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Porsche made Mission E Cross Turismo with self-driving tech in mind

Porsche's Mission E Cross Turismo concept was the big surprise of March's 2018 Geneva auto show. It previews a potential soft-roader version of Porsche's upcoming Taycan electric sedan, and Porsche has been dropping hints that the Cross Turismo could make it into production at some point. One controversial aspect is the pair of recesses at the front of

Porsche gives updated Macan improved handling

Porsche introduced the heavily updated Macan SUV in Shanghai on Wednesday. Powertrains are the same, but almost everything else, including the chassis, has been reworked. Starting outside, the 2019 Macan gets new head- and taillights. In back, there’s a three-dimensional LED strip that looks more modern like the current Panamera. The fronts get the four daytime running beams like

Porsche Mission E concept named – TAYCAN – Watch his first drive

Porsche has revealed that its first pure-electric model with Mission E concept named  - TAYCAN Set to be fitted with two electric motors producing more than 440 kW (600 hp) combined, the Taycan is set to complete the 0-62mph sprint in "well under 3.5 seconds". The Porsche will also offer a range of more than 310 miles

Porsche Secretly Working on 718 Cayman T and Panamera GTS

New documents submitted to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reveal clues about Porsche having the pipeline for the 2019 model year. Specifically, we could soon see another Porsche Panamera GTS and a a new 718 Cayman T. APanamera GTS (Gran Turismo Sport) and a Panamera Sport Turismo GTS. The VIN decoder docs list space

Porsche takes stake in Electric Sports Car firm – Rimac

Porsche has invested in electric supercar manufacturer Rimac, taking a 10% stake in the Croatian EV manufacturer. A very young company - Rimac was started working in his garage to produce an electric sports car in 2009. Rimac has quickly gained a reputation as a key player in the EV development market.  In March 2018 Rimac

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.

Is this Porsche 911 2.7 RS tribute more fun than the real thing?

Porsche 911 2.7 RS tribute can bemore fun than the real thing. Opinions of Porsche tribute cars from the air-cooled era have firmed up in recent years as the values of everything before and including the 993 have surged. Advocates of preservation and restoration of 911s that a decade and a half ago may have been considered used sports

Porsche: more electric but Porsche 911 will never be

Porsche will be adding a number of electric cars to its range in the coming years – but among those cars will not be a battery-powered version of the 911. Porsche 911 The rear-engined sports car has been in production in one form or another since 1963. It would be expected that the stalwart player would move with the

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Porsche Honors Hurley Haywood On 70th Birthday

Harris Hurley Haywood, the most accomplished American endurance racer of all time, turns 70 today, just ahead of the 70th anniversary of the first Porsche sports car, a marque with which he's been associated for a substantial part of his career. Haywood has multiple victories at the 12 Hours of Sebring, 24 Hours of Le Mans and Rolex 24 Hours of

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