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Valuable data and insights were gathered with a view to the 24-hour race in the Eifel Nürburg. Manthey EMA has made a successful start to the 2024 season on the Nordschleife, crowning an already successful first race weekend in the Eifel with victory in the second round of the Nürburgring Langstrecken-Serie (NLS). On Saturday, Kévin Estre (France) and Laurens Vanthoor (Belgium) placed the Grello Porsche 911 GT3 R with starting number 911 in second place in the NLS 1. Race […]...
Broad Arrow Auctions, a Hagerty company, is thrilled to announce an exclusive Porsche-only auction in partnership with the first-ever Air|Water standalone event.  Air|Water is the brainchild of Luftgekühlt founder Patrick Long, who is well-known and respected in the Porsche world and has organized world-class gatherings for the Porsche community to celebrate not only Porsches but the camaraderie of the Porsche enthusiast community.  Air|Water will take place on Saturday, April 27th, in Costa Mesa, California, featuring both air-cooled and water-cooled Porsches […]...
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 aesthetics and handling. Notably, the front and rear underwent subtle yet impactful revisions, featuring sharper headlights, more aggressive air intakes, and a wider aero wing seamlessly integrated into the taillights. […]...
With a limited production of just 500 units worldwide, the 991.2-generation Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series lives up to its new moniker. With an MSRP of $257,500 USD, an ‘entry-level’ Exclusive Series doesn’t cost much more than a fully-loaded Turbo S. However, if Economics 101 has taught us anything, it is that its scarcity alone will mean that this car will fetch well above that price, particularly in the indirect sales market. At its core, the Turbo S features a higher-output, […]...
While the staff here at Stuttcars can never get enough of Porsche’s latest GT3s and 963 prototypes, there’s true reverence for the sports car that founded the company, the 356. It’s true beauty in its simplicity, the 356 has earned a spot in collections the world over with a reputation of being one of the most respected sports cars of the 1950s. And among all of its variants, one model certainly stands out as the “King of Cool:” the Speedster. […]...
Aiming for the sweet spot between speed, consumption, and charging infrastructure, Mayk Wienkötter, Porsche’s spokesperson for the Taycan and electromobility, traveled from Stuttgart to Seville. Oliver Blume runs across the forecourt of the Porsche Museum with a friendly wave and asks where we’re going. “Seville!” we reply. “Nice one – have a good trip,” he calls back. From Stuttgart to Seville in just two days There’s no better start to the day than your own CEO seeing you off. It’s […]...
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 Porsche 911 “Carrera RSK,” focuses on the 993 model, defying the typical preference for 930 or 964 models.  Carefully preserving the essence of the 993, Tuthill painted it in a […]...
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 bumper, a ‘ducktail’ rear spoiler, electrically adjustable Recaro front seats, a Pioneer Carrozzeria stereo, yellow Gemballa dials, and an aftermarket exhaust system. It is painted in yellow with a black […]...
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 newly introduced twin-turbo 993 model. Alongside 194 road-legal 993 GT2s built for homologation, Porsche created 78 GT2Rs, or Rennversions, derived from the potent Turbo S LM-GT of 1993. Despite […]...
A visit to Porsche at the Retro Classics in Stuttgart is always a journey through time. This year, the sports car manufacturer will be celebrating its anniversary “Beyond Performance – 50 Years of Porsche Turbo” at the trade fair for classic car fans and sports car enthusiasts, presenting impressive exhibits from 25 to 28 April 2024. Retro Classics brings throngs of classic-car and sports-car enthusiasts from all around the world to Stuttgart. For Porsche, the trade fair is not just […]...
To date, 27 different variants make up the current generation of the 911 model line-up. Chatting to its developers at a ‘speed dating’ event made one thing clear above all: each Porsche 911 has its own story. Chaos is the enemy of the engineer. Perhaps that would explain why there are usually empty seats in lecture theatres during talks on fluid mechanics. This topic is all about turbulence, one of the greatest challenges in mathematics. Complex partial differential equations, Navier-Stokes […]...
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 limousine featured a blend of elements, including a 1953 “bent-window” front end, renowned for its single windshield pane. Its Grand Prix White exterior complemented by chrome accents and whitewall tires […]...
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 Carrera 6. The six-cylinder naturally aspirated engine, the wheel suspension with coil springs, the wishbones and stabilizers mounted in metal instead of rubber to improve driving behavior, and the brakes […]...
Innovative software—from the gaming sector, for instance—supports Style Porsche during the design process. But even in the age of digitalization, the sports car manufacturer’s design department still highly values the design quality of classic sketches and labor-intensive clay models. Along the path from vision to reality, the designers combine the best of both worlds. What direction is the design process? Has the powerwall consigned the classic drawing board to the past? Do designers still use pencils, or only digital input […]...
