This is the new Porsche Vision 357, a Cayman GT4 RS-based 'concept' created by Porsche as the first of many celebrations for its 75th birthday this year. Its shape is that of a pumped up, slammed original 356, an idea of the kind of car Ferry Porsche migh
In the world of small Bombas, there are few ones: The Porsche Cayman, the Audi TT, the Lotus Elise, the Alpine A110 and the... Alfa Romeo 4C. And the 4C is not the less interesting. With a body which reminds the most beautiful creations from the Sixties.
The big fat tires on the back and weight balance mean most of the time the car wants to understeer, car really needs to be moving and on the power to get it play and then you're going quite fast, np for the track but tough on public roads. As Patrick note
Best debated over a few nice bottles of wine! I've driven many but only owned one, an 89 930 3.2 Carrera. Before buying it I had the chance to test drive the 964, 993 and 996 but the 930 was the most charming one with the thin steering wheel even though t
Let me start off with the following. I really like Porsches, but I feel the vast majority of people who buy them have NO IDEA what they're buying. Let me explain... Porsches and BMWs are two luxury/premium German car marques. Porsche is considered luxury.
930 would be amazing but I’d “settle” for a Carrera. I had a chance to buy one before prices went ballistic but didn’t; although the car was perfect, the seller was asking for a little too much money and I wasn’t sold on the color (Guards Red — to me red
I guess I am far from being the only one to love and have a huge admiration for the Porsche 911, which will celebrate the 60th anniversary of its unveiling, next year. 60 years, already!!! I never owned a Porsche, I considered the idea many times, and I a
"Real" dry sump vs. "integrated" like on a Cayman or BMW M3 is not really a big deal IMO. The main difference is true dry sump creates vacuum in the crankcase, reducing windage loss. Even though the AM engine is dry sumped, the max power is lackluster com
This is the benefit of having a double wishbone suspension front and rear. Some cars have it in the front (like Alfa 4C, but not Porsche Cayman) but very few have it front and rear (super exotics like McLaren, Aston Martin, Ferrari, Lamborghini have front