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2-litre battle: Cayman vs Camaro

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Taycan Turbo S drag races BMW M8

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Cayenne in monster-SUV drag race

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Mark Webber configures Taycan Turbo S

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Cayenne GTS 4.0

The GTS Turbo 4.0 has been added to the Cayenne line-up. The GTS Coupé is available with center exhaust.

Porsche Cayenne Coupé GTS
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Heritage Design Edition 992

992 Carrera line-up expanded with the 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition.

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Robert Mitchell with daughter chasing Carrera GT on the Nürburgring

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Rear-wheel-drive Taycan

There's not much information available yet, but the base version Taycan comes with 300 kW rear engine.

Rear-wheel-drive Porsche Taycan
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Cayenne 957 (2007-2010)

The 2007 model year was skipped for the Cayenne - the 2006 model year of the original Cayenne was extended to 1.5 years and the 957 was produced with 2008 model year VIN code from the beginning. Engines grew bigger and were fitted with direct fuel injection to keep the fuel consumption under control. The Cayenne S Transsyberia and Cayenne GTS were the new versions. Even Cayenne Hybrid was made, but it was too raw to be launched in series production.

Porsche Cayenne 957
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Cayenne 955 (2002-2006)

A contract was signed with Volkswagen to jointly build an SUV, one sold as a Porsche and the other as a Volkswagen (Audi SUV was added three years later). Porsche would contribute more with the research and development tasks and Volkswagen with the production. The Cayenne was equipped with the reduction gear - it is the equipment that makes the car a real off-roader. The competitors, the Mercedes ML and the BMW X5 didn't have it. From Volkswagen-engined Cayenne 3.2 to Porsche Turbo WLS and Turbo S, the range of the Cayenne was really wide.

Porsche Cayenne 955
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2002 Porsche Cayenne Cabriolet concept car

It is not clear if the Cayenne Cabriolet was ever intended for production, but considering how much work was put into the concept car, the project was taken seriously.

Porsche Cayenne Cabriolet concept
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Porsche 9R6 "RS Spyder"

The 2005 Porsche 9R6 had a full carbon-fibre structure and body. The brake discs were carbon ceramic and the clutch was a triple-disc carbon fibre unit. The sequential transmission was operated from the steering wheel. Its 3.4-litre V8 was capable of 11.000 rpm! The RS Spyder was designed for American Le Mans Series LMP2 class, where Penske team was victorious in 2006-2008. At the 2008 European Le Mans Series all podium places were taken with the RS Spyder Evos. Then came the Great Recession.

Porsche RS Spyder 2005
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Porsche 961, the 4WD racer

The 961 was the racing version of the 959 supercar. While the 959 rallye car was also internally called 961, publically only the circuit racer was called 961. Only one 961 was built.

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The 959 Supercar

The 959 was such a quantum leap that the competitors were not capable of doing anything even close to it in terms of new technologies. It was the sports car of the future and the step into the age of intelligent cars. The 959 had electronically controlled variable four-wheel drive, electro-hydraulically adjustable ground clearance, electrically adjustable shock absorber stiffness, sequential turbocharging and tyre pressure monitoring system. The magnesium wheels had hollow spokes and the body panels were made of different lightweight materials.

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992 Turbo 3.7

The 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo is a brand new old-school car. Compared to the most powerful 911, the 991 GT2 RS, the 992 Turbo S has less power, but thanks to 4-wheel-drive and 8-speed PDK the car accelerates faster from standstill. It is the fastest launching 911 ever built!

Porsche 911 992 Turbo S
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936/76

The Group 6 Porsche 936 was the successor to the 908/03 and the turbocharged 917. Despite the small 2.1-litre displacement, the engine developed more than five hundred horsepower. Imagine such a power in a ~700 kg/1540 lb car! The Porsche 936 easily dominated the 1976 World Sportscar Championship and also won at Le Mans.

1976 Imola, Porsche 936
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936/77

The 936/77 was built only for Le Mans and won it. The engine featured a new intercooler and two turbochargers. Although difficult to spot for the untrained eye, all the body parts on the 936/77 were new compared to the 936/76.

