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Matt Farah Exposes The One Thing Wrong With the 2020 Porsche Cayman GT4

Matt Farah Exposes The One Thing Wrong With the 2020 Porsche Cayman GT4

It seems that the 2020 Porsche Cayman GT4 would be perfect with a gearbox upgrade

Porsche revised the range-topping Cayman GT4 for the 2020 model year with notable performance upgrades. Although the entire Cayman range switched to turbocharged flat-four engines, Porsche kept a flat-six in the GT4. Not only that, but it also replaced the previous 3.8-liter unit with the 4.0-liter flat-six from the 911 GT3.

This engine cranks out an extra 34 horsepower and increases top speed close to 190 mph. Some say that the latest Cayman GT4 is better than the Porsche 911 and Matt Farah seems to agree in his review of the sports car. However, Farah also believes that the Cayman GT4 needs one specific aftermarket upgrade to be perfect.

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Pro Racer Reviews the 750-Horsepower Porsche Taycan Turbo S...Like a Pro

Pro Racer Reviews the 750-Horsepower Porsche Taycan Turbo S...Like a Pro

This review of the Taycan Turbo S has all the relevant info about the EV

We’re going to see a lot of EV wars happening in the years to come, but for the moment, the Porsche Taycan takes the all-electric sports car cake.

In all honesty, we weren’t expecting any less from Porsche, a brand whose name and history are strongly tied to the world of motorsports. So, what happens when a professional race driver reviews the Taycan? The answer is a 15-minute video that will show you just how good the German super-sedan really is.

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Check Out This Awesome Review of a Street-Legal Gunther Werks 993 Porsche 911

Check Out This Awesome Review of a Street-Legal Gunther Werks 993 Porsche 911

This modified Porsche 993 will make you forget about the modern GT3 RS

Because the Porsche 911 is a very popular car, the market is now packed with tuners that modify the German sports car. Among them, there are a few shops that do older 911s. Gunther Werks is one of them, and its reinterpretation of the 993-generation 911 is impressive, to say the least. And it’s not just a beefed-up 911, but a full-fledged race car that’s road legal.

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Here's the Evolution of the Porsche Boxster and How It Saved Porsche In the Early 1990s

Here’s the Evolution of the Porsche Boxster and How It Saved Porsche In the Early 1990s

This dynamic infographic will teach you everything you need to know about the Porsche Boxster

Porsche may be a successful company right now, but it had it’s fair share of financial difficulties in the past. The early 1990s were pretty rough for the Germans, as sales had dropped from more than 50,000 units a year in 1986 to only 14,000 examples in 1993. Porsche had to do something about it and a new 911 model wasn’t enough. So the German company started exploring other possibilities, including a replacement for the front-engined, entry-level line that previously included the 924, 944, and 968. Some say that Porsche looked to the success Mazda was having with the Miata and opted to design a new mid-engined roadster inspired by the iconic 550 Spyder of the 1950s. It was dubbed the Boxster, it was cheaper than the 911 but still fast and powerful, and it saved Porsche from bankruptcy. The folks over at Car Evolution just posted a cool video that show how this nameplate evolved in almost 25 years on the market.

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2021 Porsche 718 Boxster and Cayman: What's New?

2021 Porsche 718 Boxster and Cayman: What’s New?

Porsche is keeping its entry-level sports cars fresh with a host of new updates

Taking care of the models in your lineup, upgrading them on a yearly basis or simply applying a nip and tuck every now and then is pretty much like nurturing children.

For the 2021MY, Porsche is making sure the 718 Boxster and Cayman brothers are in top shape to perform in the market but most importantly, on the road, too.

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The Porsche 911 Basically Prints Money, and That's Why Porsche Can Sell the Taycan At a Loss For Now

The Porsche 911 Basically Prints Money, and That’s Why Porsche Can Sell the Taycan At a Loss For Now

The Porsche 911 was the most profitable car of 2019

Back in the 1990s, Porsche 911 sales were so slow that the German carmaker had to develop an SUV, the Cayenne, to return to profitability. Come 2020, and the Porsche 911 is the most profitable car in the world. According to Bloomberg, the 911 accounted for nearly 30 percent of total Porsche earnings in 2019, even though it made up only 11 percent of the company’s sales.

