“TAG Heuer and Porsche have common history and values, of course, but more importantly, we share an attitude,” says Frédéric Arnault, CEO of TAG Heuer.
While driving the new Carrera 4S, there are moments of the mundane blended effortlessly with the exhilarating. That blend helps the 911 maintain its position as one of the top sports cars on the market.
There’s a new player or extremely updated vehicle in nearly every important segment, so we’ve made a checklist of some of the most noteworthy new cars that we’re looking forward to driving this year.
Specificity in restoration is Flatsix’s specialty. “Period correctness” is essential to their craft, and they approach the conceptualization, disassembling, and reassembling of the cars as if they were artists or museum-employed restorers, trying to capture the historical flavours and tendencies that went into the original makes.
For generations, the refined elegance and masculinity of cars has influenced fashion, but no company is doing more in this field than Mariclaro.
Porsche would like to set the record straight on a couple of things. Number one: it makes the best cars on the planet. Number two: don’t you ever forget number one.
Behind the wheel of the new 2019 Porsche Cayenne Turbo, it’ll probably take me longer to clear the security line than to get to the airport in the first place.
Porsche is offering wannabe rally drivers the chance to live out their dream with its Ice Experience Canada—a multi-day program that gives guests the opportunity to drive 911s on the snow and ice.
Porsche has teamed up with automotive photographer and personality Ted Gushue to launch @type7, which focuses on the human side of the Porsche world.