Weekly Porsche Wrap

12 year old “Porsche Kid” speculates on 2014 Porsche lineup – Yes, the same kid that put out the renderings of the Porsche 928 Turbo a few months ago (12-Year-Old Commissioned to Design 928 Replacement?) has put together what he thinks the lineup will be for the 2014 model year. Jalopnik has the entire write-up with renderings. Some interesting things in there, although all of it is speculation based on rumors, supposed spy shots of new cars, and regurgitated speculation from other car enthusiast sources. Check out the Jalopnik blog to see it all. [Via Jalopnik.com]

Preview of the 2011 Porsche Boxster Spyder – If you’re itching to get your eyeballs on some experienced based seat time in Porsche’s new Boxster Spyder, check out the National Post’s preview drive of the car. It’s pretty short (remember, we like short and to the point reviews!) and gives you a good feel of what the car promises to be like. Definitely worth reading. This is one Boxster I can’t wait to see and drive. [Via National Post]

Cars as the center of art, depicting emotion and transcending themselves as inanimate objects – Sounds like heady stuff doesn’t it? A post on Jalopnik this past week addressed a point Top Gear’s James May raised in a recent column about the artistic depiction of cars. If you’re ready to skip on to the next entry in this post because all of this sounds like too much artistic mumbo jumbo, just head over to the post to look at the cool 911 pictures (you can see a sampling on the right). Some great photography that I found very appealing. If you’re interested purely for the artistic pontification, you’ll likely be dissappointed. [Via Jalopnik.com]

The Porsche Boxster Spyder unveiling – Wired.com has some great pictures and their write-up of the Porsche Boxster Spyder unveiling at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Definitely worth a quick read and some of the pictures are really really cool. [Via Wired.com]


  1. I love taking pictures of cars. I love trying to get that elusive shot,or trying to capture a car in the perfect light. cars are art, kind of a modern sculpture.