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How to correctly pronounce Taycan

 Taycan or Taycan. Now it’s clear. Porsche continues to teach its fans and customers, as well as media people, how to pronounce names and terms related to the German company. In case you already know how to say Porsche correctly, it’s now time to hear what’s the proper pronunciation of Taycan, the brand’s first all-electric vehicle. “The Taycan will be

Digital charging service from Porsche

An innovative charging service for plug-in and electric vehicles: With the “Porsche Charging Service”, the sports car manufacturer is now offering a digital platform to encompass all aspects of the charging process. The service searches for suitable charging stations and uses centrally stored data to handle the payment process – across multiple countries and currencies.

It’s official – Porsche is officially done with diesels!

Porsche in recent months has been in the midst of internal talks regarding the future of diesel engines within its own lineup. Those talks are clearly over, because the German automaker has just killed off the last remaining oil-burner holdouts in the lineup. For Porsche, diesel is now officially dead. Porsche has removed the last two models

Will the next Porsche Boxster Spyder get GT3 power?

Before Porsche introduced the newest generation of 718 Boxsters, it built a 3.8-liter H6 powered variant of the last generation to send it away in style. Well, according to what is testing in the cold climes of the Arctic Circle, the next Boxster Spyder is just around the corner. Boxster Spyder - one of the coolest Porsche road cars ever According to Autocar, the

Next-gen Porsche 911 Turbo: Little sneak peek of production body

Spy photographers have caught the next-generation Porsche 911 Turbo testing for the first time wearing its production body. Debut was expected this year. Next generation of Porsche’s  sports car will have an evolutionary appearance. It will have some new parts that should help make it unique. This particular 911 isn’t  standard Carrera model The biggest giveaways that this

By |2018-01-25T22:58:33+00:00January 24th, 2018|Categories: News by Brand, Porsche|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Porsche will offer electric Mission E Tesla in three power levels

Porsche's first fully electric electric production car, the Mission E, will be offered in three power levels, Britain's CAR magazine has learned. The fully electric sedan, due on sale in 2019, will likely be offered in Carrera, Carrera S and Turbo flavors, reflecting a performance ladder familiar to Porsche buyers rather than the presence of turbochargers. CAR reports that the base Carrera

Porshe Macan, Cayenne gaining electric variants

Porsche will make a final decision 2018. if it will produce full battery-electric and coupe versions of its Cayenne and Macan crossovers or not. Porsche CEO Oliver Blume said at an auto show event here that the company will present its next electromobility project in the first half of 2018. That second project will be an electric sedan, sports tipe

Plug-in hybrid Porsche 911 comes soon

The Porsche 911 will likely get a plug-in hybrid variant mid-way through its next generation, Porsche CEO Oliver Blume says. With the redesigned 911 set to go on sale in 2019, that means the mid-cycle update -- and thus the plug-in -- would arrive about four years later or around 2023. “We will come with the plug-in

2018 Porsche 911 Carrera T on diet, getting the good stuff

Porsche is going back to its roots with the new Carrera 911 T. The T stands for "touring," and the new model will be the lightest in the 911 range, weighing just 3,142 pounds. The T takes inspiration from a Carrera of the same name first produced back in 1968. The T comes standard with a manual transmission,

This Porsche 356 is a Cayman Underneath

Take a quick glance at the Porsche 356 pictured above, and nothing seems out of place. But, look closer and that's when things start to get weird. It's wide, it's got huge wheels, and what's up with that big hump right behind the passenger compartment? That's because this isn't really a 356—it's a 356 body

By |2018-11-30T15:56:42+00:00October 10th, 2017|Categories: Porsche|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments