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.
It's National Stick Shift Day, and to celebrate, Roadshow editors have gathered their favorite new cars and trucks available with three pedals.
A sweet six-cylinder engine and GT3-derived chassis make Porsche’s Cayman GT4 an ideal track weapon.
Porsche pumps-up the 718 Boxster with drivetrain and chassis components from the Cayman GT4.
Based on the 991.2 GT3 RS, it'll start racing in the 2019-2020 World Endurance Championship season.
Even without many options, there's plenty of tech to play with in the third-generation Cayenne.
For those looking for a bit more involvement than your average luxury SUV, the Cayenne S checks all the boxes.
Porsche's latest SUV is impressive, but you'll have to handle the trade-offs that come with agility.
Michael Mauer is ready to show Porsche's first EV to the world.