I have flirted mentally with a nice sporty car for the past few years. I am so drawn to the Corvette visually, especially the C7. But honestly, I know I am definitely not a "Corvette Guy". I am also not a Porsche guy although I love to admire them. But I
. . . is up and running! When it comes to cars, everyone has his favorite. There are Porsche, Lotus, Lamborghini, and Volvo fans here, to name a few. Me? I'm a Mopar guy. Dodge 'n Plymouth musclecars - the stuff my dreams are made of. And these days, my d
Breathless. The striping at the doors looks stunning and not to much. I think the Carrera S is the perfect daily 911. Color, can not be better than what you chosen. Interior strips in alu, just perfect. Clocks, great that Porsche keeps the 911 DNA alive.
Only 50km today but I’m speechless The color really pops and works fantastically well (in my opinion) with the RS wheels. The interior (race Tex / aluminum) is very sporty but not too loud, I’m very very happy how it turned out! Now the most difficult is
He was right behind me on the curvier sections, I was a bit ahead on the longer straight, but clearly not by a huge margin. I drove the Cayman GTS 4 cylinders in Germany 3 years ago… can’t recall much difference in pure performance but the sound is not in
In all honesty, for real world/road use the turbo 4-cylinder version of the Boxster is actually a more enjoyable car to drive. I'll admit I own one so I may be biased, but even the 4 cylinder is far more power than you're able to use on the road if you wa
The EPA tests cars on a standard, simulated city and highway (ie lab, not out on actual roads) program. The most critical gear used in the manual transmission ends up being third. As a consequence, it’s is kept longer (compared to the auto) so that the en