A Porsche 911 convertible previously owned by Cristiano Ronaldo is for sale on Auto Trader.
The 24-year-old Reds forward – who is heading to Madrid in a world-record Â£80m move – has sold his two-year-old Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Tiptronic to a dealer who has now put it on the market for Â£70,000.
Under the bonnet of Ronaldo’s black supercar is a 3.8 litre engine with 355bhp allowing acceleration of 0-62mph in just 5.4 seconds. Continue reading →
Porsche has announced the release of a documentary film about its history, entitled “The Porsche Way”.
The two-and-a-half hour film tells the story of the German automaker in eight chapters, starting with Ferdinand Porsche and his son, Ferry.
Using footage from more than 5000 hours of archived films, races, commercials and interviews, the DVD presents a number of never before scenes of the Company, the product and Porsche motorsport. Continue reading →
Limited to fewer than 100 units in the United States, Cayenne GTS Porsche Design Edition 3 features interior and exterior styling cues that help communicate the unique Porsche’s high-performance personality.
It will be available through authorized Porsche dealers in the second half of this year for a price of $89,900 and it will come in Lava Grey Metallic with special design stripes adorning the sides and the hood.
The Geneva Motor Show is one of the 5 major auto shows in the world, the only one in Europe that takes place every year, always in early springtime.
Rolf Studer, General Manager of the Show, said: “We know it is of key importance to offer automobile manufacturers an attractive platform which guarantees them an opportunity to efficiently present and communicate to the rest of the world.
Every year we welcome some 10,000 media representatives and more than 700,000 visitors, of which 37% come from more than 110 countries.“
This year, the 79th edition will open to public from March 5 to March 15, but there are already shows and exhibition for press.
New Porsche Cayenne S hybrid will finally came to market in 2010.
According to the German automaker, the hybridized Cayenne will emit some 20 percent less C02 than comparable combustion engine vehicles with similar power output. Covering a 0-to-100 km/h sprint in just 6.8 seconds, it will earn its ‘S’ designation by delivering V8 performance and four-cylinder efficiency, all while complying with the Ultra Low Emission Vehicle II emission standards.
Cayenne S Hybrid will roll freely at highway speeds without the combustion engine on, greatly minimizing engine emissions and fossil fuel consumption. This differs from current hybrid concepts that deliver benefits mainly in city traffic.
Chris Barnard, a designer with a deeply rooted passion for endurance racing, from Bloemfontein in South Africa, has revealed few details of his new super-car, simply called the Barnard.
Powered by a twin-turbo Porsche V8 engine with a power rating of 617bhp (460kW), Barnard should run from 0 to 60 mph in less than 4 seconds, with a theoretical top speed of over 240mph (386km/h).
The car is built on a monocoque chassis made from Domex and Docoal high-tech steels which are light and very strong and it has been designed to accommodate numerous buyers’ desires, in fact it can be personalized to a great extent.
These are the first images of the interior of the new Porsche Panamera, the sports car firm’s four-door saloon which is due on sale in September.
The images show that the Porsche Panamera will offer plenty of luxurious touches and gadgets to accompany its hefty price tags.
With a continuous center console that extends from the dashboard to the rear seating area, the Panamera offers a new spatial concept for the driver and passengers featuring optimal ergonomic seating with individual cockpit-like spaces for all.
German engineering and quality handwork is what makes a Porsche an unique sports car, a top quality masterpiece, a dream and a legend.
To pass the history of this beautiful car on to future generations , last Wednesday at the headquarters of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen the new Porsche Museum was officially declared open.
Designed entirely in white and conceived as a monolithic structure, the museum is really impressive, with 5,600 square meters of exhibition space, 80 historic vehicles, a ‘Porsche Archive’ library, a shop, a vintage car workshop, conference areas available for events and a rooftop terrace.