Last week, we brought you Adam Levine’s gorgeous Porsche 356, and yesterday we showed you a wonderful 928 creation. Perhaps you’ve got a Porsche itch that needs scratching. Or maybe you want to put one of Stuttgart’s masterpieces in your garage. Look no further than this 1990 Porsche 944 S2 Cabriolet, our eBay Find of the Week.
While it may not carry the same weight at Detroit or LA, the New York Auto Show ranks as one of the biggest auto shows of the year. In the past two years, we’ve seen big hitters like the SRT Viper, Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, and a few others make their world debut in the Big Apple.
With the impressive sales numbers of the Cayenne and Panamera, Porsche has proven that branching out from its iconic, curvaceous coupe formula can be successful. But well before the Panamera was a reality, Porsche had created a four door sportscar, albeit with a very truck-like approach.
Success in Hollywood tends to bring loads of money with it, which usually gets spent on matte-gray Audi R8 coupes or zebra-wrapped Range Rovers. So it’s always nice to find a celebrity with exquisite taste in classic cars.
I was recently at the 12 Hours of Sebring, and it was an impressive experience, to say the least. The track is uneven and dated– but the drivers don’t care. They race there for the history, and Sebring is full of it. Want proof? Then check out Sebring’s Gallery of Champions; a rotating cast of historical cars. It is insane to see what they have ‘just lying around’ on race day.
When I say, “hybrid” you may have the image of a Toyota Prius, Honda Insight, or various other forms of date repellant. Sure, the roads are now littered with hybrids that are all but devoid of any soul and passion. But there are alt-fuel green cars out there that will actually make you want to go out and drive. Here are eight great performance-rich hybrids, for your guilt-free driving pleasure.
Say what you will about cars like the Panamera and Cayenne, but Porsche is a brand that is deeply in tune with its past, and knows its bread and butter. Ask any enthusiast to name five epic sports cars, and Porsche 911 is sure to be right there on the short list. But is the Boxster about to become better than the 911?
Earlier this morning we showed you one ultra-rare supercar for sale, but good luck affording it. Of course, if you want the performance you’ll have to pay, but if you want the look of an exotic car, one crafty enthusiast might have an option for you.
This past weekend saw an event-filled 12 Hours of Sebring race. Chip Ganassi Racing, with driver Marino Franchitti at the wheel, took the overall victory after a long fought battle with Ryan Dalziel for EMS Racing. Unfortunately, along with some great racing, there were too many preventable driver accidents, a late yellow flag that paused the race for WAY too long, and another horrendously bad call from Tudor Series officials that possibly cost a team their win.
Four-wheel steering is a concept that comes and goes in the automotive world. At one point the GMC Sierra was available with it, and it even appeared on the Honda Prelude at one point (remember when Honda made cool cars?), but Porsche is the latest to join the four-wheel steering party, as shown in two videos.
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