The Porsche 911 is an icon of automotive design. And over the years it has transformed, time and time again, to become one of the ultimate driving machines. But in many ways, like its predecessor the 356, and its predecessor the Volkswagen Type I or Beetle, it is the type of vehicle that continuously morphs bit by bit
What are the fastest production cars to 60 mph in the world? To answer that question, here is a list featuring the fastest 10 supercars, hypercars and open sports cars, offering a mix between a surplus of power and lightweight construction.
It’s no secret that car enthusiasts love to hate on SUVs, as most just don’t perform well, especially compared to a well-designed coupe or sedan. Even your modern car-based crossover is just too tall, too heavy, and too likely to be stuck doing carpool duty to warrant any serious consideration from a performance perspective.
Photos by Norman Woo Porsche introduced three new models to the world at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show. Two of them were GTS variants of the venerable 911 Carrera and the formidable Cayenne. The third model was a limited production Panamera Turbo S Executive Exclusive Series that offers luxurious combination of performance and exclusivity. […]
What are the odds of someone who has never won anything, suddenly wins a car worth 6 figures? That is essentially what happened to Scott Tougas after he listed an item on eBay during our Summer Sell-ebration Week (June 18 – 24, 2014). Now he has a 2011 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet parked in his […]