1977 Porsche 936/77
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936/78 & 936/81

Because of the new water-cooled 24-valve engine, the 936/78 came with huge NACA ducts on the sides for the radiators and a new rear end with hanging spoiler. For 1981 Le Mans, the car got a 2.65-litre engine instead of the earlier 2.1-litre unit and was now called 936/81.

Jules-sponsored Porsche 936/81
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935/76

The Group 5 racer based on the 911 Turbo (930) was called 935. In 1976 only Martini and Kremer racing teams got access to these cars, but between 1977-1979 Porsche produced the 935 based on the 1976 version for private teams. As a result, 935 was a superforce in racing until 1982!

1976 Porsche 935 side view
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935/77 biturbo 2.8 and single turbo 1.4 "Baby"

The 1977 version of the Martini-Porsche racing team 935 was a result of relaxed rules. In addition to technical modifications over the 935/76, the body was new. For example, the rear window had a new angle and mirrors were incorporated into the front fenders. The engines available were 1.4-litre "Baby" single turbo (imagine a 1.4-litre flat-6!) and a 2.85-litre biturbo (for comparison, 935/76 had a single turbo).

Porsche 935/77
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935/78 "Moby Dick"

Moby Dick's crazy look made it more famous than its crazily powerful engine and a single victory.

Porsche 935/78 Moby Dick
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718 GTS 4.0

The 4-litre 6-cylinder version of the GTS has been introduced in addition to the earlier 2.5-litre turbo GTS. The GTS 4.0 is not a worldwide version, it is controversially made for European market where new CO2 rules say that such a high-emitting car would be charged with a penalty of 14.345 EUR if Porsche would not have hybrid and electric cars in its portfolio to balance out the pollution created by the normally-aspirated 4-litre engine. In order to save some fuel, the adaptive cylinder control switches off one cylinder bank at low loads and makes it a Porsche powered by 3 cylinders.

718 Boxster GTS 4.0 exhaust ends
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Macan GTS Turbo 2.9

For the Macan 95B.2 GTS, the 2.9-litre engine from the top version was detuned by 44 kW. Tech specs added to the Macan 95B.2 article.

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Turbo RSR

The 911 Turbo RSR 3.0 is a racing car homologated based on the G-model 911 Turbo 3.0 aka 930. Made for the Group 4 racing, the car was internally called as 934. Naturally, with the turbocharged cars the power depended on how much you dared to raise the boost pressure, so the factory claimed 357 kW was the starting point. For comparison, the street legal 911 Turbo had 191 kW in Europe and the Turbo Carrera 180 kW in USA. So, the Turbo RSR had twice the power of the Turbo Carrera.

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The long-tail 907

907 LH was the first Porsche that covered more than 4800 km at Le Mans 24 hours, pushing the average speed above 200 km/h. Imagine this achievement in 1967 with just a 2-litre normally aspirated engine, considering all the pit stops for refuelling and the driver changes! The 907 LH brought Porsche its first overall 24 hour race victory at Daytona.

1968 Daytona 24 hours winner, Porsche 907 LH
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907 K amazing victory at Targa Florio '68

1968 Targa Florio was another success for 907 K. Vic Elford had lost a tyre and 18 minutes on the first lap, but then compensated it with lap record speed and together with Umberto Maglioli won the race.

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8-cylinder Porsche from 1962

The 804 F1 was Porsche's first 8-cylinder car and it means the flat-8 came out even before the flat-6 of the 901/911. The 804 was also the first Porsche with disc brakes. For the Italian GP in September 1962 Porsche surprisingly equipped its cars with aerodynamic parts - the wheels and suspension parts had flat covers on them.

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Porsche 2nd in first Formula E race

Thanks to good driving and misfortune of others, André Lotterer managed to take unbelievable second place with the Porsche 99X Electric in the first race among the 24 drivers. Porsche's competitors are premium brands like Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi and Jaguar.

