There’s a Porsche 962 engine hidden in this 911 Speedster

Introduced in 1989 as the Porsche 911 Speedster, the limited low-windshield 911 was an immediate hit. Taking styling cues from the late 50’s 356 Speedster, the modern version sported both narrow and wide hips, with the wider bodywork coming directly from the 930. For some this special edition 911 would be a collectible, but oneContinue reading “There’s a Porsche 962 engine hidden in this 911 Speedster”

2020 Porsche Taycan Review

The new Porsche Taycan is Porsche’s first all-electric vehicle. It comes in Turbo or Turbo S forms, although, kinda obviously, neither has a turbocharger. Turbo is a sub-brand that means a Porsche is chuffing fast: and the Taycan, especially in Turbo S form like we’ve tested it here, is chuffing fast. On overboost the TaycanContinue reading “2020 Porsche Taycan Review”

Porsche 934: The 911 Turbo that became a race car

Much is said about the Porsche 935, and rightly so – it was practically a missing link between the Porsche 911 and a sports prototype, as were many cars made according to Group 5 regulations in the 1970s and 1980s. The central portion it was clearly 911, but the fenders, hood and rear were modifiedContinue reading “Porsche 934: The 911 Turbo that became a race car”