A mid-cycle update brings bigger turbocharged power and greatly improved in-cabin tech to Porsche's legend.
Porsche's first job as a company was to design a car for the people of Germany, which resulted in the Volkswagen Beetle. Nowadays, Porsche lives on as a subsidiary of Volkswagen, building the group's sports cars and crossovers, ranging from the 918 Spyder hybrid supercar to the Macan SUV. Its flagship, the rear-engined 911, has soldiered on for roughly fifty years.
The 2015 Porsche Macan is an extremely rewarding driver's car, yet promises all-around practicality with its all-wheel-drive system and compact SUV cabin space, making it the most universally usable model in the Porsche line-up.
This pedal promises to use haptic feedback toward helping you save fuel while driving.
The automaker's CEO has drawn a line in the sand between its sports cars and the rest of the luxury market.
When you're paying that much for a soundbar, it had better be this over-the-top.
A turbo in every 911? We talk with the company's COO to find out how exactly that's going to work.
Is it better to drive or be driven? Or, can you have your cake and eat it too?
The Porsche Mission E has four doors, four seats, 600 horsepower and the hearts of everyone who has seen it here in Frankfurt.
Porsche just kicked the already-insane Cayman GT4 up another notch with the insane Clubsport, a $165,000 race-ready monster.
At the close of the calendar year, it's time to take a look at the models that moved us beyond, well, just simply moving us. There are good cars in every segment, and while there are many standouts that deserve a spot on this list, the cars that follow are the ones that had us looking back and wishing for more seat time.