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15 years 987

Interestingly, when the 987-generation Boxster came out, it was priced 6-9% below its predecessor, the 986. The Boxster 987.1 was the first roadster in the world to secure passengers against lateral impact using head airbags. The most beautiful version was the Boxster S "RS 60 Spyder Edition".

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50 years 914

Porsche needed an entry-level car to replace the 912 and Volkswagen needed a sports car to replace its Karmann Ghia, so the forces were joined to build a sports car that would be an affordable Porsche and a modern Volkswagen. As a project leader, Ferdinand Piëch had his technicians fit one of the prototypes with the 3-litre flat-8 fuel injected 16 spark plug engine from the Porsche 908 racing car. The normal versions were built with powerless 4-cylinder VW engines and with the least powerful 6-cylinder 911 engines from the previous model year. A great driver's car had to be kept from stepping on the 911's heels - the mid-engine layout meant the 914 could achieve higher cornering G-forces than the 911.

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Taycan lapped Nürburgring in 7:42

On August 26, 2019, Porsche unveiled that the Taycan had lapped the Nürburgring Nordschleife in 7 minutes and 42.34 seconds. This result placed the Taycan family sedan between the 997 GT3 3.8 and the Cayman 981 GT4 track day cars!

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Ferdinand Piëch (1937-2019)

To understand the work of Ferdinand Porsche's grandson Ferdinand Piëch at Porsche, let's list the cars he is credited for: 906, 910, 907, 908, 909, 914, 917... Piëch's work at Porsche can be described as a new car or modification averagely every second month. He was the right successor to Ferry Porsche, but the history didn't allow. He then built up Audi as we know it today, ruled the Volkswagen Group, aquired Lamborghini for Audi, reincarnated the Bugatti brand and finally oversaw Volkswagen Group becoming the biggest shareholder in Porsche.

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1961 Porsche 787 F1

For the 1961 F1 season Porsche created a new car called 787. It was the first Porsche with fuel injection.

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1960 Porsche 718/2-05 Experimental F2

The fifth and the last of the 718/2 F2 cars, with chassis number 718/2-05 was an experimental formula racing car. It had the 718/2 chassis, but a different body. The car never got its own type number. It was a one-off car, continuous development project that later evolved into something that became the prototype for the 1961 Porsche 787 F1 car and then even for the 1962 Porsche 804 F1 car.

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80 years Porsche type 64

The grandfather of the 911 and the father of the Porsche 356, the type 64 was a contract project for a customer called KdF. While the reason the car was created, is not good for marketing today, the car itself is a real jewel, a piece of art, a genius construction. Everyone can see that the type 64 shows what the Porsche production cars would look like once the engineering company decides to become a manufacturer. Ferdinand Porsche had worked for other companies for half a century before a car with his own name, the Porsche 356 was born (under his son). The type 64 was born a decade before the type 356.

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Porsche 1-2-victory at 2019 Spa 24h

In the night the race was halted for almost 6 hours due to heavy rain. The wet conditions suit the rear engined Porsche 911 GT3 R well as on slippery surface the rear engined cars have good traction. The Porsche 991.2 GT3 R cars finished 1st and 2nd.

2019 Spa 24 Super Pole, Kevin Estre, Porsche 911 GT3 R
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New 935 won the Porsche GT2 Supersportscar Weekend

Held on July 26 and 27, 2019, the “Porsche Motorsport GT2 Supersportscar Weekend” was a one-off event. It saw two 30-minute races between the 700 hp Porsches (3x 935 + 12x 991 GT2 RS CS). Both races were won by Egidio Perfetti in his Mentos 935.

Mentos 935, 2019 Porsche Motorsport GT2 Supersportscar Weekend at Spa
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15 years 997

Time flies. While the 996 generation cars were too aerodynamic/smooth/futuristic in their looks, the 997 generation brought back the nice curvy wheel arches the 993 had introduced. The 997 was the last 911 designed independently by Porsche and is therefore the last 911 with its typical/classic/trademark high cockpit and roof line. 997 is also the last generation that offered 911 Turbo with manual transmission. You can imagine where the prices of the 997 Turbo 3.8 with manual transmission will go.

