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The Taycan Is Porsche's Best-Selling Non-SUV So Far This Year

The Taycan Is Porsche’s Best-Selling Non-SUV So Far This Year

Outside of SUVs the Porsche Taycan is Porsche’s best-selling model so far in 2021 - how crazy is that?

In a world where crossovers and SUVs reign supreme, it is no surprise that the Porsche Cayenne and Macan continue to be the brand’s best-sellers. For the rest of Porsche’s model lineup though, the all-electric Taycan sits comfortably in third, making it the best-selling non-SUV Porsche so far this year.

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Porsche's 3D-Printed Seats Are Now Available, But There Are Some Stipulations

Porsche’s 3D-Printed Seats Are Now Available, But There Are Some Stipulations

After loads of research, design, and testing, Porsche’s 3D-printed seats are now ready for your bum.

Porshe has been obsessed with innovation, or needlessly reinventing the wheel, depending on how you look at it for decades. From stubbornly making the engine work in the back of the car to making an electric sedan that weighs well over two tons handle like a dream. As a result of this meticulousness, Porsche produces some of the greatest sports cars in the world. Building off this, the German sports car manufacturer is back at it again with their 3D-printed bucket seats.

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The Gas-Powered Macan Won't Survive Beyond Its 10th Birthday

The Gas-Powered Macan Won’t Survive Beyond Its 10th Birthday

As Euro 7 emissions regulations creep closer, Porsche considers a short-lived dual-Macan strategy

We’ve come a long way from the original idea that the 2021 Porsche Macan would only be offered with an all-electric powertrain. That was the story in 2019, which quickly turned into word that the next-gen Macan would be all-electric but would be sold alongside the current Macan– something we called “Porsche’s dual-Macan strategy.” Now, it seems there’s even more to the story, and you might not like what you’re about to read.

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Porsche Denies Rumors About a New Halo Hypercar, But That Doesn't Mean It Isn't Happening

Porsche Denies Rumors About a New Halo Hypercar, But That Doesn’t Mean It Isn’t Happening

Is Porsche really cooking a mid-engine GT1 successor?

Porsche’s sports car lineup is quite diverse, having numerous high-performance models based on both the 911 and 718. That said, the German carmaker currently doesn’t have a proper flagship model. Previously that role was filled by the hybrid 918, but its production was ended back in 2015. Of course, Porsche brought back the 911 GT2 RS, which was based on the 991 and they even did a homage to the 935 Moby Dick, based on that GT2 RS. With this in mind, we’ve been getting mixed reports about a potential “GT1 successor,” some of which are quite interesting.

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Bugatti Merges with Rimac to Become Bugatti - Rimac, Riding on the Back of Porsche

Bugatti Merges with Rimac to Become Bugatti - Rimac, Riding on the Back of Porsche

With this merger, Bugatti’s future and legacy are intact

We have been following this story (Bugatti-Rimac merger) for a while now at TopSpeed and the day has finally come. Porsche and Rimac , the Croatian EV performance automaker, have agreed to form a joint venture that will include Volkswagen’s high-performance marque; Bugatti .

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Porsche Will Now Build You A Custom One-Off - If You're Willing To Pay For It

Porsche Will Now Build You A Custom One-Off - If You’re Willing To Pay For It

Porsche will now allow you to build your own special Porsche. Within reason, of course.

Having the ability to customize your car brings a special degree of exclusivity to one’s ownership experience. Porsche is not new to the car customization scene, but in recent years, the company has limited itself to simply giving us limited versions of their cars. That’s not to say they are bad, on the contrary, actually, but bespoke features were left in the past.

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Porsche and Ford Team Up to Build a New Luxury Pickup Truck

Porsche and Ford Team Up to Build a New Luxury Pickup Truck

Do you really want to live in a world where Porsche sells a pickup truck?