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Sorry, Folks, But a Naturally Aspirated Porsche 911 Carrera Isn't Going to Happen

Sorry, Folks, But a Naturally Aspirated Porsche 911 Carrera Isn’t Going to Happen

A naturally aspirated Porsche 911 Carrera is just “not really feasible,” as the R&D costs are too high

With the recent return of naturally aspirated engines to the 718 Boxster and Cayman lineup, it has raised the question of whether or not Porsche will offer a turbo-free 911 Carerra. It could, considering its new 4.0-liter engine (currently found in the Cayman GT4, Boxster Spyder, Cayman GTS, and Boxster GTS) would be a good fit in theory, but there’s a lot more to it than that.

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The Very Things That Make the Porsche 911 So Iconic Are Also Making It Hard to Go Hybrid

The Very Things That Make the Porsche 911 So Iconic Are Also Making It Hard to Go Hybrid

The Porsche 911’s size, layout, and architecture are all working against Porsche engineers in their efforts to go hybrid

The concept of a hybrid or electric 911 isn’t a new one – Porsche has been working on a 911 hybrid for years. We even discussed whether or not there’s a legitimate case for an electric 911 in mid-2019. After all, the Porsche 718 Cayman is expected to go electric or at least hybrid when the next-gen model launches, so the 911 should be next, right? Well, it’s not exactly that simple as the 911’s general design all but prohibits efficient use of electric components. Let me explain a little further…

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Crazy Car for Sale: Center-Drive 2008 Porsche 911 Carrera S Turned GT3

Crazy Car for Sale: Center-Drive 2008 Porsche 911 Carrera S Turned GT3

For $60,000 you can own a 2008 Porsche 911 Carrera S turned center drive GT3

We have come across some pretty interesting cars for sale these days. Just recently, we covered that custom 1995 Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 by Vielside and let’s not forget about the apocalypse-surviving Toyota 4Runner or the R35-power Nissan Juke. And, these are just the tip of the iceberg. This time, we’re here to tell you about a 2008 Porsche Carrera S that has been converted to center drive and fitted with tons of GT3 parts. The real kicker: It is 150-pounds lighter than it was when it rolled off the production line and 75-pounds lighter than a stock 911 GT3.

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This Video Is Proof That Safari-Spec Porsche 911s Have a Place In This World

This Video Is Proof That Safari-Spec Porsche 911s Have a Place In This World

These Porsche 911s are better desert runners than the Ford Raptor

The Porsche 911 is mostly seen doing two things: driven in anger on the race track or cruising city streets or highways with a calm yet appealing flat-six soundtrack. But this iconic sports car can be more than that.

To the folks over at Kelly-Moss, a company building 911-based race cars and road-legal custom builds or restorations, the 911 is also a capable off-road machine. Not the kind that you can climb mountains with, but safari-spec models that you can use to tackle frozen lakes and sandy dunes.

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Meet the Guntherwerks 400R - a 25-Year-Old Porsche 911 That's Faster Than Today's GT3!

Meet the Guntherwerks 400R - a 25-Year-Old Porsche 911 That’s Faster Than Today’s GT3!

This is the best of all the worlds!

Are you bored of resto-modded Porsches? Good, because neither are we and since we’re talking old Porsches that are made to beat whatever Stuttgart’s got on its production lines right now, let’s take a look at the Guntherwerks 400R, namely the production version of a car we first heard about back in 2018.

It’s been improved in many areas since then and now Guntherwerks is ready to begin making this half-a-million-dollar 993 on steroids. You can still probably get one but you gotta act quick - they’ll only be making 25 400Rs.

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Check Out Doug DeMuro's Presentation of the Often-Forgotten Porsche 968 Clubsport

Check Out Doug DeMuro’s Presentation of the Often-Forgotten Porsche 968 Clubsport

The Porsche 968 Club Sport was the highlight of the transaxle era

The 968 was the last great sports car from Porsche’s transaxle era, which started with the 924 and continued with the likes of 944 and 928.

Porsche finally exited this transaxle phase in 1995, with some 400,000 such models built, so a nod back to those times always makes sense - and you don’t have to be a Porschephile to acknowledge it. Thanks to Doug DeMuro, the 968 Club Sport gets the attention it deserves.

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