Targa top is synonymous to Porsche and so it is only right that a Targa joins the new Porsche 911 generation. So here it is, the new all-wheel drive 911 Targa 4 and Targa 4S. They are pretty, but that’s not what caught our eyes.
Appreciation of automobile – particularly, the engine that moves it, is as much as an art as drinking a perfectly brewed cup of joe, and the two are very much unrelated. But what if you can appreciate both the engine of a car and a good cuppa at the same time and in the comfort […]
When you adore Porsche 911 Turbo so much that it is simply not enough to be driving one. In that case, you ought to wear it too and you can do so with the new Porsche Legacy Collection by Puma. Puma has released an exclusive new collection of apparel and footwear inspired by the Porsche […]
Here’s another high fashion meets automobile. This one was a collaboration between Teddy Santis, founder and creative director of New York fashion label Aimé Leon Dore (ALD), and Porsche AG.
What are the odds of a Porsche enthusiast wanting to take his/her lovely Porsche onto a desert trail? I’d say the odds are pretty damn low, but if you are one who did dreamed of pulling off a Baja in a Porsche 911, well then, custom Porsche “Baja 911” by Russell Built is exactly what […]
Among the glitz and glamor of last night (December 17) world premiere of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in Los Angeles, there was another ‘star’ that wasn’t picked up by the press. That ‘star’ was the Tri-Wing S-91x Pegasus Starfighter.
If you love Porsche from the bygone era – particularly those from the 50s, then you may want take a look at the Emory Motorsports’ latest creation, the 1959½ “Transitional” Speedster, a one-of-a-kind 356.
If the $150K price tag of the new 2020 Porsche Taycan electric sports car is a little too hard to swallow for you, well, we have good news for you. There is a cheaper option coming your way and by cheaper, we do not mean the pixel-version; it is the real deal.
Before you go ga-ga over this, please let it be known that Porsche is NOT making flying cars. At least not yet. The German sports car maker merely has an agreement with America aircraft manufacturer, Boeing, to explore the premium urban air mobility market.
If there’s one thing automakers know better other than making automobiles, it would be finding things to celebrate about and rolling out special edition rides. I am cool with that. Like, how else would you get the bragging rights to owning something “special” while also getting a bunch of non-standard equipment/extras for the same price?