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Check Out This Incredible LEGO RC 1970 Porsche 917K Build By Sariel

Sariel, the person known for whipping incredibly detailed remote control custom LEGO vehicles is back and this time, he made a LEGO RC 1970 Porsche 917K and believe me, this creation easily blast original offerings from LEGO out of water for accuracy. I mean, LEGO Technic set like the Bugatti Chiron accurately recreated the form, but the Technic pieces just made them look a little too ’technical’. Too many crevices and openings here and there. Continue reading Check Out This Incredible LEGO RC 1970 Porsche 917K Build By Sariel

Porsche ‘Project Gold’ Turns Out To Be An Air-cooled Classic 911 Turbo

A while back, Porsche teases a mysterious project which it calls “Project Gold” and today, the luxury sports car maker has taken the wrap off to reveal what’s going on. Turns out, Porsche has built an air-cooled Porsche 911 Turbo after 20 years it ended the series production. Picking up where history has left off, this 911 Turbo is based on an original body shell and coated in a striking Golden Yellow Metallic – a nod to the 2018 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series. Continue reading Porsche ‘Project Gold’ Turns Out To Be An Air-cooled Classic 911 Turbo

Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport Concept Study Looks Kind Of Bizarre

Normally, I am all up for a race car, whether or not it is a real race or just a homologation, but the Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport though, looks kind of bizarre. It is a real car, btw. Not a render or an engine-less prototype. This Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport is a concept study for the FIA R-GT category, based on the near-production GT circuit race car. Continue reading Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport Concept Study Looks Kind Of Bizarre

Paul Smith Touched 65’ Porsche 911 Is Possibly The Coolest 65’ 911 Can Gets

What you see here is a no ordinary 1965 Porsche 911. It bears the iconic mark of British fashion figure Paul Smith. It has a body color that of the famous “artist stripe” familiar to fans of Paul Smith. The result pretty much speaks for itself. A classic suddenly has a different lease of life. The Paul Smith colors, in 1960s-appropriate saturated hues, were applied by Porsche tuner Sports Purpose, turning a timeless classic even more timeless and well, very artful. Continue reading Paul Smith Touched 65’ Porsche 911 Is Possibly The Coolest 65’ 911 Can Gets

Porsche Celebrates 70 Years With A Timepiece That Pays Homage To The 356

Cars are not the only things Porsche is turning out to mark its 70 years of sports car in 2018. There is at least one non-car thing. Though so, it is one that is no less closely related to Porsche’s automobile. This celebratory product is the 1919 Datetimer 70Y Sports Car Limited Edition timepiece. Yes, it is a wrist watch, but not just any wrist watch. Continue reading Porsche Celebrates 70 Years With A Timepiece That Pays Homage To The 356

Porsche Brings Back The Spirit Of 356 With 911 Speedster Concept

In addition to bringing its first sports car back to life and giving its electric sports sedan a name – among many other things, Porsche is marking its 70 years in existence with a Porsche 911 Speedster Concept. Porsche described the open-top sports car as a “road ready study” and so, it is very likely it will make it into production. The question is: when? Though it is worthy to note that Porsche is still undecided about this car, but it is sure a hint of the potential series-production version which, if materialized, will only be presented in 2019. Continue reading Porsche Brings Back The Spirit Of 356 With 911 Speedster Concept

Porsche Fully Electric Sports Car Mission E Is Now Known As “Taycan”

First unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2015 and officially green-lighted later that year, Porsche’s very first electric sports car “Mission E” now has an official name and it is called Taycan. Loosely translated to “lively young horse” – a reference to the image appeared at the heart of the Porsche emblem – Taycan is set to begin series production next year. Continue reading Porsche Fully Electric Sports Car Mission E Is Now Known As “Taycan”

Porsche Brought Its First Sports Car Back To Life As A Show Car

Eight months is how long it takes for Porsche to bring back its first sports car, the Porsche 356 “No. 1” Roadster, back to life. For a car this old, restoring it to its original form was a daunting task. Undaunted, Porsche Museum took a 3-D scan of the actual classic before superimposing the virtual model onto the scanned design drawings from 1948. Continue reading Porsche Brought Its First Sports Car Back To Life As A Show Car

Porsche 911 GT3 RS Tamed ‘Green Hell’ With 6:56.4 minutes Lap Time

The new Porsche 911 GT3 RS may not be fastest Porsche yet, but it sure makes the notorious 20.6 km (12.8 miles) ‘Green Hell’ at Nürburgring-Nordschleife circuit in Germany looked tame. Piloted by Porsche development driver Lars Kern and Porsche works race driver Kévin Estre, the 520 horsepower Porsche GT3 RS set a lap time in 6:56.4 minutes, becoming the third production Porsche sports car with a notarized lap time of less than seven minutes. Continue reading Porsche 911 GT3 RS Tamed ‘Green Hell’ With 6:56.4 minutes Lap Time

Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo Has 600 HP And Looks Utterly Fabulous!

Pardon me for my excitement. While I am more of a patrolhead, I am equally drawn to electric drive too, especially one that has 600 horses with a stunning aesthetic to boot, like the Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo Concept Study. Unveiled at the 88th Geneva Motor Show, the Mission E Cross Turismo is as what its name suggests it to be: a concept study of an electrically driven cross utility vehicle (basically, sports utility vehicle, or SUV). Continue reading Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo Has 600 HP And Looks Utterly Fabulous!