Since Dr. Ferry Porsche rolled the very first 356 prototype out of a garage in Gmünd, Austria, in 1948, every vehicle to bear his family name has been meticulously engineered to give its driver a visceral experience. From classic two-seat sports cars to hybrid supercars, no other manufacturer has so successfully…
Yup, figured I'd give you a quick break from all the tech to take a look-see at the brand new Porsche Cayman S, shown at the Greater LA Auto Show, which is also going on this week. So basically, the biggest geeks in the world are all over on the West Coast right now. The Cayman S is a 295-horsepower, two-seat coupe…
The Porsche 959 is one of the most legendary cars to ever hit the street or the track. It changed the supercar game forever and redefined what a Porsche could do. Now, you can go inside one of the first ones ever built.
It's not every day that an actual automaker creates a steering wheel for console gaming, so this Porsche 911 setup is especially awesome. It's a "fully licensed, to-spec reproduction," which means the wheel, the 6+1 gear sticks, and the wireless pedals are all as authentic as you're going to get in your living room.…
Porsche's German museum is the stuff of Stanley Kubrick's dreams. Well, would've been, had he been alive to visit the all-white building, full of clean lines and futuristic-finishings. I don't care much for cars, but hotdamn I have to visit.
Peter Schutz was CEO of Porsche from January 1, 1981 to December, 31, 1987. He was the first American to hold the post. He's also the reason the Porsche 911 still exists today. The Germans had made the decision to axe their icon, saying the 911 was "outmoded." He disagreed.
Imagine you’re in high school shop class and you and your group get together to electrify a Porsche. That’s a far cry from the Chevy Impala out of a scrapheap you normally had. Then what if Bill Nye The Science Guy saw your EV Porsche and liked it? Oh. My. God. Amazing.
Like many kids whom are fascinated with cool, fast, exotic cars growing up, I learned all the details of the coolest cars I would never see anywhere else but in a magazine. The Ferrari 328's and the Lamborghini Countach's. But, like so many other stories of young, ignorant children, the Porsche is often overlooked.
I'm not really big on "special edition" cars. Most of the time they're just meaningless badge packages with a bit of extra equipment meant to justify a higher price tag. But the Porsche 911 is no ordinary car, and 50 years of continuous production is no ordinary milestone.
I might have choked up at the end. Well done Porsche on paying respect to your team, and including a touching tribute to Allan Simonsen.
Tearing down an engine: how hard could it be, right? Uh, pretty hard, by the looks of this spectacular Porsche engine timelapse.
2014 is set to be a big year for Porsche in motorsports because it will see their first entry into the top prototype class since the late 1990s. Now, they're back with soon-to-be ex-Red Bull F1 driver Mark Webber at the helm, racing against their corporate cousin Audi.
Driving in the rain, especially in a rear-engined Porsche that would, at times, like to go down the road backwards, takes a special touch. Here are some wet weather tips engineered to keep you fast and safe:
A Porsche Cayman in the alps is pure car porn. Don't believe me? Take a look for yourself. It's beautiful.
A perfect car museum filled with classics is empty for the night and you have the keys inside — it's a dream we've all had. Watch this amazing video of these two kids getting to do just that at the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart.
Sometimes it feels like we already live in the future. For me it's the Porsche 918 hybrid. What currently existing technology makes you feel like we might already be living in the future?
This Osaka townhome designed by Kenji Yanagawa Architects was for a client with an unusual request — the entire structure needed to be oriented around the garage. The garage, you see, holds his silver Porsche 911.
You may know Patrick Dempsey as Dr. McDreamy from Grey's Anatomy, but did you also know he was the co-driver of the Porsche 911 GT3 that came in fourth place in his class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans? Or that he's the star of a new documentary all about the race? Ask him all about it right now.