Call me crazy, but I believe if you’re going to do a long road trip, you should do it in some style. So I’m driving this tastefully touched-up Porsche 964 from Austin to Los Angeles this weekend. I’m going to enjoy it immensely.
Racing driver Leh Keen has been building amazing Safari 911s for a while now, so he got a whole crew of lifted 911 owners together to do a fun road trip/off-pavement excursion called the Keen Project Appalachian Adventure. Of course, if you have a Safari Porsche 911 built for apocalypse duty, you know what to do: send…
The Nürburgring 24 Hours was the most insane car party I’ve ever been to, but behind all the wild campgrounds, there was still a race going on. Manthey Racing driver Laurens Vanthoor set a new pole-winning lap record for the Nürburgring 24 Hours in the No. 911 Porsche 911 GT3 R, and hot dang, it is fast.
The 2018 Porsche 911 Carrera T is like a Ghost of Good Cars Past. Except it’s real, and here to restore your faith in the current state of cars. This is the new lightweight 911 and it’s easy to enjoy but difficult to master. It’s a little too intense for casual use and pretty much the perfect modern Porsche.
If there are two things that are in abundance in racing, it’s GT3 cars and Porsche 911s. Eight of the 29 cars in the top class at this weekend’s Nürburgring 24 Hours are 911 GT3 Rs, so this was as good a place as any to unveil the new 2019 version. It’s meant to be faster and easier to drive than ever, which of course…
By now, we hope you’ve read and thoroughly enjoyed our man Robb Holland’s take on the beastly 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS. It’s a great car, and I myself am buying five. But what’s even better is the photography that accompanied this press launch—photography so good I had to share it with you all.
For those who say a Porsche 911 Carrera S, GTS, Turbo or Turbo S are simply not enough, there are the GT2 and GT3 models. They’re insane, overpowered, meant for the race track and come with the six-figure price tags to match. And the 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS, somehow, is on a whole other level.
Singer Vehicle Design, the California company that restores and “reimagines” older Porsche 911s to where they’re some of the most desirable vehicles ever cooled by air, just released images of its latest work. And the “Mulholland” car is the wildest one yet.
Automotive YouTube is a deep, unseemly pool of hucksters, show-offs and superbrains locked somewhere inside a 25-minute video no soul has ever finished. What’s worse than being an automotive YouTuber, though? Being an automotive YouTuber who also scams old people out of their pensions.
The 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 RS gets 520 horsepower from its naturally-aspirated flat six, which is a glorious thing. It’s no surprise that it’s also a track monster, completing the 12.9-mile Nürburgring in a blazing 6:56.4.
This is what Porsche calls the “Porsche Lego Big Brick 911 Turbo 3.0,” which is based off of a real car and has a name that’s just as complicated as most other real Porsche cars have. Porsche calls this Lego rendition “unique,” but all I can see when I look at it is a homicidal cartoon frog that’s also a battle car.
The Hill Country Rallye is an annual gathering for aircooled Porsches on the twisty roads of central Texas, and this year’s event brought out 130 of the best cars on the planet. Even with one of the most coveted cars on the planet, the siren song of a gravel parking lot must be answered.
If you looked at the test mule above and went, “Oh, that’s just another Porsche 911,” then you’d be right. It definitely is another Porsche 911, but it’s also probably the new 992-generation 911.
If you have the chance to experience the magic of Monterey car week in something like a 1972 Porsche 911, it’s best that you take the scenic route.
In a world of constant change, the Porsche 911 is our rock. Our foundation. Our guiding North Star as the darkness threatens to surround us completely. No matter what happens, it will always be there to give us premium speed, good noises and a flat-six engine in the back. But as an all-new one looms, even Porsche…
We got a new Porsche 911 GT3, a new GT2 RS, and we’ve come circle back to the new 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS, which is now the most powerful naturally aspirated road-legal 911 ever painted this alarming shade of lime green.
An Instagram post from a user named ninastegmaier (since deleted) appears to show what sure as hell looks like the next-generation Porsche 911, the 992. Like all 911 revisions, the aesthetic changes are fairly subtle and evolutionary, but this is clearly not the current 911.
Turbochargers are good and nice, but they’re everywhere these days, from humble midsize sedans all the way up to the supercars. That’s what makes the Porsche 911 GT3 RS so special: it puts out a certifiably insane amount of power from just six cylinders, all with no turbos. Now for 2018, it’s getting what we all…
I know we like to say that the racing year in United States starts with a bang, but we meant the figurative “bang” that is one of the world’s toughest day-long races. Not a physical bang caused by crashing out on the formation lap.
I probably don’t need to tell you guys this, but frozen lake/ice driving is super fun! You should definitely go do it if you get the chance. And doing it in a very expensive Porsche 964 rally car? I’ve got some new goals after seeing this.