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In a recent video from Magnus Walker on YouTube, we get introduced to a 1993 Porsche 964 convertible owned by Felix Holst, a renowned artist and car enthusiast. This rare gem sported an eye-catching amethyst paint job and a head-turning half magenta leather interior. Felix stumbled upon the car online,...
The letter “R” might seem ordinary, but in the Porsche world, it signifies something much more. It’s a badge of honor reserved for exceptional cars with racing pedigree and stunning performance. In the modern era, only two modern Porsches wear this coveted badge: the Cayman R in 2011 and the...
In 2007, German automaker Ruf unveiled the CTR3, a car widely regarded as their crowning achievement. Unlike previous models based on the Porsche 911, the CTR3 boasted a unique platform co-developed by Ruf and Canadian motorsport specialists Multimatic, known for their work on the Ford GT. While retaining a Porsche-esque...
The 2019 model year marked the end of seventh-generation 911 production. To commemorate this, Porsche introduced the GT2 RS Clubsport as the 991’s grand finale. Unveiled at the LA Auto Show in 2018, alongside the new 992-generation 911, the GT2 RS Clubsport became Porsche’s most powerful GT customer sports car...
In 1993, Porsche introduced the Type 993, widely regarded as the most user-friendly and elegantly designed 911. Over the years, the 911 had accumulated numerous aerodynamic and safety enhancements, which had somewhat compromised its original design purity. The Type 993 marked a return to the 911’s foundational principles, presenting a...
The legendary Porsche 911 Turbo story began with the Type 930 in 1975. It delivered thrilling performance, but its handling quirks could be a handful. While undeniably fast, it was clear Porsche’s turbocharged formula needed refinement. Enter the Type 964 Turbo, introduced in 1990. It marked a turning point for...
The stunning all-white car you see here is one of the rarest Porsches ever made. Offered for sale on Bring A Trailer, it’s one of only 20 lightweight rally specials made to meet Group B homologation for the 1984 World Rally Championship season. The 911 SC/RS, introduced in 1984, combines...
Automakers often tout their “racing heritage” influencing production vehicles, but Porsche truly exemplifies this. Porsche began racing with the lightweight 356, but their reputation soared with the “giant killer” 550 Spyder. Throughout the mid-1960s, Porsche focused on race cars like the 550, 718, RS, and RSK models. They expanded their...
The Porsche Carrera GT is a highly regarded supercar, praised for its analog driving experience and cutting-edge technology. With a powerful V10 engine and a manual transmission, it offers an old-school feel that’s rare today. The Carrera GT was innovative for its time. It had a lightweight carbon fiber body and...
Formula E is an electric single-seater racing championship that has been pushing the boundaries with electric-powered single-seater races on city streets since 2014. The series enforces controlled parts, particularly the battery, to ensure close racing. The Gen 2 Formula E car boasts impressive stats: 335 horsepower, a weight of 900...
Since it was founded in 2009, Singer has carved a global niche for meticulously personalizing Porsche 911s. Working with each owner’s vision, they transform 964-generation cars into bespoke masterpieces. These restorations are like “greatest hits” albums for the iconic Porsche, blending design elements from different eras. Singer’s commitment to customization...
Inspired by the 911 models of the 1960s and 1970s, the new Porsche Sport Classic is among the most striking limited editions crafted by Porsche in recent years. With a production limit of 1,250 units, it pays homage not only to the 2010 911 Sport Classic but also to the esteemed Carrera...
In Magnus Walker’s newest video on YouTube, we get a closer look at an ultra-rare 1993 Porsche 964 Turbo S Lightweight with just 127 km on the odometer, having spent most of its life in a private collection. The “Leichtbau” (lightweight) designation is no understatement. Porsche stripped out creature comforts...
The RUF CTR Anniversary is a tribute to a legend: the Yellowbird, one of the most famous tuned Porsches ever. However, unlike its namesake, the Anniversary isn’t built on a Porsche chassis. Instead, it’s a completely new creation from RUF, featuring a lightweight and super strong carbon-fiber monocoque. At its...
