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The Panamera 4S Executive is just a 'stretched-out' version of the regular Panamera sedan. The wheelbase has been lengthened by as much as 15 centimetres, an increase that mostly benefits the rear passengers. The Panamera 4S Executive sits above the Panamera 4 Executive, and they share several similarities, such as the panoramic sunroof, heated rear seats and power sunblind in the rear. Style-wise, the Panamera 4S Executive also boasts silver accents around the fenders and side skirts. Read More
The Panamera 4 is the first model in the Panamera lineup to feature all-wheel-drive (evidenced by the '4' badging). A few steps above sits the Panamera 4S, a sedan that offers more oomph in performance. After all, that is why Porsche added the 'S' for 'Sport' to the name. It all starts with the engine. The twin-turbocharged V6 has been upgraded and now puts out 443 hp and 405 lb-ft of torque. That's a significant increase from the 325 hp and 331 lb-ft of torque offered in the base Panamera 4. Read More
Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Sport Turismo
The single most important distinction between this model and the Panamera 4 Sport Turismo is the 'E-Hybrid' badging. With the E-Hybrid Sport Turismo, Porsche has been able to combine performance, ample space and fuel economy into one family-friendly package. Like the sedan variant, the Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Sport Turismo is driven by a hybrid powertrain featuring technology from the 918 Spyder. Read More
The Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Executive is specially tailored for those who enjoy spending time in the back seat. The body has been lengthened by 15cm, creating valuable space for rear passengers in particular. It's essentially a long-wheelbase version of the Panamera, with enhancements like eight-way power adjustment for the rear seats, heated rear seats, and power sunblinds for passengers in the back. Read More
The Panamera 4 E-Hybrid still gets the 2.9-litre V6 - from the non-hybrid variant - that's good for 325 hp and 331 lb-ft of torque. In addition to that, there's an electric motor and battery combo that supply an extra 134 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque. In all, the Panamera 4 E-Hybrid boasts a maximum combined output of 455 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque, pushing the car well into sports car territory. The car weighs almost 5,000 lbs but will still accelerate to 60 mph in an impressive 4.2 seconds with the Sport Chrono Package. Read More
The Panamera 4 Sport Turismo favours a 'Shooting Brake' style rather than being a pure wagon. This is evidenced by its sloping roofline towards the rear, sacrificing cargo space for a more stealthy profile. In addition, there's the pronounced shoulder and elongated window line, which lend the vehicle its striking appearance. The car slots in just above the base Panamera in a lineup that includes up to twenty-five different variants. The '4' references the standard all-wheel-drive, while the 'Sport Turismo' badging hints at more power and agile handling compared to the base trims. Read More
When it comes to Porsche engines we all know and love the flat-6, but Porsche has also created some classic V8-engined cars too. Recently Porsche produced a video love letter to its very own V8 engine. Eight cylinders at 90 degrees from each other, and in the form of a ‘V’.... Read More
The third generation of the Porsche Cayenne was unveiled in August 2017. In 2022, the Cayenne added the Platinum Edition to the SUV and coupe body styles. The Platinum Edition Cayenne applies a coat of Satin Platinum paint to a number of the vehicle's badges, as well as its fascia-mounted intake treatment and its distinct 21-inch wheels. Black exhaust tips and window trim add an extra hint of menace to the model. Read More
The 2023 Porsche Macan T brings touring style to the Macan. This new model sits between the base Macan and the midlevel S. Positioned between the base Macan and the midrange Macan S, the Macan T packs the same 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder found in the entry-level model, delivering 261 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque through a standard seven-speed PDK dual-clutch transmission. The German automaker says the powertrain is good for a 5.8-second 0-to-60-mph dash and a top speed of 144 mph. Unsurprisingly, those are the same factory performance estimates as the standard Macan when fitted with the optional Sport Chrono Package that comes standard on this T. Read More
In 1972 Porsche Design was founded. The celebratory car is a 911 Targa 4 GTS, painted and finished to commemorate the Chronograph 1, which Porsche says was the first all-black watch. Gloss black paint is highlighted by a Satin Platinum finish on the targa bar and wheels. Inside, the Edition 50 Years Porsche Design—as English majors, you have no idea how painful it is for us to type that—gets black-and-gray checkered upholstery, a slate-gray steering wheel, and plenty of limited-edition badging, including F.A. Porsche's signature embossed into the center armrest. The powertrain is standard for the Targa 4 GTS. Read More
