Now that it is 2020 (at least as you read this – as I write it I don’t even know who won the bloody election), I’ve been thinking about what Porsche I’m most looking for driving in 2020, and I guess a lot depends on whether we’ll even see let alone get a go in the new GT3. My guess is that even if it’s shown, I won’t get behind the wheel this year. But a new 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo 992? That seems altogether more likely.
502hp and optional Heritage Pack for open-topped GT car
RPM Technik Reveals 996 CSR EVO RPM Technik has debuted the latest vehicle in its CSR range – the track-focused 996 CSR EVO…
RPM’S New Track-Focused CSR Special 350hp 996 Carrera-based CSR EVO is RPM’s most track-focused Porsche ever A more modern take on the modded 911 theme. RPM’s CSR EVO mixes track prowess with road ability and includes engine mods with longevity in mind. Look out for a full test in the October issue.
New 996 CSR EVO revealed Track-focused protégé is most dynamic ever product from RPM Technik’s CSR range…
Meanwhile, back at the ranch...
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German tuning giants TechArt have released a Powerkit for Porsche’s new Carrera T, which is also available for all models from the 991.2 Carrera model line-up.
The first Porsche 911. The roots of Porsche’s most iconic sports car go back over three decades prior to that Frankfurt Show of 1963, as Drive-My explores…
It’s the new 911, more and less. The new 911, the 992, was introduced in Carrera S and 4S forms, and has since seduced everyone who’s been anywhere near it. Blame a stunning interior, bewitching driving dynamics and such weight of desirability you wonder why anyone else even bothers. Now the new 911 is here in non-S Carrera guise, both as a coupe and as a convertible.
With the new 992 upon us, what to make of Porsche’s latest 911? Ultimately, there are two ways of looking at the new model. On the one hand, it’s bigger and more tech-infested than ever. With the 992 generation the 911 has surely completed its journey from compact sports car to capacious grand tourer.
For many years, the classic American Racing Torq Thrust wheel has been a favourite of racers and hot-rodders alike, but their rarity in Porsche fitment and offset has made them a high-dollar item, especially the super-light magnesium version. Well, there’s good news for anyone who’s seeking that classic ‘sports purpose’ period SCCA look as Group 4 Wheels have announced the release of two new wheels that replicate Porschefitment Torq Thrusts: the TT1560 and the TT1570.
911 Porsche’s high-tech hooligan - the all new 2019 Porsche 992 version of the ever-evolving 911 promises high-tech hooliganism like never before. It's almost here – and we've had an early drive. Words Georg Kacher and Photography/illustrations Porsche & Avarvarii.
Itʼs just been announced that Weber 40IDA3C & 46IDA3C carburettors for the classic Porsche 911 will soon be produced once again, and will be available from Webcon.
Audi’s e-Tron family hits hyperdrive in 2022 with the GTR, an electric replacement for the R8. By Georg Kacher.