If you think our 997 article with 300+ photos covering all the 60+ versions of the 997 is too long and comprehensive, we have to agree.

Porsche 911 997.1 Carrera S
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911 RSR 4.2

A third version of the 991 RSR has been unveiled. As the name suggests, the car comes with the largest ever engine in the nine-eleven and 95% of the car is new. Although the 992 is long in production, the RSR 4.2 - that starts its career in September -, has the looks of the previous generation 911.

Porsche 911 991 RSR 4.2
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Porsche at Le Mans 1951-2019

In total, 814 Porsches have raced at the Le Mans 24h races

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2019 Le Mans surprise victory in the GTE Am class

While the factory 911 RSRs scored 2nd and 3rd in the GTE Pro category, something remarkable happened in the GTE Am category. The GTE Am winning Ford GT was disqualified as its fuel tank could carry 0.1 litres more fuel than allowed. The second place Porsche 911 RSR #56 of Bergmeister/Lindsey/Perfetti became the 2019 Le Mans GTE Am class winner.

2019 Le Mans GTE Am class winning Porsche 911 RSR
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718 GT4 4.0

While the 718 GT4 racing car comes with a 3.8-litre engine, the street car is fitted with a 4-litre engine. It's not the GT3 engine, though.

2020 Porsche 718 (982) GT4
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718 Spyder 4.0

This Porsche roadster comes with a 4-litre engine and a newly designed rear silencer which creates space for a functional diffuser making the 718 Spyder the first one in the earlier Boxster and later 718 family to generate aerodynamic downforce at the rear axle.

2020 Porsche 718 Spyder
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981 Bergspyder study

In 2015, Porsche's executive board ordered Weissach engineers to design and build the lightest sports car possible based on the 981. The 981 Bergspyder became 16% lighter than the 981 Spyder and got a special 3.8-litre engine with 289 kW. It remained a one-off study.

Porsche Boxster 981 Bergspyder
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Owner story: I must be crazy

Why on earth would someone sell a perfect color combination 911 Turbo with manual transmission and buy a Cayenne instead?

Porsche Cayenne 957
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718 GTR

The 718 W-RS and 718 GTR with their 2-litre 8-cylinder normally aspirated performance engines and focus on low weight had better power-to-weight ratio than the 718 GTS and 718 GT4 today. At that time 718 was Porsche's supercar, not entry level model.

Porsche 718 GTR for 1962 Targa Florio
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718 RS 61 LM Coupé

For the 1961 Le Mans 24h race, Porsche created two 718 RS 61 Coupés. The bodies were built by Wendler, which had supplied aluminium bodies for all Porsche spyders.

1961 Porsche 718 RS 61 Le Mans Coupé
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718-047 special spyder

The 718-047 was a 1961 4-cylinder special spyder that became a 1962 8-cylinder W-RS Spyder. Only a single W-RS was made. It won the European Hill Climb Championship in 1963 and 1964.

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718/2 Formula 2

While the Porsche 718 RSK was also built with Formula 2 races in mind and it's steering wheel and seat could be installed in the center of the car, this was a temporary solution and a true open-wheeler called 718/2 F2 was soon created. Interestingly, the 718/2 F2 debuted at an F1 race and later also ended its career at F1.

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Panamera 10 years

It was on April 19, 2009, when the first Porsche sedan, the Panamera, was presented to the world at Auto Shanghai exhibition in China. Porsche's management board had a plan already in the eighties to create a 4-door Porsche (called 989 at the time), but Ferry Porsche wasn't flattered about the idea, so it was shelved at the time.

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The original 718

250+ class victories and 600+ podium finishes says it all.

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50 years of the almighty 917

Multiple times Le Mans, Interserie, Can-Am and International Championship for Makes winner.

Porsche 917 collection
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35 years 962

The 956 was not safe enough to be allowed to race at IMSA events, so Porsche created the "American" version of the 956, called the 962.