A rare gem has surfaced on Bring A Trailer – a 1994 RUF RCT, possibly the only one ever built on a Porsche 964 RS chassis. This unique car was originally used as a development and press vehicle by RUF. The car stayed with its first private owner in Heinsberg,...
Despite being made for the small engine displacement classes, Porsche nearly won the 1960 Manufacturers Championship with the RS 60. These purposeful racers featured 1.5, 1.6 or 1.7 liter engines in a low and lightweight chassis. They always won the 1.6 liter class, but typically raced in and among the...
Gunther Werks, established in 2017 by the team behind Vorsteiner, took the iconic air-cooled Porsche 993 and crafted a modern masterpiece – the Gunther Werks Coupe. Limited to just 25 units, each Coupe is entirely one-of-a-kind. The process begins by stripping a donor 993 to its core. The shell is...
Alois Ruf, initially a Porsche tuner and modifier, achieved the status of automobile manufacturer in 1981 according to the German Automobile Manufacturers Association. The first set of cars designated as Rufs – BTR1, BTR2, and BTR3 – were built in the 1980s. These were based on Ruf’s preferred platform, the...
As Porsche prepares to usher in a new era of electric vehicles, enthusiasts bid a bittersweet farewell to the combustion-engined Boxsters with the introduction of the Porsche 718 Spyder RS. This latest addition to the Boxster lineup embodies the essence of speed, power, and uncompromising performance. Despite its absence of...
Rob Dickinson, founder of Singer Vehicle Design, has transformed his childhood obsession with Porsche 911s into a company crafting automotive masterpieces. Singer takes classic air-cooled 911s and reimagines them, combining bespoke parts, top-tier mechanics, and luxurious finishes. One of their creations, the ‘San Diego Commission,’ is up for grabs on...
The Porsche 961 was the racing version of the 959 supercar. This lightweight (around 2,540 lbs) machine boasted a powerful flat-six engine (Type-935) and a 6-speed manual transmission, putting a whopping 680 horsepower at its command. At the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the 961 surprised everyone by matching the speed...
The Porsche 991.2 Turbo S Cabriolet is a top-of-the-line convertible with a hefty price tag of $200,400. This powerhouse offered neck-snapping acceleration, making it one of the world’s fastest convertibles and exceeding most cars on the road. The 991.1 Turbo S Cabriolet was already quick, but Porsche did make improvements to squeeze...
The current Turbo S comes with an all-new, 3.8 liter boxer six with two variable turbine geometry (VTG) turbochargers. The power output is a staggering 640 hp and 590 lbs-ft of torque. In keeping with previous Turbo models, the engine powers all four wheels. Performance wise, the Turbo S is...
Ten years after its launch, the Porsche Macan is heading into its second model generation, now in all-electric form. Through its progressive, timeless design, characteristic Porsche performance, long-distance range and high everyday practicality, the new Macan 4 and the new Macan Turbo aim to completely fulfil the requirements of Porsche customers choosing...
Bonhams is scheduled to auction a 1988 Porsche 959 Komfort  formerly owned by ex-Formula 1 driver Eddie Irvine. This 959 will be available for bidding on Bonhams’ Miami auction this coming May 4 and is valued at $1,750,000 – US$2,000,000 USD. Porsche’s groundbreaking Type 959 is the company’s first supercar. It emerged...
While many have modified the 911 over time, Gunther Werks stands apart, envisioning a scenario where Porsche continued refining the 993 with modern materials and engineering. Leveraging CEO Peter Nam’s expertise in composites and engineering, the company embarked on a mission to reimagine the 993. Starting with a standard 993...
Most Porsche fans know little about this epic wide-bodied 911 based race car. While the iconic 2.7 RS is every fan boys dream car, the RSR is the whole reason for the RS’s existence in the first place so we are dedicating some space here to tell you all about it. Introduced in...
