German tuner MANHART has just unveiled their latest project, and it's called the "991.2 Turbo". This tuned model boosts the turbocharged 3.8-liter, 6-cylinder engine to 670 hp and 642 lb-ft of torque, thanks to a remapped ECU and stainless steel exhaust system, good for a 0-62 mph time of 2.9-seconds. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.
It debuted as a concept, but just today at the Paris Motor Show, the automaker confirmed that the Porsche 911 Speedster will be going into production, limited to just 1,948 units worldwide. On the outside, you'll find a lightweight Tonneau cover, fitted by Tenax buttons, instead of a traditional soft top. Power comes from a naturally-aspirated flat-six engine generating 500 horsepower, mated to a a six-speed manual gearbox, and a GT exhaust system with titanium tailpipes to finish things off. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Auto enthusiasts probably already know that the Porsche 911 GT3 RS is an even more track-focused version of the 996 GT3, and the same could be said for the Huawei Mate RS Turbo. This followup to the Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS now boasts carbon fiber accents and comes in a variety of colors, including the stunning Mexico Blue. Technical specification wise, you'll find a triple rear camera setup and a crown button for easy scrolling. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The Schuppan 962CR, based on the dominant Le Mans-winning Porsche 962 race car, was a sports car built from 1992-1994 by Australian racecar driver Vern Schuppan. This mid-engine, rear-wheel drive supercar weighs just 2,315-pounds, and is powered by a water-cooled, twin-turbocharged 3.3-litre Type-935 Flat-6 engine producing 600 hp, mated to a five-speed manual transmission. Matthew Ivanhoe was fortunate to pick up this 0-mile example when the automaker went bankrupt and one of the company's creditors took this black example into his possession to protect his investment. Continue reading for two more videos, pictures and information.
Porsche Design has partnered with Huawei for several smartphones, and it's no surprise that there are several more in the works. One of them may look similar to this device by DBS Designing. Featuring an edge-to-edge display, a triple rear camera setup, brushed metal chassis, and lots more. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The Porsche Boxster is a fine sports car, but when compared to the 911, GT3, GT3 RS, etc., it doesn't quite hold the line, that is unless...you're talking about Bisimoto Engineering's modified version. This fully-gutted Boxster not only has a central driving position, complete with roll cage as well as a Momo racing seat, it's powered by a Precision turbocharged six-cylinder engine that generates up to 700 hp. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Like other automakers, Porsche will soon have its very own all-electric lineup, starting with the Mission E, and possibly a 911 variant, like this one created by industrial designer Dejan Hristov. Featuring a unique ring headlight design with an opaque center and rear hologram taillights that actually project various signals, such as roadwork, turn, etc. Continue reading for more pictures.
Auto enthusiasts know that the Porsche Mission E is the automaker's first all-electric vehicle, but what if they also added self-driving capabilities into a supercar-like vehicle that slots between the GT2 RS and 918 Spyder? Meet the Porsche Cygnus Concept, which is all-electric and boasts in-hub electric motors, in addition to its sleek lines. Continue reading for more pictures andi nformation.
Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine recently got the chance to take the upcoming Porsche Mission E, the company's first all-electric car, out for a spin at their Experience Center in Los Angeles. Power numbers haven't been officially confirmed, but reports have it producing around 600-horsepower using two electric motors. These numbers mean that it can hit 62 mph under 3.5-seconds, all the while offering 310 miles of range when fully charged. Continue reading for two more videos and information.
Created by automotive designer Mason Watson, the Mission-X is fully electric and measures 4,415 mm (173.8 in) in length, 1,995 mm (78.5 in) in width and stands just 1,517 mm (59.7 in) tall. The exterior panels are completely removable, enabling it to better adapt itself to its surroundings as well as for repairs. Continue reading for more pictures and information.