Professor Ferdinand Porsche, Creator of the Porsche 911, Died Today

It’s a sad day for Porsche fans the world over. Professor Ferdinand Porsche, who created the Porsche 911, died at the age of 76 today in Salzburg. Here is the press release for Porsche with some great details on his life and accomplishments: Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, is mourning Professor Ferdinand Alexander […]

Porsche Announces a Freshend Up Boxster

Porsche announced a new Porsche Boxster this week with some great photos and a few of the major changes noted in the press release. Most notable are a new lightweight body, completely revamped chassis and a wider track. They also outfitted the car with larger wheels. You can imagine how this will continue to improve […]

Porsche Delivers a Fresh Take on the Porsche 911 Cabriolet

Today was another great day in Porscheland. At the Detroit Auto Show, Porsche announced the open top Porsche 911. The Cabriolet is a new take on this classic model. Here’s a clip from the press release: Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, unveiled the 911 Carrera Cabriolet in Detroit today. The 911 is making […]

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Porsche green lights the Porsche Cajun – Looks like we’ll be seeing a new addition to the Porsche family in 2013. A baby brother to the Porsche Cayenne, the Porsche Cajun will start hitting the streets as a 2014 model. Porsche has already broken ground on an expansion to its Leipzig facility to house operations […]

2013 Porsche Boxster Spy Shots

Car and Driver Magazine recently published spy shots of the 2013 Porsche Boxster. I like the Boxster, but I have to say, I really like the look of this new model. Definitely more 911-like and the open top lines are mighty sexy. A few details seem to be known such as 50 to 100 pounds […]

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Good interview with Jerry Seinfeld – A few weeks ago, 9 Magazine published an interview of Jerry Seinfeld that appeared in a German paper. I’ve long been a Seinfeld fan, and he’s arguably one of the most famous collectors of Porsche cars alive today. The interview is definitely worth a read and I particularly like […]

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Porsche will continue to offer manual transmission option – Porsche quelled the fears of many a purist this week. Company CEO Matthias Muller confirmed a manual transmission will continue to be available on the Porsche 911 for as long as there is demand. This makes sense since they did just develop a new seven speed […]

New Panamera Spy Shots Thanks To 9 Magazine

9 Magazine posted spy shots yesterday of the new Porsche Panamera testing on the Nürburgring. Based on the shots, it looks like the Panamera will get a facelift, similar to the look of the new Porsche 911 that was officially announced last week. My first thought when seeing these was, “Already?!” Doesn’t seem like the […]

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The ultimate tailgating rig…a Porsche 356 turned Car BBQ – I saw this over on a couple of weeks ago, and it’s a must check out on their site. For the Porsche enthusiast who has everything, this one-of-a-kind BBQ will surely add some sizzle to the next Porsche Parade outing. Not only is there […]

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Hidden message on Porsche 918 RSR video – In the video below, you can see “…im CAD hat’s passt” inscribed on the new Porsche 918 RSR in handwritten script. Translated in English, it means “it fits in CAD!”. It evidently referred to the unwelcome discoveries that pieces shown to fit during the computer design phase […]