We get behind the wheel of a prototype version of the new all-electric Porsche Taycan Turbo S Cross Turismo ahead of its official arrival Porsche’s first foray into the electric car world has gone better than it could’ve imagined. The Taycan has won plaudits the world over, with sales to match. So it makes sense to follow up on
The blazing Turbo S is the second-quickest production car MotorTrend has ever tested. The target: 0-60 mph in 2.3 seconds. That's the record and the bar by which all other production cars will be measured. Only two have ever accelerated to 60 mph so quickly, the 2017 Tesla Model S P100D and now, the 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S
Porsche's special-edition Boxster bundles corner-carving goodies but doesn't forget about the commute. Sports cars don't ride this well. After a few miles, disbelief turns to awe. You see, this Porsche Boxster T is aimed directly at the lunatic fringe of car buyers who crave the sportiest handling in a base Boxster. We had a short drive of a European-spec
Highlighted by the Sport Turismo wagon model, Porsche's updated Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid gains power, refinement, and 30 percent more electric range. Recent headlines regarding Porsche's four-door cars have naturally gravitated to the company's new Taycan electric sedan. And given the performance of the 750-hp Taycan Turbo S—the most powerful Porsche currently available—that hype is understandable. But Porsche has
Porsche's entry-level 911 doesn't have a big horsepower number, but it has the performance goods to justify its price. 12/1/20 UPDATE: This review has been updated with test results for a 911 Carrera equipped with the automatic. This is very likely the least expensive new Porsche 911 you'll ever lay eyes on. At $106,290, it has a mere $7540
Can you have more fun for £70,000 than you do in the new Porsche Boxster GTS PDK? We think not. Verdict Even faster than its manual sibling, the Boxster GTS 4.0 PDK is one of Porsche’s most usable, fun cars. It feels perfectly sized for British roads and handles superbly, and the dual-clutch automatic gearbox doesn’t take away an
Up close and personal with one of the year’s most anticipated driver’s cars. There's the merest hint of a twitch, caught instantly with the tiniest flick of the wrists. Andy Preuninger keeps his foot down. The corner opens onto a short straight running between trees with hints of the red and gold and brown of autumn among the green.
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