The 911 Carrera RS 2.7 stands as a testament to Porsche’s dual-use sports car concept. Born out of necessity for homologation, the RS series paved the way for Porsche’s dominance in Group 5 racing. With stringent FIA regulations demanding 500 street-legal units, Porsche created two variants: the racing-centric Lightweight and...
In one of the latest videos from Harry’s Garage on YouTube, we get treated to a closer look at the extraordinary Theon Design bespoke 911, dubbed the GBR002. This is another example of Theon Design’s commitment to the Porsche ethos, bringing the customer’s classic 911 dream to life. Finished in...
The Porsche 962 arrived on scene in 1984 as essentially a Porsche 956 for the IMSA/US market. IMSA mandated that the driver’s feet had to be behind the front wheel centerline.  Therefore Porsche needed to change the 956 to accommodate this difference and ultimately that meant redesigning the monocoque and giving the car...
1995 Porsche 911 Carrera RS Clubsport
The Carrera RS Clubsport, a track-oriented variant of the Carrera RS, prioritized performance over road comfort. Featuring a fully welded roll cage and seam-welded shell, the Clubsport boasted a 40% increase in body stiffness compared to the standard Carrera RS. Its adjustable suspension strut brace, lower front suspension, and upgraded...
2014 Porsche 918 Spyder
Debuting at the Geneva Auto Salon in March 2010, the 918 marked Porsche’s bold step forward from the legendary Carrera GT. Unlike its predecessor’s traditional supercar approach with a V-10 engine and manual gearbox, the 918’s unveiling signaled a departure, embracing hybrid technology for a glimpse into the automotive future....
At their upcoming Monaco auction, RM Sotheby’s is thrilled to offer a pristine 1996 Porsche 911 GT2 with just 48 kilometers on its odometer. It is scheduled to be auction on May 11 and is valued somewhere between $1,400,000 – $1,850,000. The Porsche 911 GT2, produced between 1995-96, elevated the...
The 981 Cayman, introduced in 2013, marked a significant leap forward in Porsche’s lineage of sports cars, drawing ever closer to the iconic 911 in allure and performance. Its sleek, modern design represented a departure from its predecessor, with a longer wheelbase, wider tracks, and a lower profile, enhancing both...
Tuthill Porsche has earned acclaim in the rally world, transforming road cars into formidable rally beasts. Notably, they collaborated with Ken Block’s team on a Porsche 911 SC “Safari Rally Car” and partnered with Singer to craft the ultimate off-road 911: the Singer 911 ACS. Their latest venture, the Tuthill...
1990 Porsche 911 (964) Carrera 2 Cabriolet - RWB Custom
In 2023, at the RWB headquarters in Japan, company founder Akira Nakai transformed this 964-era 911 Carrera 2 Cabriolet into a widebody custom. The car now boasts a custom front bumper, RS-style front bumper air ducts, front canards, RWB’s signature wide-body bolt-on wheel arches, custom side skirts, an extended rear...
FOR SALE: 1996 Porsche 911 (993) GT2R
The demise of the FIA World Sportscar Championship in 1992 left a void in international GT racing, but the emergence of the BPR Global GT Endurance Series breathed new life into the sport. Porsche, eager to compete in this revitalized arena, unveiled the GT2, a high-performance racing car based on...
The man behind this 356 limousine is John Dixon who decided to create a personalized Porsche-based limousine for his daughter’s wedding. With the expertise of Don Boeke, known as “the Egyptian” at his Dayton, Ohio customizing shop, the unique 356 limousine took shape.   Constructed from multiple stripped 356s, this...
FOR SALE: 1966 Porsche 906 Carrera 6
Developed for endurance sports car racing, the 906 was a street-legal racing car that raced in the FIA’s Group 4 class against cars like the Ferrari Dino 206 P. On the basis of the “Ollon Villars Bergspyder”, Porsche developed the type 906 Carrera, which was soon only referred to as...