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2019 Porsche 911 GT3 R

2019 Porsche 911 991.2 GT3 R, Pfaff Racing
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2019 718 GT4 racing car

2019 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 racing car
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991 GT2 RS racing version

Porsche 911 991 GT2 RS Clubsport
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55 years Carrera GTS

Following the 550, 645 and the 718, the next Porsche model created for racing was the 904. The homologation rules stipulated a minimum of 100 units and as there weren’t that many potential racing customers, the solution was a street legal car.

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Most powerful circuit racer ever

Porsche 917/30 bi-turbo won the Can-Am in 1973 and broke the world closed course speed record thanks to a new solution in 1975 - the intercoolers.

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10 years of 987.2 Boxster and Cayman

Did you know the 2012 991 Carrera 3.4 engine is based on the 987.2 S 3.4 engine?

Porsche Boxster 987.2
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Nürburgring Nordschleife 6:40

13 months after the 991 GT2 RS set a new lap record for street legal cars at the Nürburgring Nordschleife, 991 GT2 RS MR (Manthey Racing) improved the record by 7 seconds. Manthey Racing is a 51% subsidiary of Porsche AG.

2018 Nürburgring Nordschleife record, Porsche 911 991 GT2 RS MR
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645 Spyder, the sad lucky story

It was a very special and beautiful prototype, the link between the 1956 550 A and the 1957 718 RSK.

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Porsche type 360, the trendsetter for F1

It is 70 years of the Cisitalia Porsche type 360, which in many ways was a trendsetter for the F1. It was an extreme package with twin-supercharged 1.5-litre flat-12 mid-engine, 4 overhead camshafts, dry sump, 5-speed transmission, sequential shift, gear syncronization, 4-wheel-drive and other novelties.

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2019 Panamera GTS: V8 bi-turbo

GTS versions of the Panamera 971 Sport Turismo wagon and the short wheelbase sedan will be made based on the Panamera Turbo. They will have smaller brakes and detuned engines, but will still come with 4-litre V8 bi-turbos. The sedan also gets the 3-piece moving rear spoiler of the Turbo for the first time. Check out our updated Panamera 971 article:

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The 991 Speedster goes into production

The swan-song of the 991-generation of the 911 will be made in the shape of the Speedster and in almost 2000 examples

Guards Red (Indisch Rot) Porsche 911 991 Speedster concept
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30 years Porsche 964

White Porsche 911 964
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45 years Porsche 911 G-model

The article includes G-model 912

Red Porsche 911 SC
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55 years Porsche 901/911

The article includes 912

Original Porsche 911
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25 years Porsche 993

Article about the 4th generation of the 911

Porsche 911 993
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50 years 909

For 909, steel wasn't used at all, not even for bolts. Light non-magnetic and sometimes even exotic and dangerous metals were used to save weight literally everywhere, even by grams.

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Cutting corners

Check out the many crazy photos made at the 2018 Porsche Supercup races!

2018 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, Monza, Drudi, 911 GT3 Cup 4.0
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25 years Boxster concept

It had the design level and finish of a very high end car while it was presented as a very affordable future model. Customers wanted to order the car immediately.

1993 Porsche Boxster concept car
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Cayman 981 R-GT concept study

For testing purposes Porsche Motorsport has built a few FIA R-GT spec rally cars based on the Cayman 981 GT4 racing version.

Porsche Cayman 981 Rally car
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The original Boxster

Full history article of the Boxster 986

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Nürburgring Nordschleife record 5:19

35 years after Stefan Bellof set the Nürburgring Nordschleife lap record with the Porsche 956, Timo Bernhard managed to set a new insane record of 5:19,546 with the 919 Evo

2018 June 29, Nürburgring Nordschleife, Porsche 919 Evo, lap record 5.19
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Porsche Nürburgring Nordschleife lap times

Nordschleife lap times of 911, 918, Carrera GT, Panamera, Cayman

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43 Porsches at the Nürburgring 24h race

The 2018 N24 was won by Manthey Racing 991.1 GT3 R

2018 Nürburging, Porsche 911 991.1 GT3 R
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956 and 919 at the Nürburgring

Before the start of the 2018 Nürburgring 24 hour race, a 956 and a 919 Evo lapped the Ring for the pleasure of the spectators. The 956 and the 919 look really similar considering they are more than three decades apart.

