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Plug-in Porsche 911 due around 2023 tips CEO Oliver Blume

Plug-in Porsche 911 due around 2023 tips CEO Oliver Blume

Just about every automaker out there is going to electrified cars to help improve fuel economy. This means that some sports car makers are following suit with Ferrari and McLaren already offering some insanely fast cars that use hybrid technology inside. It now appears that Porsche is officially ready to bring an electrified version of its iconic 911 to market.

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Car subscriptions are here, but there’s no one-size-fits-all

Car subscriptions are here, but there’s no one-size-fits-all

Once upon a time in America, you went to your local auto dealership, gave them a wad of cash, and drove a car off the lot. Then came leasing, and drivers became temporary stewards of their cars in return for three year flexibility. Now, in the midst of an auto industry terrified of Millennial disinterest and general apathy, the hunt is on for the Next Big Thing in car buying. Only the way it's shaping up, you won't be buying a car at all.

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2019 Porsche 911 Turbo spied sans camo

2019 Porsche 911 Turbo spied sans camo

The 2019 Porsche 911 Turbo has been spied out cruising around for testing and it looks mean. The car clearly has very wide bodywork to fit some very meaty tires under the fenders. These shots are the first seen of the car and surprisingly it has no camo to hide the new touches.

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2018 Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo First Drive: A rocket not a wagon

2018 Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo First Drive: A rocket not a wagon

Whatever you do, please don’t call the new 2018 Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo a station wagon. Even describing it as a hatchback is off-limits. I can understand why you might be tempted, since the roofline is ever so slightly stretched in order to accommodate a smaller fifth passenger. But this is not your grandfather's wagon, not least because - and I know I'm not the only one to think this way - the second-gen Panamera is absolutely gorgeous to look at. That means, even if I have to call it a "five-door sedan with a lift-back," I'm prepared to declare that the Panamera's "Sport Turismo" variant is one of the sleekest, most beautiful and luxurious ways to get around today. All for just $6,000 more than the regular car.

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2018 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 is a dirty girl

2018 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 is a dirty girl

Porsche appears to be getting a mildly changed 2018 Cayman GT4 ready for the limelight. This very dirty pre-production GT4 was caught out in testing and appears to be in near-production form. The car has subtle aerodynamic enhancements with a lower fascia that has redesigned air intakes.

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Singer and Williams F1’s reimagine 911 might be the sexiest Porsche ever

Singer and Williams F1’s reimagine 911 might be the sexiest Porsche ever

Singer has long been the place to go if you want an old-school Porsche restoration with touches that Porsche never imagined. The latest concoction from Singer is this green Porsche 911 seen in renderings that is the product of work in conjunction with Williams F1. The heart of this beast is a massively redone and modified air-cooled flat six that spins to 9,000 rpm and makes 500hp.

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Porsche’s electric Mission E spotted on the Nürburgring

Porsche’s electric Mission E spotted on the Nürburgring

Anticipation is starting to build for Porsche’s upcoming Mission E — its first all-electric model — ahead of the scheduled 2019 release, and fueling the excitement are more frequent sightings of the vehicle on the road. While the electric car is still in development, we've mostly been treated to still images up until now, however video has finally surfaced showing Porsche test the Mission E on Germany's famous Nürburgring track.

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2018 Porsche 911 Carrera T is for Touring

2018 Porsche 911 Carrera T is for Touring

Porsche has unveiled a new flavor of the venerable 911 sports car. This is the 2018 911 Carrera T with the "T" standing for touring. This car is a modern version of the 1968 911 T. Porsche says that the new car has less weight, a manual transmission, shorter constant transaxle ratio, and standard mechanical rear differential lock.

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Porsche 718 Cayman and Boxster GTS models pack 365 hp turbo fours

Porsche 718 Cayman and Boxster GTS models pack 365 hp turbo fours

Porsche has unveiled the 718 Cayman GTS and Boxster GTS cars, and right off the bat, we can clear up rumors about a return to the flat-six. It hasn't happened. Both the Cayman GTS and the Boxster GTS carry on with a revised version of the 2.5L turbo flat four that is found in the Cayman S and Boxster S cars. The good news is that the four has more power in GTS form than it did in the S cars.

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Porsche’s $2k car subscription launches for the rich & indecisive

Porsche’s $2k car subscription launches for the rich & indecisive

Want to drive a Porsche but can't bring yourself to settle on just one model? The German automaker has joined the short list of companies offering subscription-based access to its line-up, with the debut of Porsche Passport. Dubbed a sports car and SUV subscription program, with Passport you pay for the privilege of not having to make a long-term decision.

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Porsche made a stunning electric Cayman, but there’s a catch

Porsche made a stunning electric Cayman, but there’s a catch

Porsche's all-electric Mission E may be in the pipeline, but the German sportscar maker couldn't resist dropping an EV drivetrain into another vehicle from its range. The company has taken the wraps off the Cayman e-volution, a proof-of-concept that demonstrates electrification needn't mean more-pious-than-you tepid motoring. Unfortunately, there's bad news from Porsche along with the good.

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Lamborghini four-door tipped for 2021

Lamborghini four-door tipped for 2021

The high-end car market has plenty of luxury performance four-door cars available to purchase. There are things like the new Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo with 680hp on tap as well as the Maserati Ghibli. It looks like Lamborghini may be stepping into the four-door luxury performance market.

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