Porsche AG of Stuttgart, Germany has made the sports car – Porsche 911. Since its inception the 911 has been modified, both by private teams and the factory itself, for racing, rallying and other types of automotive competition. It is often cited as the most successful competition car ever.
The type 997 911 GT3 that announced on 24th February 2006 can accelerate 0-100 km/h in 4.1 seconds. Meanwhile it is as quick as the Turbo version as the top speed is 310 km/h (193 mph). Read the rest of this entry »
The first prototype of a small Cayenne was spotted near Germany’s famed Nurburgring. The Stuttgart based car marque will enter the segment occupied by the BMW X3, Audi Q5 and Mercedes GLK.
The Porsche Roxster (it will most likely not be called that but its all we have for now) will most likely be based on the new Audi Q5.Â The Porsche looks to have a lower ride height than the Q5, giving away its more sporting intentions.
Whatever the case, this probably won’t be the last time spy photographers catch the vehicle in the wild so we expect more details to emerge in the coming months. Stay tuned..
Porsche had unveiled the latest 2009 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S in the Beijing Show to unwrap the most powerful Cayenne SUV model up to date. The improvements in engine control have help to boost the standard Cayenne Turbo’s 4.8-liter V8’s output from 500 Hp to 550 Hp and there has also been an increase in maximum torque by 50 Nm to 750 Nm.
The Cayenne Turbo S can accelates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.8 seconds compare to standard Turbo only 5.1 seconds and reach the top speed at 280 km/h. Moreover, the fuel efficiency figures for the new Turbo S are exactly the same as those for the Cayenne Turbo despite the fact that the new Turbo S is faster and more powerful than the regular the Turbo model.
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