The 718 Spyder RS was created solely for the joy of driving, incorporating Porsche’s finest naturally aspirated flat-six engine into its most spirited convertible sports car. The captivating sound produced by the flat-six as it reaches the 9,000 rpm redline is bound to give you a thrill. The Porsche 718 Spyder RS is likely the ultimate version of the ICE-powered Boxster. With a staggering 493 horsepower, it’s an extraordinary car featuring components from the 718 Cayman GT4 RS, a close-ratio PDK dual-clutch […]...
1990 Porsche 911 (964) Carrera 2 - RSR Backdate
This 964-generation Porsche 911 Carrera 2 has been elegantly transformed into a tribute to the iconic RSR model. Externally, it features upgrades reminiscent of the RSR, including revamped front and rear bumpers, composite F-model-style front wings, extended rear wheel arches, and aerodynamic door mirrors. Finished in a timeless silver paint with Martini Racing-inspired blue and red accents, complemented by striking orange bumpers and period sponsorship decals. Inside, the cabin reflects a racing-inspired ethos with black Alcantara-trimmed elements and Recaro bucket […]...
The 15th Targa California rally recently concluded with most drivers logging 1,000+ miles over the roads “less traveled” of California’s central region. Porsche has a long history of naming their cars after yesteryear’s most grueling events (e.g. the Carrera Panamericana and the Targa Floria), and while this rally is by no means a race through the hills of Sicily, it is to some degree, a test of endurance, hence the name “Targa California.” Ardent SoCal Porsche enthusiast, David Keens brought […]...
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 from the GT3 Touring. Yet, the Speedster boasts distinct features such as a shorter windshield frame and a lower fly-line. One exceptional offering for the latest Speedster is the Heritage […]...
1988 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe Commemorative Edition
In 1988, Porsche unveiled the “Commemorative Edition” Carrera (also called the Jubilee Edition) to celebration the 250,000th 911. Debuting at the Frankfurt Auto Show in 1963, Porsche built only 875 of these Jubilee 911 cars. Like other special editions of its time the special enhancements were almost entirely cosmetic. In this case that meant special exterior and interior colors: Diamond Blue Metallic for the exterior, with color-matched Fuchs wheels, and Silver Blue Metallic in the interior. It makes for an […]...
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 unconventional prototypes and concept cars that have shaped its identity as a leader in the industry. Tom Ford from Top Gear magazine got to visit this facility during his visit […]...
Time has shown us that Porsche is very conservative regarding partnering with outside firms. So, who they chose to collaborate with reveals much about the partner, as is the case with Manthey Racing. Manthey Racing GmbH is a company with more than 250 employees and came to international attention thanks to its activities in the VLN Endurance Championship Nürburgring, the WEC sports car world championship, and other racing events. The company has been responsible for running GT works competition for […]...
Few names evoke as much reverence as Porsche’s iconic 911 series. Known for its precision engineering, exhilarating performance, and timeless design, the 911 has long been the benchmark for automotive excellence. And now, Porsche enthusiasts have a new reason to rejoice with the unveiling of the highly anticipated Porsche 911 S/T. However, owning a Porsche 911 S/T is not for the faint-hearted. With a price tag of $327,000, this limited-edition model is as exclusive as it gets. Only a select […]...
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, Porsche pushes the boundaries, innovating and making the platform better in all areas. With a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter engine revving to 9,000 rpm, derived from Porsche’s GT3 Cup racing car, […]...
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 the race track. With the 1993 Carrera 2 as the starting point, Porsche had to make at least 50 roadgoing cars in order to qualify this new model for the […]...
From RM Sotheby’s: Just months ago, we had the privilege of revealing the mystery of The White Collection—selling over 50 white Porsches of rare make, mileage, and vintage, along with a host of unique and highly collectible Porsche parts and memorabilia. What you didn’t know was this wasn’t all of the collection. Now, available for only three weeks, we’re offering the last of The White Collection, over 1,800 lots of Porsche automobilia for bidding, from rare racing attire and accessories, […]...
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 of Porsches on his visit in Germany. Let’s take a look at what automotive masterpieces he discovered and join him on a journey through Porsche’s rich history, exploring the iconic […]...
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 Cup boasts a chassis with seam welding, an aluminum hood, a limited-slip differential, and a 3.6-liter flat-six engine tuned to produce 256 horsepower and 240 lb.-ft of torque. Despite the […]...
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, it has become an icon, probably the best supercar ever made thanks to a purity and performance that is missing in today’s cars. There are sports cars. And there are […]...
Embracing the spirit of automotive excellence, TECHART proudly introduces the highly anticipated TECHART GTsport, a limited customization concept tailored specifically for the Porsche 911 Turbo S (992). Following its successful debut at the Tokyo Auto Salon 2024, the GTsport is poised to make its mark at the Bangkok International Motor Show from March 27 to April 7, 2024. Customer chosen upgrades The TECHART GTsport is a modular individualization concept for the 992 series Porsche 911 Turbo S models, limited to […]...

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