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Next-Gen 2020 Porsche 911 GT3 992 Caught Testing Hard at Monza!

Next-Gen 2020 Porsche 911 GT3 992 Caught Testing Hard at Monza!

It could be the best service for fans ever

The new Porsche 911 992 is one of the most expected vehicles to appear this decade. We all know it is coming, we all know Porsche is testing it all over the world, but we did not know that Porsche was hard-testing the 2020 Porsche 911 992 GT3 version at the Monza. But it did and the driver didn’t hold back if we can judge by the video we have here.

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Porsche Runs the New Breed at Monza: Video

Porsche Runs the New Breed at Monza: Video

All of Posche’s race cars together on Italy’s GP track

A micro-Rennsport Reunion took place at Monza over the past weekend when Porsche took a number of their new racing, as well as street cars, and pushed them to their limits on the F1 Grand Prix circuit near Milan.

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2019 Porsche 718 Boxster Spyder

2019 Porsche 718 Boxster Spyder

Turbocharged or all-motor? We don’t know yet, but it will be cool!

It’s been two years since Porsche updated the current Boxster, also giving it a "718" badge, and it seems that the German firm is finally working on a new iteration of the higher-performance Spyder model. First introduced in 2009 and relaunched in 2015, the Boxster Spyder is a modern tribute to the 718 Spyder of the 1960s, and the upcoming will be the first to actually wear the iconic "718" badge next to the "Spyder" lettering.

Introduced in 2016, the facelifted third-generation Porsche Boxster gained a couple of major changes compared to its predecessor. While the styling and interior didn’t change much compared to the previous roadster, the new Boxster changed its name to the 718 Boxster, a tribute to a sports car from the late 1950s, and switched to turbocharged engines for the first time ever. There isn’t a lot of information to run by as of this writing, but the spyder configuration is pretty obvious in the spy shots. First spotted in snowy weather in northern Europe, the upcoming sports car hit the Nurburgring track for some high-performance testing in April 2018. And we can see a few differences. The soft-top roof is different toward the back, while the engine hood features the famous flying buttresses. I also spotted a few changes front and rear. They’re not massive, but they do make the Spyder a bit more aggressive. Under the hood, it should get the most powerful engine ever fitted in a Boxster, but the nameplate’s switch to turbocharging makes things a bit complicated. We should find out more later this year, but until then let’s have a closer look at the spy shots in the speculative review below.

The new 718 Boxster Spyder could break cover in the Fall of 2018.

Updated 09/26/2018: The Porsche 718 Boxster was testing yet again with its top down. This time, however, there are no changes to be noticed so this thing is clearly ready for its debut. Expect to see it under the lights at the Paris Auto Show in October or the Los Angeles Auto Show in November!

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We Just Caught the 992-Gen, 2019 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio with Its Top Down!

We Just Caught the 992-Gen, 2019 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio with Its Top Down!

The day of reckoning is slowly approaching

It’s not often that we get to see a car testing with its top down, and things get much more interesting when the car in question is Porsche’s new 911 Turbo. The 992-generation model is still months away from release but power output is said to be in the 600-horsepower region, and those beefy hips make us enjoy what we see so far.

Porsche’s been racking up the miles on their 992 test mules for well over a year now. We’ve seen them testing out in the Eiffel Mountains, on the Nordschleife to be precise, on the snow, and on the open road. What we hadn’t seen, though, was the new 911 Turbo Cabriolet with the soft top folded. Now that we’ve also ticked that, there’s not much else we would ask for before release aside, maybe, for a spec sheet?

The current 991 Turbo S packs quite a mean punch with its 580 horsepower, so a break into 600-horsepower territory wouldn’t be wishful thinking for the new car. What we’re sure of, in any case, is that we’d love to be in the place of that test driver and enjoy the last warm days of 2018 aboard a 911 Turbo, be it a factory test car.

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New Porsche 911 caught on the Nürburgring

New Porsche 911 caught on the Nürburgring

See the new active spoiler at work!

We’ve seen the upcoming Porsche 911 in so many spy shots that the official unveiling will be nothing more than a formal event about tech features and drivetrain specs. If you haven’t seen enough though, our paparazzi just sent us another batch of pictures, this time around from the Nurburgring track. Not surprisingly, Porsche is honing the new-generation 911 on Germany’s iconic race track.

