Another blast from the past, this time in the form of this beautiful 1966 Porsche 911 Deluxe RS. So, what’s this special about this car? Well, aside from the Porsche badge, there were 253 completed 911s fitted with a wooden dash and Webasto heaters back in 1966,
Launched in 2015, the 991-generation GT3 RS was a significant update over the GT3 and a big departure from the previous car design-wise, having borrowed base bodywork from the Turbo model. The GT3 RS remains the ultimate naturally aspirated track-toy with a Porsche badge at
Everyone, meet the Porsche 911 Medusa by RWB – deadly looking, isn’t she? RWB – Rauh-Welt Begriff – is a radical Porsche 911 modification company based out of Chiba, Japan. Creator Akira Nakai is well-known for this eccentric attitude towards automotive projects, and for the fact that
Porsche’s 911 GTS range is also showing off some new features and tweaks, just in time with the new year and all that ‘new me’ craze we all notice around us. The 2017 Porsche 911 GTS benefits from the updated styling introduced by the 991.2
German tuning company and overall automotive magicians at Techart have developed a fresh range of power kits, with a particular focus on the new Porsche 911 Carrera S and Turbo S models. As such, both models have gained an extra 60 ponies, allowing the Carrera
Can you believe that this 1973 Porsche 911 G before you has only ben driven for 27,341 miles its entire life? Neither can I, but that seems to explain why the German vehicle looks as good as it does. There were about 113 911 G vehicles built,
Tuning shop Litchfield is responsible for the superb Porsche 911 Turbo S in front of you. Their team developed a program for the 991-generation Porsche 911 Turbo S, which means extra power, lower weight curb and improved handling. What could be better? Litchfield’s new titanium exhaust system was designed
People have been drooling for the Singer badge and their craftsmanship for a while now, and for good reason. However, that team never even got close to this outrageous vehicle, the creation of KAEGE GmbH. The Germany-based specialists developed the retro-looking KAEGE Retro, a Porsche 911 part of the 993 generation.