First Review of the 2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupé

The Porsche Cayenne Coupé has three new models to choose from; Standard, S, and Turbo. The frame and engine are shared with the Cayenne, but there are some significant changes to support the Coupé line including a sleek roofline which is 0.78 inches lower than the Cayenne, a different suspension, body changes, interior refinements, and custom 22-inch wheels.

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First Review of the 2019 Porsche 911 Speedster

There have only been five Porsche Speedster limited edition vehicles produced since 1948, and the new 2019 911 Speedster is the first one based on the GT3 Touring platform. What has resulted is the creation of an open-top roadster with an aggressive performance profile. Only 1,948 of these special 911 Speedsters will be created with delivery starting in late 2019.

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Explore Exciting Roads in the 2019 Porsche Panamera GTS

The Porsche Pamnamera lost its GTS badging with the last redesign in 2017. Now Porsche is bringing back the Panamera GTS with a new V-8 engine with twin turbochargers and a big kick in performance. As they have been doing with other GTS models in the line, Porsche is adding a lot of standard performance features and some new technology to boot.

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The Next Generation Porsche 911 Will Soon Be Revealed

The next generation of the venerable Porsche 911 will be revealed at the November 2018 LA Auto Show. Porsche brought several pre-production models to the San Francisco area to test them in the varying road and weather conditions that area is known for. Here are some reflections from passengers who rode with the test drivers.

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The Return of the Porsche 911 GT3 6-Speed Manual

Porsche surprised and delighted their loyal owners when they announced last year they were bringing back a manual transmission for the Porsche 911 GT3. Why make such a move when the PDK dual-clutch automatic transmission can shift more quickly? Porsche believes the driving experience should be about emotion, not just efficiency. The 911 GT3 is specially tuned for performance on the track, and the manual will simply add to the thrill. It uses a naturally aspirated 4.0 liter flat-six engine. It’s rated for 500 horsepower and 339 lb-ft of torque. This is the last non-turbocharged engine in Porsche’s inventory.

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