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2020 Porsche Taycan

2020 Porsche Taycan

Stuttgart’s answer to the Tesla Model S

While considered laughable just a decade or two ago, the idea of a high-performance electric vehicle is now widely accepted in even the most traditional of speed circles. As the list of battery-motivated monster machines continues to grow, Porsche is getting in on the action with its up-and-coming Mission E. As a follow-up to hybrid superstars like the 918 Spyder and the Panamera, the Mission E is slated to become Stuttgart’s very first all-electric vehicle. Porsche teased the new model with a concept at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, and now, we’re getting our very first shots of the production iteration in the wild. Captured out and about doing some real-world testing just outside Porsche’s factory in Weissach, the spy shots reveal just how close the Mission E is to becoming a reality on public roads. Expect specs that either match or beat the Tesla Model S, with several hundred miles of range and a blistering 0-to-60 mph time, not to mention a luxurious cabin space and Nurburgring-tested handling.

While full details are still forthcoming, there’s plenty of info floating around out there to go on in terms of speculation. Regardless, it’s sure to be top-shelf and quite fast, but the question remains – will it be enough to take out the Tesla? Is this finally the Model S killer we’ve been waiting for? We’re still a few years away from the release of the Mission E, so we’ll have to wait, but in the meantime, check out our speculative review.

Update 09/10/2018: The Porsche Taycan was spotted during its pre-production test runs with minor changes. Check out the spy shots section below to see what has changed as it moves closer to production

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Next-Generation Porsche 911 Caught Camo Free

Next-Generation Porsche 911 Caught Camo Free

A better look at the upcoming sports car

The 992-generation Porsche 911 has yet to go public, but the German sports car is no longer a mystery as far as exterior design goes. Spotted numerous times without camo, the upcoming 911 just made a new appearance on public roads. And apart from thin strips of tape on the bumpers and taillights, the coupe is as clean as it goes.

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Porsche Could Still Turn The 911 Electric, But It's Going To Be The Last Model To Get The EV Treatment

Porsche Could Still Turn The 911 Electric, But It’s Going To Be The Last Model To Get The EV Treatment

That’s the word from a high-ranking Porsche exec

A few months after Porsche’s CEO emphatically shut down any thought of seeing an all-electric Porsche 911, a high-ranking executive has come out with a softer stance, saying that if Porsche decides to give the 911 an EV overhaul, it would be the last Porsche model to get that treatment. It’s not a clear-cut declaration that the 911 is going electric eventually, but it does open the door a bit on the possibility that we will, after all, see an all-electric version of the automaker’s most iconic model.

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2020 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS

2020 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS

Should break cover by the end of 2018

When it unveiled the 2016 Porsche Cayman GT4 in February 2015, Porsche finally did what gearheads had been asking for a very long time: it allowed the mid-engined Cayman to live up to its true potential, which had been kept leashed to prevent it from being faster than the base 911. Now that the first Cayman GT4 has come and gone and the mid-engined sports car it was based on received a mid-cycle update, it’s time for a new track-ready coupe.

Ever since the first GT4 was announced, enthusiasts have been asking themselves whether Porsche will take things up a notch and develop a GT4 RS. But, despite favorable rumors and the fact that an RS version would make sense, a more powerful GT4 has yet to happen. This could change with the upcoming model. And even though there’s no confirmation whether it will be called the GT4 or GT4 RS, the new coupe will definitely pack a significantly beefed-up engine. So I’m tempted to go with an "RS" badge.

Updated 08/20/2018: Our spy photographers caught the upcoming Cayman GT4 out for one final testing before its official debut set for the 2018 Paris Auto Show.

Continue reading to learn more about the Porsche Cayman GT4 RS.

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Porsche Taycan Promises a 3.5-Second Sprint to 60 MPH

Porsche Taycan Promises a 3.5-Second Sprint to 60 MPH

Not as quick as Tesla, but certainly no slouch

Hype is building for Porsche’s first all-electric performance car, as Stuttgart continues to tease us with fresh images posted to its social media accounts. Critically, one recent post included a tasty little morsel on the car’s specs, specifically the time needed to hit 60 mph.

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Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport Rally Concept Hints at Porsche's Return to Rally

Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport Rally Concept Hints at Porsche’s Return to Rally

Could this be the first step towards Porsche competing in rally racing again?

There is nothing that Porsche engineers can’t do. Case in point: the Cayman GT4 Clubsport Rally Concept. The new machinery is a turnkey, track-spec race car that traces its roots to the Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport. It looks different than the GT4 Clubsport, in large part because it was designed specifically for rally racing use. More importantly, the concept will be in attendance at Rallye Deutschland later this month and will serve as a course car for Romain Dumas, the same man who now holds the time attack record at Pikes Peak with the Volkswagen I.D. R electric rally car.

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Check Out the New Porsche 911 Before You're Supposed to See It

Check Out the New Porsche 911 Before You’re Supposed to See It

It’s gorgeous!

The next-generation Porsche 911 is still a few months away from its global debut, but we can already have a good look at its design thanks to a new batch of photos that show the car with absolutely zero camo!

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