Friedrich Performance Just Turned Up the Volume on the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4
Porsche announced the 718 Cayman GT4 back in 2020 as the highest performance version of the 982-generation Cayman - at the time anyway, as it was soon followed by the RS version. The model is a lot more powerful than the generation is replaces, and it’s the first Cayman to develop more than 400 horsepower. Of course, as you probably already expected, there are tuners out there who think the GT4 can get a lot better. Frédéric Performance is one of those tuners, and its latest kit proves there is room for a lot more when it comes to the GT4.
This 964 Porsche 911 Turbo by Singer Kicks off a New Era of Porsche Tuning
Singer announced its first turbocharged creation back in February 2022. It was a tribute to the original 911 Turbo – the 930. The main highlight was the turbocharged, traditional air-cooled engine. It was the first turbocharged model ever made by Singer, and it had an impressive output of 450 horsepower. After the 930, Porsche launched the 964. Initial plans were for the Turbo 964 to be offered with a turbo engine, but there was not enough time to build one, so the original 964 had the same 3.3-liter engine from the 930. Two years later, the 964 actually received a 3.3-liter turbo engine. As was to be expected, after the 930, Singer focused its attention on the 964. The new Turbo Study project takes the first one a step forward and it is both sportier and more powerful. As usual, the project is developed with input from the customer, as Singer wants the car to be catered to the customer’s own personal taste.
This Porsche 928 Restomod Blends Modern Power and Tech with Timeless Design
When Porsche launched the 918 in 1978 people were amazed. It had an unconventional design, a front-mounted V-8, and was Porsche’s only luxury grand tourer. In fact, Porsche never had a car like it before. The model was supposed to replace the 911, since Porsche thought the sports car reached the limits of its potential. Of course, that never happened, as the 911 is as iconic today as it ever was, and the 928 stayed in production for 17 years with more than 60,000 units produced. Despite many rumors, the car never had a proper successor, which is a shame if you ask us.
This RWB-Modified 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera Has Seen Some Things
One of the finest examples of the 911 has to be the 993 generation Carrera. The 1995 911 was a breakthrough for its handling prowess, increased performance, and styling improvements. It was also the very last generation of 911 to be sold with an air-cooled engine. A modified 1995 911 Carrera by Rauh-Welt Begriff, a Japanese Porsche tuner, is up for grabs, and there’s a few things that are quite interesting about it.
Porsche Taycan by Jager - the Embodiment of Weight Loss Through Carbon Fiber
Naturally electric vehicles are heavier than combustion-powered vehicles due to the added weight of the battery. Take the Taycan for example, Porsche’s electric sedan has a weight in the 2,140 - 2,350 kilo (4,717 - 5,081 pounds). If that doesn’t sound like much to you, think that a Ram 1500 pickup truck has a weight of 4,798 pounds! Porsche managed to compensate for the extra weight with more power, but the Taycan is still on the high side of the fat scale.
Big Sur by Singer Is Arguably the best looking Porsche 930 in the World
Singer Vehicle Design is famous for reimagining classic Porsches. Their previous creation was based on the Porsche 930 Turbo, but they are also famous for previously unveiled DLS packages. No matter the package, each car is modified to reflect the unique tastes and perspectives of its owner, whether targeted at regular use on the road or ultimate performance on road and track.
The latest project – called “Big Sur” is based, like usual, on the 930 Porsche 911 and features a very cool Horizon Blue paint job with top striping in Singer Racing Orange.
This 991 Porsche 911 GT3 RS With a Gunther Werks GW9 Aero Package is the Ultimate Track Weapon
We are still waiting for the 991.2 GT3 RS to arrive, and judging by how improved the standard 2022 GT3 is, we can only imagine the updates the RS version is going to offer. Instead of waiting around for it to arrive, a better option would be to improve the look of your 991 GT3 RS with this cool GW9 Aero Package from Gunther Werks. For those of you who do not know, Gunther Werks is an American Porsche tuning specialist that in the past has come up with some amazing works like this Porsche 993 Speedster Remastered that was unveiled during the 2021 Monterey Car Week.
