With new flat-four engines, a revised look and some new tech, the 718 Boxster and Boxster S are ready to bring midengined roadsters into the 21st century.
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.
A mid-cycle update brings bigger turbocharged power and greatly improved in-cabin tech to Porsche's legend.
The 2016 Boxster Spyder will put a smile on your face for sure, but it's not much better than the next in line Boxster GTS.
The 2017 Porsche 911 doesn't mess with a proven formula, but a new pair of turbochargers is certainly a big change.
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.
LaCie announced its Porsche Design Mobile Drive, which features a USB-C connector and will work natively with Apple's new MacBook. The drive will also work with existing computers' USB ports via an included adapter cable.
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Porsche's hybrid super sports car has been a long time coming, but with a total of 887 horsepower on tap, it seems to be worth the wait.
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The 2014 Porsche 911 Targa 4 and 4S bring a classic Porsche body style into the 21st century.
The 2013 Porsche Boxster delivers fantastically balanced performance and full-featured tech, but avoid expensive luxury items for the best value.
The 2012 Porsche Cayman R is an excellent car for fast driving on winding roads, but in daily use it can prove a little uncomfortable.