2019 Porsche 911 Speedster ©2024 Courtesy of RM Sotheby's
Since its debut in 1954, Porsche has reintroduced the Speedster model several times, the latest being the 991 iteration. The 991 Speedster combines elements from various Porsche models: its body borrows the silhouette of the 4S Cabriolet, while carbon fiber components are sourced from the 911 R, and its bumpers...
Porsche has long been a pioneer, consistently pushing the boundaries of design and technology. At the heart of Porsche’s success lies its willingness to think outside the box, evident in its diverse range of prototypes and concepts. The Porsche Heritage Centre offers a fascinating look into the brand’s history of...
2023 Porsche 911 GT3 MR
The 992 GT3 becomes the seventh iteration of one of Porsche’s most established and beloved automobiles and it continues to embody the spirit of previous GT3 models by amalgamating all that is awesome about the 911 – and the Porsche brand – in a single road car. And as always,...
1993 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.8 RSR
Every so often, Porsche creates a short production run of cars that celebrates the attributes of one of their special models. In 1993, the Stuttgart engineers decided to develop a race version of their 911 Type 964 Carrera RS, aptly named the Carrera RSR 3.8, and aimed it squarely at...
Porsche, synonymous with automotive excellence, has left an indelible mark on the world of cars for over seven decades. While its motorsport triumphs are legendary, it’s the road-going vehicles that truly define the brand’s legacy. Tom Ford from Top Gear magazine stumbled upon a warehouse that houses a priceless collection...
Manufactured by Porsche Motorsport for use in their U.S. customer racing series, the Porsche 964 Carrera Cup vehicles originated from European-market Carrera RS models. These were adapted to comply with U.S. regulations and subsequently sent to Porsche’s motorsport partner, Andial, for race modifications. Similar to the Carrera RS, the Carrera...
2005 Porsche Carrera GT
The Carrera GT production car was unveiled in March 2003 at the Geneva motor show in Switzerland. Following great sales success, the target was raised from 1000 to 1500 cars, but finally 1270 Carrera GT supercars were produced. The cars were made between September 2003 and April 2006. More importantly,...
1968 Porsche 911 T/R ©2024 Courtesy of RM Sotheby's
Thanks to the launch of its modern 911 R, the original Porsche 911R has been thrust firmly back into the limelight over the last few years. Developed by Ferdinand Piëch, it was the first time Porsche had built a 911 purely to go racing with. However, the original 911 R wasn’t built in great enough...
The legendary Porsche 917 debuted at the Geneva Motor Show on March 12, 1969. Hans Mezger, renowned for Porsche’s flat-six boxer engine, led the development of the 917’s flat-12 engine and oversaw the entire project as lead engineer. Initially unstable at high speeds due to insufficient downforce, the 917 was...
2023 Porsche 911 Sport Classic
Inspired by the 911 models of the 1960s and 1970s, the new Porsche Sport Classic is among the most striking limited editions crafted by Porsche in recent years. With a production limit of 1,250 units, it pays homage not only to the 2010 911 Sport Classic but also to the esteemed...
In spite of its 911 moniker, the Porsche 911 GT1 actually had very little in common with the 911 of the time, only sharing the front and rear headlamps with the production sports car. Designed and developed to compete in the GT1 class of sportscar racing, which also required a...
2019 Porsche 911 (991.2) Speedster
Celebrating their 70th anniversary, Porsche unveiled the Type 991.2 Speedster concept at the 2018 Paris Motor Show, marking a significant milestone in automotive history. The production model made its debut at the New York Auto Show in April 2019, marking the culmination of the 991 family’s legacy, with deliveries commencing...
The Carrera RSR 3.0 stands as a rare gem among Porsches, renowned as one of the most triumphant Group 4 racing cars. Originally built in limited quantities for motorsport, it emerged in the mid-1970s as the prime choice for privateers seeking victory, especially at events like the prestigious 24 Hours...
2019 Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport
Unveiled alongside the 992-generation 911 at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show, the 911 GT2 RS Clubsport marked the culmination of the 991 series. It represented a finely honed, track-focused variant of the road-going 911 GT2 RS, positioned as Porsche’s premier GT customer sports car. Packing an impressive 700 horsepower,...
