Last week, Porsche announced both the latest generation of their iconic 911 and a limited-edition timepiece.
The new electric vehicle concept marks something special for Porsche—it’s a glimpse into how the brands reads its own future.
This vintage restoration is the product of intense fine-tuning and bespoke design.
As part of the celebration for its 70th anniversary, Porsche has announced a new take on its 991.2 generation 911 sports car: the 911 Speedster Concept.
While I’ve never been the type of adult who is drawn to toys, if Lego is going to produce a small vintage 911 in bright green, I’m buying it.
Lightweight, meticulous, powerful, exclusive, and very expensive—what’s not to like?
The price ensures that only the most audio-obsessed would consider the Burmester. But, for those that check the box on the options list, the Burmester sound is incredible.
With 22 current distinct models, there has never been a better time to want a specific flavour of 911, and the Carrera T is the low-fat option with just the right spices to turn up the heat.
For the first time, Porsche is bringing its Porsche Sport Driving School (PSDS) to Canada, transporting a 40-year-old program to one of Canada’s best-known racecourses.