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Porsche GT3 RS is coming

Following on from the Porsche 911 GT3, which has enough performance to get anyone in trouble, Porsche has now announced the ultimate derivative,...

50 years of Porsche

The iconic Porsche 911 reaches its half century this year, and courtesy of the Porsche factory, here is the legend from the start...

Wealthy Singaporean Porsche motorists arrive Thai South

SATUN, Oct 16 – A caravan of 29 luxury Porsche cars from Singapore crossed the Thai-Malaysian border in this southern province for a...

Amazing finds are still possible

An unrestored right hand drive matching numbers Porsche 911S was recently unearthed in a barn in Ireland.  Crucially, the low mileage ’72 specification...

Falken sticks with Porsche

Tyre manufacturer Falken has announced it will return to the ALMS (American Le Mans Series) next year with a 2012 specification Porsche GT3...

The VW battalions marching onwards

Far from being a conglomerate that Porsche had its eyes on taking over, before itself was swallowed by it, VW is coming out...

China makes cheap cars, but the Chinese have expensive tastes

The marketplace is so huge, and the ordinary Chinese are becoming more affluent, that the Chinese manufacturers no longer have to worry about...

New 911 on its way

Due to be released at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September is the ‘new 911’ (known as the 991 series by Porsche).  As...

The most reliable cars in the US and the UK

Porsche topped this year’s J.D. Power and Associates customer satisfaction survey, with Jaguar and BMW coming in second and third. ...

Ultimate Supercars at Royal Garden Plaza

On June the 10th at Royal Garden Plaza the chairman of the Pattaya city tourism and sports committee Ratanachai Sithidechanai chaired the opening of...

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