The most significant change is the 4.0 litre six-cylinder boxer engine. This high-revving powerplant has been taken directly from the 911 GT3 Cup race car and develops 500 PS in the 718 Cayman GT4 RS Clubsport – 75 PS more than the previous GT4 Clubsport model. In addition to many upgraded details, the focus in developing the new 718 Cayman GT4 RS Clubsport was on further improving overall performance. The standard 7-speed dual-clutch transmission (PDK) fitted to the car now uses all seven forward gears, rather than six. Read More
New for 2022 is the most exciting Cayman ever, the 718 Cayman GT4 RS. The GT4 RS is equipped with the same scintillating flat-six engine that powers the 911 GT3. It's a 4.0-liter unit that makes 493 hp and 331 lb-ft of torque in the GT4 RS. Porschephiles will notice that those figures are not quite as high as in the 911 GT3, which packs 502 hp and 346 lb-ft. Big numbers for a small, lightweight car. It is only available with a seven-speed dual-clutch to optimize lap times further. Nobody has driven it yet from the motoring public, but we eagerly await that day and will report back here. Read More
The Porsche Vision Gran Turismo concept is designed for the PlayStation video game, Gran Turismo 7. Porsche, like other automakers, has designed a car specifically for the game. While it may seem like a mid-engined sports car, the Porsche Vision GT is a pure EV. It features no traditional doors. Instead, the upper canopy opens up at the front to access the cockpit. The pure EV uses an 87 kWh battery that would last for 310 miles. The peak power output is a bit under 1,300 hp from an all-wheel-drive setup. The Porsche VGT can accelerate from 0-62mph in a plausible 2.1 seconds and max out at 217mph. Read More
The Porsche Mission R concept is intended to equal the performance of the 992-series 911 GT3 Cup. It features 900-volt fast-charging architecture, an 82.0-kWh battery pack, and modularly integrated front and rear motors with single-speed transmissions featuring straight-cut gears (typical in racing) and mechanical differential locks. The front and rear motors thus provide all-wheel drive and are identical; in "qualifying mode," they produce a total output of 1,073 horsepower, whereas "race mode" delivers 671 total horsepower. The Porsche Mission R is theoretically capable of a best 0-60-mph time of about 2.5 seconds and a top speed of 186 mph or so. Read More
Porsche is arguably one of the premier car brands in the world. Porsche produces high performance sedans, sports cars, and sedans, which they sell worldwide. It is known across the world for its stunning designs and amazing performance levels. We take a look at sales figures and production data and it is clear that Porsche is still ascending in terms of success. It continues to break records and with the introduction of electric cars and smaller SUVs we expect continued success. Read More
Porsche 356 1300 "Pre-A" ‘Split-Window’ Cabriolet (1954 - 1955) – Specifications & Performance
1954 – 1955 Porsche 356/1300 Split-Window Cabriolet (Pre-A) Technical Specifications Type Series Production Car Production Years 1954 – 1955 Built At Stuttgart, Germany Body Stylist Erwin Komenda Price $ $2,000 Engine 1.3 L Aircooled Flat 4 (Type 506/1) Position Rear, Longitudinal Aspiration Natural Valvetrain Pushrod OHV Fuel Feed Dual Solex... Read More
Porsche 356 1300 "Pre-A" ‘Split-Window’ Coupe (1954 - 1955) – Specifications & Performance
1954 – 1955 Porsche 356/1300 Split-Window Coupe (Pre-A) Technical Specifications Type Series Production Car Production Years 1954 – 1955 Built At Stuttgart, Germany Body Stylist Erwin Komenda Price $ $2,000 Engine 1.3 L Aircooled Flat 4 (Type 506/1) Position Rear, Longitudinal Aspiration Natural Valvetrain Pushrod OHV Fuel Feed Dual Solex... Read More
1951 – 1953 Porsche 356/1300 Split-Window Cabriolet (Pre-A) Technical Specifications Type Series Production Car Production Years 1951 – 1953 Built At Stuttgart, Germany Body Stylist Erwin Komenda Price $ $2,000 Engine 1.3 L Aircooled Flat 4 (Type 506/1) Position Rear, Longitudinal Aspiration Natural Valvetrain Pushrod OHV Fuel Feed Dual Solex... Read More
1951 – 1953 Porsche 356/1300 Split-Window Coupe (Pre-A) Technical Specifications Type Series Production Car Production Years 1951 – 1953 Built At Stuttgart, Germany Body Stylist Erwin Komenda Price $ $2,000 Engine 1.3 L Aircooled Flat 4 (Type 506/1) Position Rear, Longitudinal Aspiration Natural Valvetrain Pushrod OHV Fuel Feed Dual Solex... Read More
Porsche 356 1100 "Pre-A" ‘Split-Window’ Cabriolet
1950 – 1951 Porsche 356/1100 Split-Window Cabriolet (Pre-A) Technical Specifications Type Series Production Car Production Years 1950 – 1951 Built At Stuttgart, Germany Body Stylist Erwin Komenda Price $ $2,000 Engine Type 369 VW Air Cooled Flat-4 w/Porsche Cylinder Head Position Rear, Longitudinal Aspiration Natural Valvetrain Pushrod OHV Fuel Feed... Read More
1950 – 1951 Porsche 356/1100 Split-Window Coupe (Pre-A) Technical Specifications Type Series Production Car Production Years 1950 – 1951 Built At Stuttgart, Germany Body Stylist Erwin Komenda Price $ $2,000 Engine Type 369 VW Air Cooled Flat-4 w/Porsche Cylinder Head Position Rear, Longitudinal Aspiration Natural Valvetrain Pushrod OHV Fuel Feed... Read More
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