The Porsche Club of America’s Werks Reunion started out four years ago as a plucky little show that was easy to drop in to on the way to The Quail, but for 2017, the PCA’s Monterey get-together has grown significantly, expanding to larger digs at the Corral de Tierra Country Club out between Laguna Seca […]
The third generation of the Porsche Cayenne is in the starting blocks. The new edition of this successful model, which has achieved more than 760,000 sales since 2002, has undergone a complex and challenging series of examinations. Taking place across the globe and under extreme conditions, the tests ensure that the SUV meets the highest quality requirements set by Porsche.
An exciting final stage concluded this year’s Sachsen Classic rally today in front of the Transparent Factory in Dresden. The 15th edition of the rally, which is steeped in tradition, took place in a picturesque setting in Saxony.
Weight is the enemy to manufacturers producing performance vehicles. Carbon fiber has played a major role in reducing vehicle mass, with some manufacturers such as McLaren creating monocoques of the strong and lightweight material. Lately, carbon fiber is beginning to be used for a component that had rarely used it in the past: wheels. Koenigsegg was […]
Porsche has become the world’s first vehicle manufacturer to offer lightweight wheels with braided carbon fibre. They are available now as an option for the Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series.
The next-generation Porsche Cayenne is just around the corner. We drove the prototype a few months ago, and the SUV is slated for unveiling on August 29. Under the hood, there will be a single- or twin-turbocharged V-6; the V-8 turbo will be launched at the Frankfurt auto show a few weeks later. There also […]
In this interview, Michael Steiner, Member of the Executive Board Research and Development at Porsche, explains the realignment in motorsport, the switch from LMP1 to Formula E, and whether Formula 1 is under discussion.
Porsche Cars North America (PCNA) and Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca today announced the next Porsche Rennsport Reunion will take place at the famed California racetrack in 2018. The upcoming Family Reunion has been expanded to four days and will be held September 27-30, 2018 on the Monterey Peninsula.
Connectivity is therefore becoming an increasingly major issue in the automotive industry.
Earlier in the summer, Porsche Cars North America chief Klaus Zellmer announced that the Rennsport Reunion, a weekend-long celebration of all things Porsche—especially Zuffenhausen-related motorsport—would return in 2018, though he wasn’t prepared to announce the location. Now it can be told: The sixth edition of what fans invariably reduce to Rennsport will be held at […]