Still on Playmobil… if the fictional car isn’t your cuppa, then perhaps you may be interested in a couple of classic cars that have made their mark in the history of automobiles. Folks, meet the Playmobil Mercedes-Benz 300 SL (70922) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 (70923).
Most automobile or motorsports-themed timepieces are mostly, if not all, affiliated by name. The watches from Danish watchmaker REC Watches ApS, however, are not. While it does not have any official affiliation with automakers, each timepiece has direct lineage to motorcars because the timepiece incorporates salvaged, recycled parts from iconic vehicles that are beyond repair.
This is not the first time Porsche tries to sell you a timepiece to go with your Porsche automobile. However, The Chronograph I 911 Porsche Design 50th Anniversary Edition here is not just any timepiece. It is a reissue of the very first product Porsche Design product designed by the founder, Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche.
Porsche Classic has a special gift for Porsche Design which turns 50 this year: a restored 911 S 2.4 Targa from 1972 – the year which Porsche Design was founded.
Following the Porsche Panamera Platinum Edition, Porsche is bringing Platinum Edition treatment to select Cayenne models. Like the Panamera, the special edition of the SUV gets exclusive coordinated design elements in a satin Platinum paint finish along with extra standard equipment over the regular models.
I can’t believe Stuart Hughes’ Goldstriker International is still the business of luxing up gadgets. Not many companies that deal in luxing gadgets have survived the test of time. We can name at least three that are now defunct but we are not going to.
While Porsche has been featured in many racing games, it does not have a Vision Gran Turismo designed for Sony Interactive Entertainment’s flagship racing video game, Gran Turismo.
A real sports car is, of course, gas-powered and so if you don’t care about the environment, then congratulation, you are free to buy a real sports car like the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS.
Porsche is coming onto the EV market fast and furious. The German high-performance carmaker may have just one EV model, but this one model now includes three body variants with up to five powertrain options. The latest to join the Taycan family is the new Porsche Taycan GTS and Porsche Taycan GTS Sport Turismo.
Anyone who is looking to get a Porsche Panamera may want to hold out a little longer. Porsche has recently unveiled the Porsche Panamera: the Platinum Edition which not only looks super sleek and classy but also comes with some extras as standard.