the Nürburgring loves her personal Porsche 997 GT3 RS. But how does it stack up against the new 991 GT3? Only one way to find out: drag race.
People talk way more smack about the 996 generation of Porsche 911 than they should. Sure, it's kind of ugly. And large. And it represented the biggest break from tradition the brand has ever seen. But it could certainly perform, especially in 911 GT3 guise. The question is: Can the new Porsche Cayman GTS do it better?