Brabus Gives The Porsche Taycan Turbo S The Sporty Look It Deserves
With a starting price of $186,350, the Porsche Taycan Turbo S doesn’t come cheap, but for that money, you get some impressive performance. It’s one of the fastest electric sedans on the market today and is capable of sprinting from 0 to 60 mph in under 2.5 seconds. Obviously, the performance credentials are in place, but could it look better? Brabus certainly thinks so, and that’s the focal point of its latest package of the Porsche Taycan Turbo and Turbo S.
The Brabus 820: A Porsche 911 Turbo S Tuned to Perfection
When the current 911 Turbo S was launched in 2020, it was downright impressive. With 640 horsepower, it became the quickest, most powerful 911 Turbo ever. The 992-gen 911 Turbo S is capable of so much more, though, and Brabus just proved it through an impressive tuning program.
Ken Block’s 1,400-HP Vintage Porsche 911 Pikes Peak Racer is Ridiculously Awesome
Hoonigan has built some insane stuff, but the most extreme builds have to be the ones done with Ken Block. You are probably familiar with the 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn, and the more recent Audi S1 Hoonitron, which is an obvious throwback to the original S1 Quattro from the 1980s. While the latter was designed and built in Ingolstadt, Hoonigan has decided to one-up Ken’s current ride, by building an unholy Pikes Peak creation based on a 1970s Porsche 911.
2022 Manhart CRT 800
The Cayenne Coupe, like the entire Porsche lineup, is due for an update. However, that won’t happen until later in 2022, so, for now, we must work with what we have. Manhart decided to take the Cayenne Turbo Coupe under its wings and give it some serious improvements.
Its latest package, the CRT 800, not only makes the German SUV look better on the outside, but also adds a lot more power under the hood.
The 2022 Porsche Taycan "GT3" by DMC Adds The Wing It Always Needed
The Taycan is one of the latest models Porsche launched, and, being an electric model, most people do not think of it as a highly customizable car. Also, there are a lot of people that think the Taycan went away from the traditional Porsche DNA.
But, DMC - a supercar tuner from Germany, decided to bring all sides together and created a Taycan that proves that even electric cars can be fun.
Evomax Challenges the Limitations of What’s Possible With the Porsche 964
If you’re a Porsche enthusiast or a restomods enthusiast, and you’ve never heard of Evomax, then you’ve been missing out. It is a relatively new company that follows a philosophy similar to that of Singer in which it modernizes and upgrades Porsche 964 Turbos. The company now offers four different models, with the latest being the Targa, but what’s more important is how the company proves just how much is truly possible with the 964 generation of the Porsche 911.
2022 Porsche 911 Super Carrera Electric By Modern Classics
With EVs gradually taking over the car market, electric crate motors are also becoming a preferred route when restoring a classic car with modern parts. Sofia-based outfit Modern Classics has done exactly that with a Porsche 911 (964) SC. While Tesla e-crate motors are usually the ones tuners go for, Modern Classics has chosen the powertrain and battery pack from a BMW i3.
This Tesla-Powered Porsche 944 Is Electric Restomodding Done Right
Switching a car like the BMW E9 Coupe to Tesla power might be enough to trigger a certain demographic, but what about this Tesla-powered Porsche 944? The Porsche 944 might be considered a beloved classic, but it wasn’t exactly iconic, and it certainly wasn’t one of the best cars to roll off the Porsche assembly line. In fact, one of the 944’s biggest faults was a lack of power. The 944 Turbo, which is what this car is based on, wasn’t exactly a turd at the time, and it had its merits, but it didn’t exactly have a reputation for being the smoothest car on the road, either.
2022 Porsche 911 GT3 By TechArt
With a very aggressive look and 502 horsepower under the hood, the new generation Porsche 911 GT3 needs no updates. Or, does it?
TechArt seems to believe there is always room for improvement, so it came up with a new carbon fiber kit specially designed for the 911 GT3, both standard and Touring versions. There’s also a new set of wheels. These changes will make the GT3 even sportier and they give us hope that in the near future, TechArt will also come up with some updates under the hood.
Until then, the carbon fiber kit will be available to order starting the summer of 2022.