As if the world hasn’t been turned upside down as it is, we’re now receiving word that Porsche is actually developing a pickup truck through its newly announced partnership with Ford. This pickup truck will actually be positioned in the lower range of Porsche’s offerings and is expected to slot somewhere below the Macan – and you thought 2021 couldn’t get any worse.

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Porsche Won't Build the Renndienst Minivan Because Sports Cars

Porsche Won’t Build the Renndienst Minivan Because Sports Cars

The decision is understandable, especially when you walk in Porsche’s shoes for a bit

Concept cars are tricky to digest. On one hand, they delight the eyes as they preview a carmaker’s (often spectacular) path for the future and on the other, they most often than not leave us disappointed at their lack of fruition. Most concept cars do not get turned into road-going cars. Sadly, that is the case of the Porsche Renndienst minivan. And the reason is simpler than you would imagine.

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Porsche's Huge $83 Million Investment In Rimac Could Make For An Interesting Future

Porsche’s Huge $83 Million Investment In Rimac Could Make For An Interesting Future

The German automaker wants to tap into Rimac’s technical expertise

Porsche has raised its ownership stake in Rimac, going from owning a minority share of 15.5 percent to 24 percent. The deal cost Porsche €70 million, or around $83.2 million based on current exchange rates. This is the third time the German automaker has invested in its Croatian company. Back in 2018, Porsche secured a 10 percent minority stake in Rimac before that share grew to 15.5 percent in 2019. Other automakers have also bought into Rimac, specifically Hyundai and Kia. The two Korean brands invested €80 million, or around $95.1 million, as part of a technical partnership that would give birth to a pair of high-performance electric vehicles.

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Porsche's New Partnership with PUMA is all the Sneaker Hype You Need on a Monday

Porsche’s New Partnership with PUMA is all the Sneaker Hype You Need on a Monday

Don’t expect all 500 pairs of this sneaker collection to last long

The Porsche 911 Turbo is arguably one of the most iconic cars in history. A car of that stature doesn’t just stay a car; its name lives on in other ways like, say, a limited-edition sneaker line that comes courtesy of Porsche’s partnership with sports apparel company PUMA.

The two German brands are teaming up to create this line of special edition shoes to celebrate the legend of the 911 Turbo. Only 500 pairs of shoes will be created across the entire size range, and if you’re looking to score a pair, you best be quick about it. The range will launch on November 17, 2020, and if it’s as hyped as we think it is, those 500 pairs will be gone faster than the 992-generation 911 Turbo can hit a quarter-mile. That’s 10.1 seconds at 137 mph, by the way.

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Porsche Should Build a High-Performance Van Already

Porsche Should Build a High-Performance Van Already

The Vision Renndienst is proof that Porsche can build a cool looking, fast van

Porsche recently unveiled several concept cars that it has kept out of sight over the last 15 years. Among them, there’s the Vision Renndienst, an all-electric van that pays tribute to the old vans that Porsche used as support vehicles for its racing program back in the 1950s and 1960s. They were mainly first-generation Volkswagen Microbus vans, usually painted red and labeled "renndienst," which is German for "racing service." The van concept looks surprisingly hot, and given that Porsche already built something similar in the past, maybe it’s time Stuttgart rolls out a production van. Of the high-performance variety, of course.

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The Porsche Vision 920 Is the Street-Legal Le Mans Racer That Could Have Been

The Porsche Vision 920 Is the Street-Legal Le Mans Racer That Could Have Been

The Vision 920 is the road-legal 919 Hybrid that Porsche should build ASAP

Porsche just published "Porsche Unseen," a book that showcases design studies and never-before-seen concept cars from 2005 to 2019. The release unveils a few spectacular designs, including the 919 Street, a road-legal version of the incredible 919 Hybrid race car. But apparently the 919 Street wasn’t Porsche only idea for a streetable hypercar. Porsche also envisioned the Vision 920, a Le Mans racer for the road, also described as its "most extreme vision of a super sports car."

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