2019 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport
Prepared by Porsche Motorsports, the 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport is a track car that offers supreme performance chops. Porsche offers it in two forms: the “Trackday” model for amateur racers and the “Competition” model for national and international racing. The Cayman GT4 Clubsport features natural-fiber composite material. This is a first...
The Carrera RSR 3.0 is one of those rare and super-special Porsches, and one of the most successful Group 4 racing cars ever. Today the Carrera RSR models rank among the most sought after of all Porsche 911 variants. The Carrera RSR 3.0 was made in small numbers for racing. For the privateer in...
The Porsche 992 Dakar is a car that pays homage to Porsche’s victorious history in the Paris-Dakar rally, where they clinched victory with the Porsche 953. This model, produced in a limited run of 2,500 units, celebrates that historic win and embodies Porsche’s legacy in rallying. Recently, Harry Metcalfe from...
As Porsche prepares to usher in a new era of electric vehicles, enthusiasts bid a bittersweet farewell to the combustion-engined Boxers with the introduction of the Porsche 718 Spyder RS. This latest addition to the Boxer lineup embodies the essence of speed, power, and uncompromising performance. Despite its absence of...
1992 Porsche 911 Carrera RS
In tribute to the iconic 1973 911 Carrera RS, Porsche applied a similar strategy to craft a lightweight version of the Carrera 2, derived from the race-ready Cup car, aptly named the Carrera RS. Introduced in November 1991 as a 1992 model, the Porsche Carrera RS, or 964 RS, focused...
1988 Porsche 959 Komfort
Listed for auction on Bring a Trailer is a legendary Porsche 959 with a current bid exceeding $1.3 million. Originally built as a Group B rally car, the 959 was Porsche’s original supercar. Porsche eventually built in a limited run of 337 units. When it hit the road, the 959...
Carwow arranged a showdown between the iconic Porsche 918 Spyder and the cutting-edge Ferrari SF90 Stradale in a series of drag races. While the 918 Spyder was introduced in 2013, it faces off against a younger hybrid supercar from Ferrari which was launched in 2020. The Porsche boasts a 4.6-liter...
1995 Porsche 911 RWB
This 993-generation Porsche 911 coupe was modified by renowned Porsche tuner Akira Nakai, who fitted it with a 17-piece RWB widebody kit. This modification was inspired by the remarkable success of the first Los Angeles-based RWB 911 build, which garnered over one million views on YouTube. The RWB kit comprises...
In the realm of high-performance automobiles, few names evoke as much reverence as Porsche’s iconic 911 series. Revered for their precision engineering, relentless speed, and sheer driving pleasure, these vehicles have long been the benchmark for sports cars. However, Porsche’s prowess extends beyond the realm of road cars, with the...
The Porsche 908/3 is undeniably a unique car. Specifically crafted by Porsche for competition on only two circuits during the 1970 and 1971 World Sportscar Championship seasons—the Targa Florio and the Nürburgring Nordschleife—its lightweight design was revolutionary yet maintained exceptional weight distribution. Powered by a reliable and potent eight-cylinder flat...
2024 Porsche 911 (992) Dakar
Unveiled at the 2022 Los Angeles Auto Show, the 911 Dakar pays tribute to the Porsche 953’s triumphant victory in the 1984 Paris-Dakar Rally. Porsche transformed the Carrera 4 GTS  into a highly capable off-roader, with modifications that include increased ground clearance, all-terrain tires, specialized drive modes, and weight-saving measures. The 992...
1988 Porsche 911 Carrera by RWB
The 1988 Porsche 911 Carrera underwent a backdating process and received an RWB widebody kit by Porsche tuner Akira Nakai. It was then repainted in Guards Red by LTMotorwerks of El Monte, California, using BASF Glasurit products. Additional modifications include a ducktail rear spoiler, 18″ Forgestar wheels, KW coilovers, a...