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Porsche shuns Android Auto for Apple CarPlay in new 911

Porsche shuns Android Auto for Apple CarPlay in new 911

While both CarPlay, from Apple, and Android Auto, from Google, are gaining more and more support these days from a variety of car manufacturers, sports car maker Porsche has decided to go with only one for its new flagship 911 models. The upcoming 911 Carrera and 911 Carrera S will only have support for Apple's infotainment system, as, according to Motor Trend, Porsche felt that Google's system required the gathering of too much data about the vehicle.

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Porsche Mission E delivers 800 volt shock to Tesla

Porsche Mission E delivers 800 volt shock to Tesla

Tesla may have had the luxury all-electric sedan space effectively to itself for some time, but Porsche has a striking wake-up call for Elon Musk. The German marque revealed its take on the segment, the Porsche Mission E, at the Frankfurt Motor Show today, currently a concept but undoubtedly previewing just what the company has in mind for its next electrification steps.

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Porsche’s new 911 Carrera packs a turbo engine and more speed than ever

Porsche’s new 911 Carrera packs a turbo engine and more speed than ever

We have known for a while now that the next generation 911 would be fitted with a turbo engine in all forms. The new 911 Carrera has been unveiled packing its turbo engine and Porsche says that it is the best performing 911 Carrera made so far. Porsche says that the new car is the fastest 911 Carrera ever and has abundant torque for passing power.

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Porsche sold a 919 Hybrid replica model for over $100k

Porsche sold a 919 Hybrid replica model for over $100k

Want to blow $100,000 in cash on a nice sports car? You've got plenty of options, like a Porsche for example. But how about getting a Porsche that can't be driven. No, not like it isn't street-legal, but in that it doesn't actually have an engine. That's what one lucky eBayer bought when Porsche auctioned off a non-functional replica model of its 919 Hybrid, the same vehicle that just won the 24 Hours of Le Mans race.

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Porsche breaks Audi’s 24 Hours of Le Mans 5-year record

Porsche breaks Audi’s 24 Hours of Le Mans 5-year record

Five years. That's how long Audi has held on to the crown of the 24 Hours of Le Mans race. But on Sunday, Audi yielded the title to Porsche, who hasn't won the trophy since 1998. Porsche has just recently also returned to endurance race after 16 years of absence proving to be quite the surprise comeback. More than that, Porsche actually managed to nab five slots in the top five, with two of its cars earning the first two slots. Audi comes in at third and fourth.

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Porsche 911 Carrera and Boxster Black Editions pack enhanced features

Porsche 911 Carrera and Boxster Black Editions pack enhanced features

Porsche has created special editions of its popular 911 Carrera sports car and the Boxster roadster. The special editions are called the Black Edition and as you can guess, the key styling feature for the models is black paint and black interior. The standard paint for both models is a normal black color on the outside with Jet Black metallic available as an option. The best thing about these cars isn't the black paint color; it’s the features that Porsche crams inside.

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New BlackBerry/Porsche collaboration leaks

New BlackBerry/Porsche collaboration leaks

The last time BlackBerry and Porsche worked together, the result was a $2,00 smartphone. Expect similar results this time around, as a series of pictures have leaked via Weibo which seem to show off a new-look BlackBerry Porsche collaboration. Though similar to the BlackBerry Passport, the design here is distinctive enough to be a lot less BlackBerry and a whole lot more Porsche, unlike the P’9983 we saw appear late last year. If you like BlackBerry and love bold design, this might be one to watch for.

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Porsche is also getting Apple Watch integration

Porsche is also getting Apple Watch integration

Porsche seems to really be exercising its Apple connections. Just yesterday we saw the car maker officially added to the roster of names that will be sporting Apple's formal entry into the in-vehicle systems, CarPlay. Now, the news is that there will be more Apple love on the way. When? well, when the Apple Watch officially lands on your wrists. Supported Porsche models will soon be controllable from the convenience of your wrists using an updated Porsche Car Connect that talks nicely with the smartwatch.

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Porsche adding Apple CarPlay to its future models

Porsche adding Apple CarPlay to its future models

Shortly after Apple CEO Tim Cook boasted that all of the world's major car makers had committed to offering CarPlay, the company's infotainment system, Germany's luxury sports car manufacturer Porsche is also confirmed to be supporting the iOS-based platform in its future models. While a formal announcement from either Apple or Porsche was never made, the automaker was quietly added to the list of supporting companies on the CarPlay website sometime back in March.

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Porsche’s ultralight Boxster Spyder couldn’t resist one compromise

Porsche’s ultralight Boxster Spyder couldn’t resist one compromise

Throw out the excess weight, junk the fancy DSG gearboxes and the electric hood, and you get this: the new 2016 Porsche Boxster Spyder, the lightest and most powerful yet. Unveiled this week at the New York Auto Show, the pared-back Porsche trades out the creature comforts drivers of even high-performance vehicles have come to expect, in favor of coaxing the most fun from the 3.8-liter six-cylinder engine. That adds up to a 0-60 mph time of just 4.3 seconds, and a top speed of 180 mph.

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Porsche Boxster Spyder packs 375hp and 180 mph top speed

Porsche Boxster Spyder packs 375hp and 180 mph top speed

Porsche has unveiled the new Boxster Spyder to the world at the New York International Auto Show. The car is the top of the line for the Boxster family and is only available with a manual transmission for weight savings and driver enjoyment according to Porsche. The Spyder has a firmer suspension than standard Boxster models and sits 20mm lower.

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Porsche introduces new navigation system for classic sports cars

Porsche introduces new navigation system for classic sports cars

Porsche has created a new navigation system for its classic cars. Now, vintage edition Porsche sports cars will be able to upgrade their dashboard with this new navigation radio. It is designed to fit in the radio slot of Porsche's classic cars. The navigation radio has a bit of a retro feel to it, made to fit a vintage dashboard seamlessly, creating an unobtrusive use of navigation technology in a classic car.

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