The next-generation 992 Porsche 911 is coming, and to keep people excited, Porsche is showing off pictures of some of the torture testing now underway before the car’s European launch early next year. Here’s a look at what Germany’s most legendary sports car has to go through before hitting dealerships.
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Well isn't this a nice Sunday evening surprise. I'm sitting at my computer, catching up on emails and getting ready to cook dinner, when lo and behold Porsche pops in to say "Look at this, it's the lightest new 911 you can buy right now!" Meet the 2018 Porsche 911 Carrera T.
The Porsche 911 flat-six is an iconic engine. This rear-mounted engine is the heart of probably the most talked about and praised sports car of all time. Let's watch it get dissected!
Take the religious following of air-cooled Porsche 911s, then reduce that to the community of folks who are evangelists for the four-cylinder 912, and you've got a group of seriously passionate people. Like most passionate people that I've met, they want to bring you into the fold and show you why whatever it is they love deserves attention.
Video: Everybody flipped out last year when LEGO Technic released a gorgeous Porsche 911 GT3 RS. But who would have guessed that an even more beautiful spectacle would be watching the 2700-piece work of art participate in a crash test.
It's a 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera S, painted in Irish Green and designed to mirror some details from the very first 911 from 1963. And when it rolled off the assembly line in Zuffenhausen today, it became the one-millionth Porsche 911.
By now, it seems safe to say that Doom can be played on any device a person wants. It's been adapted for printers, ATM machines, calculators, the Apple Touch Bar and many others. But none of those devices have 370 horsepower to send you careening down a road, honking like a maniac while you blow demons back to Hell.