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This year, Porsche made its 24-hour comeback. XCAR spoke to some legends, past and present, about what made Le Mans their race -- and why they're back.
Porsche have released GTS editions of the Boxster and Cayman, the top spec versions available. Both have more power, adjustable rides and are pretty amazing. But which is best?
Porsche used to be pretty good when it came to Le Mans. It won everything, all the time. However, for one reason or other the brand hasn't been there since 1998. 2014 sees the 919 Hybrid racer hit La Sarthe, with someone well known behind the wheel... We took a look at the car, and the tech behind it.
If you had posters of cars on your bedroom wall when you were a kid, chances are Porsche's first supercar was among them.
Porsche has more overall victories at the greatest endurance race on earth than any other team. As it returns to Le Mans, we look back at its glittering history.
While the 911 is the king of the Porsche lineup, Porsche has been refining the drop-top Boxster for years. Is it now the brand's best sports car?
The Porsche Macan is the German sportscar maker's latest SUV. It's also super quick and rather good looking. Does that take the shine off the Range Rover Evoque?
Porsche brings us a plug-in hybrid that proves that you don't not need to sacrifice speed for efficiently all the time.
Mark Webber will race for Porsche at Le Mans this year. XCAR had a chat with him about the move from Formula 1 and how he first started racing.
We take a look at the new Porsche 911 Turbo S, and have a look back at where it came from.