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It Looks Like Porsche Really Is Working On a New 911 Safari!

It Looks Like Porsche Really Is Working On a New 911 Safari!

Cross your fingers that this isn’t another one-off concept that we don’t see for the next 10 years

A high-riding Porsche 911 prototype was recently seen gallivanting around the streets of Germany, adding fuel to the fire that the German automaker might offer a 911 Safari. In 2012, Porsche discreetly built a 911 Safari, but it was a one-off prototype that the public didn’t know about until it was featured in the Porsche Unseen web series back in November 2020. Is this our first look at a road-going Porsche 911 Safari?

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This Lego Porsche 911 Kit Is Double The Fun

This Lego Porsche 911 Kit Is Double The Fun

Build the 911 Targo or the Turbo Coupe - the choice is yours!

Lego has been on a roll with all the car kits that it has been releasing these days, and the toy brick marker has shown little interest in slowing down anytime soon. The newest addition to its growing car kit lineup has arrived, and it’s a two-in-one bundle that’ll allow you to recreate a coupe and a targa version of the 1980s Porsche 911 using the same 1,458 pieces that the kit comes in.

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This Is a REAL and ONLY Factory-Built Bulletproof Porsche 911

This Is a REAL and ONLY Factory-Built Bulletproof Porsche 911

It never left the carmaker’s facilities and is now on display in the Porsche Museum

We don’t know about you, but whenever the words ‘bulletproof’ and ‘car’ are joined together, our minds immediately flash nameplates such as the Range Rover, BMW X5, 7 Series, Mercedes-Benz S-Class, you get the point.

Heck, the business of adding ballistic protection to a given car is so lucrative that there are companies that manage to take the vehicle to the extreme – think of Rezvani and their Wrangler-based Tank.

On that note, we never thought Porsche would go this route. However, it did, for a one-time project that involved a 996-gen 911 Carrera.

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2021 Porsche 911 (964) By Ares Design

2021 Porsche 911 (964) By Ares Design

Now this is 911 coachbuilding done right!

The Porsche 911, in all of its generations, is a legendary machine. As some would say, it has mastered the art of having the engine in “the wrong place”. The classic 911 models in particular that are the most intriguing and often subject to modernization by tuning studios. The Italian coachbuilding company Ares Design has chosen to let its creativity loose upon the 964-generation 911 Turbo, resulting in one of the most epic recreations ever. Of course, there are other studios that have their own interpretations of the 911, so what makes the Ares 964 Turbo so special?

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Singer ACS - The 964-Gen Porsche 911 Safari Of Your Dreams

Singer ACS - The 964-Gen Porsche 911 Safari Of Your Dreams

This custom 964-Gen Porsche 911 Will Probably Haunt Your Dreams In a Good Way

California-based Singer is known for doing impressive restoration work to classic Porsche 911s, but what it’s revealed today essentially takes the company to an all-new level. The 964-gen 911 you see here isn’t a 911 Safari, not by any means. It’s actually what Singer calls “The ACS.” If you’re not familiar with the name, ACS stands for All-Terrain Competition Study, and as you can see, Singer has turned this 911 into an ultimate off-road rally weapon.

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Learn More About the Porsche 911 R and Why It's Worth $350,000

Learn More About the Porsche 911 R and Why It’s Worth $350,000

The Porsche 911 R is by far the coolest 911 built in the modern era

When Porsche revived the GT3 badge for the 991-generation 911, it opted to drop the six-speed manual in favor for the seven-speed PDK, a decision that upset most purists.

To make up for that "mistake," Porsche created the 911 R, essentially a 911 GT3 RS without the big rear wing and with a six-speed manual transmission. Enthusiasts went wild and not only the 991 units sold immediately, but many 911 R models were flipped at incredible prices. Until Porsche introduced the 911 GT3 Touring in 2017, 911 RSs were sold for more than $700,000 and sometimes listed at more than $1 million.

