The new 2018 Porsche GT3 RS has been leaked ahead of its official unveiling, and it follows up on the success of its predecessor. An upgraded 4.0-liter naturally-aspirated 6-cylinder engine now delivers 520 hp at 8250 rpm, enabling it to achieve a 0-62 mph (100 km/h) time of just 3.2-seconds, while hitting a maximum top speed of 192 mph. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
We know that the Porsche Mission E is coming soon, but further down the line, an electric hypercar could be in the works. Called the Porsche 9e1, this 918 successor by automotive designer Romain Gauvin is powered by an all-electric drivetrain and sports round headlights and a 911-inspired rear where the main battery pack is located. Continue reading for more interesting images from around the web.
The Porsche Design BOOK ONE is essentially a 2-in-1 concept laptop and tablet hybrid, as well as one of the world's thinnest convertibles / detachables. Featuring a 13.3-inch QHD display, Intel's latest 7th generation Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of SSD storage. The hinge is very similar to the one found on Lenovo's Yoga line, enabling users to push the display 360° and use it in tablet mode. Continue reading for another video review, more pictures and information.
The Huawei Mate 10 Porsche Design Edition smartphone could be one of the sleekest yet. Featuring a dedicated Artificial Intelligence processor with machine learning, 6GB of RAM, 256GB of internal storage, a rear dual camera setup consisting of a 12-megapixel RGB and 20-megapixel monochrome modules offering f/1.6 aperture dual lenses. Continue reading for a hands-on video, more pictures and information.
Called Porsche Passport, this monthly subscription service will be offered in two different tiers: a $2,000/month "Launch" tier, which provides access to eight different models including the Cayenne, 718 Boxster, 718 Cayman S, as well as the Macan S, and then a $3,000/month "Accelerate" tier that offers a 22 vehicle lineup. Both include white-glove vehicle delivery, insurance, maintenance, detailing, as well as taxes and registration fees. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Ever wonder what a 1,400-horsepower monster can do at the drag strip? If so, this video should answer your questions. What you're looking at is a 9ff-tuned 997 Turbo that can hit 60 mph in under 3-seconds, while boasting a top speed in excess of 249 mph. It needed just 8.89 seconds to cover a standing 1/4 mile as it took on an Audi RS7. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
At first glance, this may look like a normal 1979 Porsche 911 SC Targa, but look under the hood, and you'll discover that it's actually an electric machine with more driving range than a majority of the battery-powered cars available today. The company tossed the flat-six engine, and replaced it with a pair of electric motors, mated to the car's original five-speed manual transmission. You get instant torque, which means it's half a second quicker in the zero-to-60mph sprint than the stock model. Continue reading for two more videos and information.
Priced at $16.7-million, the Porsche GTT 115 Hybrid Superyacht was designed by Studio F.A. Porsche and built by Dynamiq. It's limited to just 7-units worldwide, and features a luxurious interior, complete with rich chocolate brown furniture, hardwood floors and plenty of high-tech gadgets. The ship offers a range of 3,400 nautical miles while cruising at 21 knots. continue reading for more pictures and information.
Porsche Design is known for their high-end fashion accessories (backpacks, jackets, etc.), but they've been dabbling in the tech world recently, starting with a sleek laptop, and now this dual display smartwatch. From the looks of the user interface, it may connect with infotainment centers on future Porsche vehicles, letting users control certain functions and / or play music. Continue reading for more pictures.
Unlike other supercars, the Porsche "X" by industrial designer Zhang Ningbo is completely driverless. This fully-electric vehicle can either be set to run autonomously, or remotely operated by humans like you would a drone. Underneath its shell, you'll find a 360° camera where the driver and passenger would normally sit. Continue reading for more pictures.