2022 Porsche Panamera

Is there a future for the Porsche Panamera beyond its current generation? With sales of the brand’s original four-door sedan lagging as consumers gobble up the similarly shaped, all-electric Star Award-winning Taycan – which through October had outsold every other vehicle in the lineup sans Macan and Cayenne – it’s a fair question. But in the hereContinue Reading

2020 Porsche Macan Turbo

By Brandon Turkus – motor1 The Turbo badge makes its big return to the smallest Porsche SUV. Following its refresh for the 2019 model year, the Porsche Macan reintroduces the Turbo model for 2020, offering consumers even more power and performance in an updated package. The twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter V6 (also featured in the Macan GTS,Continue Reading

Porsche Cayenne Coupe

By: Brett T. Evans – Motor1 Four decades ago, if you had some expendable income and wanted to show off, you bought a personal luxury coupe. That loaded Chevrolet Monte Carlo, Ford Thunderbird, or Chrysler Cordoba showed the world that you valued style over practicality, and you were monied enough toContinue Reading

2021 Porsche 911 Turbo

By Chris Bruce – Motor1 Save $30k over a Turbo S by sacrificing 68 HP. The 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo coupe and cabriolet arrive to fill the void in the 992-generation lineup between the Carrera S and Turbo S. Prices start at $170,800 for the hardtop and $183,600 for the convertible (plus a $1,350 destination charge for them). They’reContinue Reading


By TopGear Taken objectively, the last Porsche 911 Turbo was all the sports car you’d ever need. Its jet speed and sure-footed handling combined with all the boring-but-true facts about being reliable and easy to live to make it nigh on perfect. But, thanks to our monkey brains’ insatiable desireContinue Reading


By Jonny Lieberman – Words, Brandon Lim – Photos – MotorTrend I eyeballed the achingly good-looking, red-roofed 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet in GT Silver Metallic parked out front next to my Ford. The fleet company left the sanitized key inside the unlocked car then essentially ding-dong ditched me. This Porsche 911Continue Reading


By Chris Walton – Words, William Walker – Photos – MotorTrend “So, whaddaya think?” Jonny Lieberman asked with his arms folded, head tilted back and to the left, as Jonny does. He had just driven the 992-generation 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S to our photo location on L.A. ‘s favorite twisty bit,Continue Reading


By Matt Master The Taycan in Blighty. What’s new?Well, nothing and everything. This is Porsche’s first fully electric car, and as such the first proper production EV from a legacy manufacturer that puts performance first. This could revolutionise the way the UK regards e-mobility. Is it going to? Not overnight, no, because atContinue Reading