The wheels-falling-off-of-Porsche 911 GT3 problem we took note of last year appears to have grabbed the attention of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Beginning this month, 455 2010 911 GT3s will be recalled for a rear wheel hub defect that could cause rear wheel hub failure and, potentially, crashes.
Welcome to Sunday Matinee, where we highlight classic car reviews or other longer videos I find on YouTube. Kick back and enjoy this blast from the past.
Is this really Shaquille O'Neal's Porsche Panamera for sale? How many other guys named Shaq do you know who played in the NBA?
The other day, some fishermen went into the waters off of South China in order to catch some wonderful, wonderful fish. Instead, they got something large, heavy, and bloated.
Although some might say that the Porsche 914 was nothing but a bastard child made to replace the aging Porsche 912 and the VW Karmann-Ghia, we simply love its design, and the whole idea of a Porsche two-seater made for the masses... even if it only had 80 horsepower.
Shot in Beverly Hills, Calif., this video extolling the virtues of Porsche's design language for the Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo Concept and shows the car in its natural habitat. That's because Beverly Hills is one of those places where a Panamera is as omnipresent as a Camry is everywhere else.
The Porsche 959 needs no introduction. It's arguably the greatest Porsche ever made, the granddaddy of most modern supercars, and a legend in auto racing.
Really, he didn't, because he's dead. True story: Champion Motorsport of Pompano Beach, Florida does an annual art-car collabo for the mega artsy confab, Art Basel Miami Beach. This year the shop teamed with "neo-pop" artist Romero Britto on a new Porsche 911 Cabriolet (991). Whimsy. So much whimsy.
Welcome to Used Car Face Off, where we find two similar or similarly priced used cars and ask you which one you would buy. Choose wisely!
We've seen the new Porsche Cayman wearing camouflage. We've seen press pictures of the new car.
Last night, the first image of the brandidly new Porsche Cayman leaked out onto the interwebs. It looked just as we expected it to look, and that ain't a bad thing.
Who among us is living the dream like that Japanese man who drives a Porsche 962C? He fell in love with the car watching endurance racing in the 1980s, and when he got the chance to actually own one later in life, he went for it. And he doesn't just keep it sequestered in a garage, either — he drives it all over Japan.
A sneaky photographer managed to get a couple shots of the new Porsche Cayman before its release at the LA Auto Show at the end of this month.
Iconic is a tired word. In the past, it was reserved as a word of reverence for ground breakers and revolutionaries that radically transformed the future. You know, the icons.
Thanks to an expansion that included the Cayenne and the Panamera, Porsche is one of the most profitable automakers in the entire world. But that doesn't mean they are immune to Europe's financial crisis.
Cryptic reports have surfaced that Porsche is going to unveil a "new, small sports car" later this month at the LA Auto Show.
Welcome to Midnight Oil, where we keep you awake with pornographic images of cars that are sure to haunt your dreams.
In the past week, 20 owners of Porsche Panameras and Cayennes in Amsterdam have had their headlights stolen. The police suspect that the headlights are being stolen for use as grow lights for marijuana.