2016 Porsche Boxster Spyder

Porsche has unveiled its latest offering, the 2016 Boxster Spyder. The German automaker has developed an adept roadster with the new Spyder, with the capability of producing 375 horsepower with its 3.8-liter horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine. In addition to its elegant interior, the car exclusively uses a manual gearbox, and can go from 0 to 60 mph in 4.3 … Read more

40 Years of the Porsche Turbo With Magnus Walker

Released 40 years ago, the Porsche 911 Turbo has undergone a lot of modifications, some of which include the switch from an air-cooled to a liquid-cooled engine, the adoption of a midship layout, and the upgrade from a five-speed transmission to a seven-speed transmission. To compare and see the progress made, Magnus Walker test drives the original 1975 model alongside its 2015 counterpart for a thorough analysis of the two. Watch the video above for the outcome.

Porsche Taycan Set to Rival Tesla as Waiting List Grows

Production of the first fully electric Porsche vehicle known as the “Taycan,” is scheduled to begin in 2019. The Porsche Taycan was originally unveiled as the Mission E Concept back in 2015, and even though production will only commence next year, Porsche MD Alexander Pollich has stated that customers’ reception have been incredibly positive. Pollich stated … Read more

Porsche Unveils the 2018 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series, Its Most Powerful 911 Model Till Date

To celebrate the opening of the new Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur division, Porsche has unveiled the 2018 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series, its most powerful 911 model till date. The new aforementioned division – an in-house workshop, will specialize in the production of customized products, and the new 911 Turbo S is a product of this … Read more

Porsche Mission E Concept

Newly unveiled at the ongoing Frankfurt Motor Show by Porsche is the Mission E concept. The futuristic and sleek sedan boasts 590 horsepower, and a claimed 310.7 miles of range on a 90 kWh battery. To power the car, Porsche’s engineers came up with a magnet synchronous motor contraption similar to what’s found on the company’s 919 Hybrid LMP1 racecar, which can both accelerate and recover braking energy. Capable of hitting 124 mph in less than 12 seconds, the car’s fast charging capability is probably its biggest highlight, with an 800-volt system that the German automaker claims can charge the sedan up to 80 percent in just 15 minutes.