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This Porsche 911 Art Might Disturb You At First

This Porsche 911 Art Might Disturb You At First

Then you’ll start to love it

Porsches have been on posters since before I was born and with the rise of technology, aficionados have been adorning their laptops and smartphones with Porsche goodness on the regular.

At the same time, Porsches have been inspiring people well beyond the desire to work hard and drive a 911 one day. Porsche, just like BMW to some extent, has both a knack and soft spot for the visual arts and there’s no better way to illustrate this affinity than Chris Labrooy’s work.

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2021 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup

2021 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup

The 992-generation 911 GT3 Cup race car is the most powerful of its kind

The 2021 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is the latest iteration of the company’s one-make series race car. Based on the latest, 992-generation 911, the GT3 Cup is essentially an FIA-compliant version of the road-legal GT3. The latest in a long line of GT3 Cup models that goes back to the early 1990s, the 2021 911 GT3 Cup retains the naturally aspirated flat-six layout of its predecessors, but it comes with more power than before. Rated at more than 500 horsepower, the 992 GT3 Cup is the most powerful of its kind. What sets it apart from the outgoing model and what racing series is it eligible for? Find out in the review below.

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Porsche unleashes 2021 911 GT3 Cup, gives us preview of upcoming 911 GT3

Porsche unleashes 2021 911 GT3 Cup, gives us preview of upcoming 911 GT3

The 2021 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is the most powerful yet, looks hot!

It’s been only a week since Porsche unveiled a camouflaged version of the 911 GT3 Cup race car and we can now see it in all its glory. Unveiled for the 2021 racing season, the 911 GT3 Cup is based on the yet unveiled, road-going 911 GT3. While identical to its road-legal sibling, the GT3 Cup gives us a preview of the upcoming 992-generation 911 GT3.

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5 Reasons Why the 2018 GT2 RS Is the Best 911 Ever Made

5 Reasons Why the 2018 GT2 RS Is the Best 911 Ever Made

It’s a tough call, but the 911 GT2 RS makes five compelling cases

Ranking the 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS as the greatest Porsche 911 of all time is a tough ask. Is it really better than the 1975 Porsche 930 Turbo? Is it more desirable than the 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7? Would you trade your 911 GT2 RS for a 1963 Porsche 901? These are difficult questions with even more difficult answers. But in the long and glorious history of the Porsche 911, the 911 GT2 RS, at the very least, is in the discussion among the best 911s of all time.

There’s a lot to love about the 911 GT2 RS, so much so that even Porsche dedicated an entire episode of its Top 5 videos to showcase the five reasons why the 911 GT2 RS can be considered in the 911 GOAT conversation.

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Is It Just Us Or Does the Cyberpunk 2077 Porsche 911 Turbo Look Better In the Game Than Real Life?

Is It Just Us Or Does the Cyberpunk 2077 Porsche 911 Turbo Look Better In the Game Than Real Life?

Holly molly, you can drive the awesome Porsche 930 Turbo in Cyberpunk 2077!

Cyberpunk 2077 was released on December 10 on most platforms and it’s quickly taking over the world of first-person shooters. It’s not the kind of game we’d usually feature on these pages, but like any cool video game out there, Cyberpunk 2077 features a few cool cars you can drive. But I’m not here to make a list of them, I just want to go nuts over the fact that Cyberpunk 2077 features the awesome 930-generation Porsche 911 Turbo. It’s the original 911 Turbo from the 1970s and the only car I ever want to drive in this game.

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This 1967 Porsche 911 S Targa Has Been Restored To Perfection

This 1967 Porsche 911 S Targa Has Been Restored To Perfection

One very special 911 Targa lives again

More than 70-percent of all Porsches ever built are still on the road and while that’s an impressive fact in it of itself, some are still gathering rust in an old barn somewhere as we speak.

This was the case of the very first Germany-delivered Porsche 911 S Targa, which somehow found its way to the U.S. in the late 1960s. There, the Neunelfer spent about 40 years abandoned in a garage before being born again through a full restoration carried out by Porsche Classic.

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