Tag Archives: Porsche 911

Hello, yes, Porsche customer service?

Hello, yes, Porsche customer service? Yeah, the fog is back again. It keeps following me, I swear. What do you mean this is a common issue?

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Watch the New 992 2019 Porsche 911 Go Hard on the Nürburgring

Turns out all those European car magazines and our staff psychic were wrong: the new 992 Porsche 911 will not use a transverse, two-stroke diesel V4 front-wheel drive layout after all. Instead, it’s a 911, it looks like a 911, it sounds like a 911, and it goes nuts on the Nürburgring the way a proper 911 should.

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This Is How Porsche Could Make a Modern Slantnose

One of the most coveted Porsche 911 variants is also one of the most distinctive-looking: the 930S, most commonly known as the “slantnose,” because the nose of the car is, well, compared to a normal 911, slanted. The distinctive feature of the old Slantnose was the replacement of the iconic 911 big round headlamps…

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What Do You Want To Know About the 2018 Porsche 911 Carrera T? 

Because I simply have not had enough seat time in various Porsches this summer, I’ve got the 2018 911 Carrera T. It’s the lighter-weight, not as hardcore, very slightly easier on the bank account version of the 991.2, and I’ve tasked myself with seeing how this package really comes together.

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Lose Yourself in the Details of Singer And Williams’ Reworked Porsche 911

There was no shortage of awesome and incredible things at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, but, as always, anything that has been touched by Singer Vehicle Design is in a class of its own. Singer and racing firm Williams brought a special treat in the form of the Dynamic and Lightweighting Study, another…

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How the Mighty Have Fallen: 30-Mile Porsche 911 R Estimated to Take Measly $375,000 at Auction

Do you remember the Porsche 911 R? The first one on sale in the U.S. was listed for nearly $700,000 in late 2016. It didn’t take long for secondhand 911 Rs to start demanding over $1 million. But now, just a couple of years later, the 911 R is estimated to go for the dirt-cheap cost of just $375,000 at auction.

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This Porsche 911 One-Off Roadster Could Have Been the Sexiest 911 Ever

A vintage air-cooled Porsche 911 is one of the best old cars to drive, one of the easiest old cars to own, which is why everyone has already bought one and they are over. This is why I lit up today upon seeing this 1966 one-off Bertone roadster, a 911 that’s not, a 911 that’s good.

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2020 Porsche 911: Here It is Way Before You’re Supposed to See It 

Generally, one of the least surprising car designs has been, pretty consistently since 1963, the Porsche 911. It’s very much an evolutionary as opposed to a revolutionary design, but, somehow, it’s still exciting to see how it develops. And now we can see the 2020 version of the iconic shape, and it’s still very much…

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I am a Porsche 911 Man Now 

It finally happened. I am a Porsche 911 man now. Shit.

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The 2018 Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet Is the Best Way to Kill Hypercars and Get a Tan

When you look at the last few batches of headline-grabbing McLarens, Lamborghinis and Porsches, they’ve had one thing to offer: lap times. Nürburgring records. Extreme track performance. I say unto you now: who actually gives a shit? One of the best and fastest cars I’ve ever driven is the 580 horsepower 2018 Porsche…

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