Porsche 956 and 2018 919 Evo
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991 GT3 RS + Michelin Cup 2 R = Nürburgring 6:56

Michelin Cup 2 R tyres make 991.2 GT3 RS lap the Nürburgring in 6:56 (918 Spyder did it in 6:57)

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919 Evo is a 1160 hp outlaw

Porsche calls the last evolution of the 919 as Evo, but it would be more appropriate to call it 919 Outlaw as it pumps out 853 kW peak power and therefore is not legal for any racing series.

2018 Porsche 919 Hybrid Evo
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Porsche safety cars

Porsche provides 911 Turbo 3.8 safety cars for WEC incl. Le Mans

2018 Porsche 911 Turbo WEC & Le Mans safety car
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50 years of Porsche 908

Ferdinand Piëch's brainchild, the 908 was the first Porsche that was engineered to use the maximum allowed 3-litre engine size. The longtail 908/01 LH Coupé was introduced in April 1968 at the Le Mans test day. The first version of the normally aspirated 8-cylinder boxer developed 257 kW. This was 50 YEARS AGO and tells everything about Piëch's genius. Then came the short tail 908/01 K Coupé. As Piëch was the fastest and in a good way craziest car designer and constructor, new versions just popped out one after another. The 908/02 K Spyder was shown to the press at snowy Hockenheimring in January 1969. Then came the 908 K Flunder Spyder that gave Steve McQueen his greatest motorsport result. He used the same car also at the 1970 Le Mans as the camera car for the dream film he directed. Another special longtail version for the high speed Le Mans track was the 908 LH Flunder Spyder. Different from the earlier versions was the 1970 908/03 Spyder that immediately took double victory at the 1970 Targa Florio. The final evolution of the 908 was the 1971 version 908/03 Spyder with 280 kW engine (still 3-litre, normally asiprated). Private racing teams continued to develop the 908/03's further and in 1975 some of the cars got 2.1-litre turbo engines straight from Porsche's racing department.

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Mission E Cross Turismo

Technically similar to the Mission E sedan, the all-wheel drive Cross Turismo CUV (Cross Utility Vehicle) has two electric motors with a system output of more than 440 kW.

Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo concept
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Carrera GT 15 years

The creation of the Porsche 980, the Carrera GT concept car, started in 1999. It was unveiled in 2000. In January 2002 Porsche confirmed the production of the Carrera GT and in March 2003 the production version was shown. Time flies - check out our Carrera GT history article with 130 photos.

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1970 Le Mans winner and its more famous official clone

The 1970 Le Mans-winning 917, chassis 917-023, was sold after the 1970 season to Martini Racing and from there to private collection. The car in the factory collection is an official clone that was made from prototype chassis 917-001.

Porsche 917-001 side view
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987 Spyder

An article about the very cool original Boxster Spyder

Porsche Boxster 987 Spyder, roof on side view
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Boxster E

Take a look back at the 4WD ELECTRIC Boxster E prototype from 2011. It is so yesterday, we have evolved so quickly in electromobility!

Porsche Boxster E
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Porsche’s last real family sports car

Full history article about the 968

Silver Porsche 968 Coupe
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The first Turbo Porsche 45 years

An article about the 1972 Porsche 917/10 Turbo

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600+ hp 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series

Porsche 911 991 Turbo S Exclusive Series different colors
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The 1.000.000th 911

... is a 991.2 Carrera S Turbo 3.0 WLS with manual gearbox

Porsche 911 1.000.000th plaque
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Anniversaries
Jul, 16 – 16th birthday of the 997 (2004)
Jul, 22 – 64th birthday of the 645 (1956)
Aug, 19 – 81st birthday of the type 64 (1939)
Aug, 23 – 24th birthday of the Boxster (1996)
Aug, 29 – 55th birthday of the 906 (1965)