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Porsche stuns with Mission E Tesla competitor

September 15, 2015 |

Amongst all the pre-Frankfurt motor show ‘leaks’, Porsche has managed to keep its actual showpiece under wraps – until now. We thought turbocharged 911s were going to be the big thing from Zuffenhausen this year, but it turns out that … Read More

Facelift Porsche 911 revealed

September 7, 2015 |

Porsche has revealed details of much anticipated facelift for the 911 Carrera, due for official unveiling at next week’s Frankfurt Motor Show. Highlights of the update include a move to turbocharging, four-wheel steering and enhanced standard kit.

This might only … Read More

Porsche and Audi engine joint-venture

August 11, 2015 |

Audi and Porsche have entered into a joint-venture which will see the two sister companies developing a series of six and eight cylinder engines for they upcoming models.

The engines will be built on a 90-degree architecture and will all … Read More

Facelift Porsche 911 caught testing in our backyard

July 22, 2015 |

Porsche has released a series of images showing their engineers testing the latest generation 911, the 991 facelift, in Cape Town.

Where as some vehicle manufacturers see a facelift as a chance to change the angle on the front bumper, … Read More

New Porsche 911 GT to move away from lap times

June 4, 2015 |

Porsche could be adding a new 911 to the Carrera range that will target driver enjoyment as opposed to raw track times.

The objective of the car, still set to be a part of the GT sub-group, will be to … Read More

Porsche set to add GT5 nameplate

May 19, 2015 |

Porsche has registered the GT5 name at the German and European trademark office, feeding rumours that a new flagship model could be in the works.

Historically Porsche has used the ‘GT plus a number’ nomenclature to denote a car at … Read More

Porsche merges excitement with efficiency in cruise control

May 4, 2015 | | 5 Comments

Autonomous driving will soon be upon us. You need just look at the strides being made with adaptive cruise control to realise that: our most recent Mercedes-Benz S-Class test car was already able to steer itself (even though it got … Read More

Lotus entering SUV crossover market

April 29, 2015 |

Lotus is set to enter the lucrative SUV crossover market as the British brand tries to further improve sales.

The proposed crossover, we are told, will still be true to the Lotus name, and will outshine its competition by combining … Read More

Carrera engine for second-generation Boxster Spyder

April 1, 2015 |

Porsche has revealed that a second generation of the Boxster Spyder will be joining its entry-level platform, and that it will be the most powerful Boxster to date.

As with the new Cayman GT4, the additional power will come from … Read More

McLaren unleashes 570S ‘budget’ sports car

March 31, 2015 |

McLaren is set to tackle a different buyer profile to it usual target market with the release of its more budget-minded sports car, the 570S.

Hot on the heels of the 675LT track car, the 570S is less of a … Read More