Vintage Car 

Totally turbo: 1987 Porsche 959 up for sale at $1.3M

Two words can add multiple zeroes: low volume. Porsche built just 337 examples of the 959 in the late 1980s, making it a collector’s car from the moment it rolled off the assembly lines. It didn’t help that the car was an engineering marvel and way ahead of it’s time. Now one is up for sale. Despite the many virtues of the 959, its rarity still definitely helps its selling price. This one is being offered by an automotive broker for $1,300,000. That price seems to be inline with what…

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Sports Cars 

Porsche to release a fully electric sports car within 10 years

Porsche will make a fully electric sports car within the next ten years. In an interview with evo, Porsche’s board member for research and development, Michael Steiner, revealed that a fully electric car is imminent: ‘Today I would not like to tell you it would be in five years or seven years, but it’s definitely one digit.’ However, it’s unlikely the new electric car will be based on the marque’s perennial sports car, the 911. Steiner hinted the new car is likely to be smaller than the 911, ‘We did a…

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Family Car 

2018 Porsche Cayenne Teased Ahead of Debut

 Porsche released a video teasing its next Cayenne SUV ahead of its official reveal on Tuesday. The teaser video gives hints at the upcoming model’s design and claims Porsche “created something extraordinary.” It’s not wrong, either, as few other SUVs can do what the Cayenne is capable of doing in one package, both on- and off-road. The new Cayenne draws inspiration from various non-Cayenne models highlighted in the video: the 1950 Porsche 356 1100, 1956 Porsche Type 597 Jagdwagen (“hunting car”) and 1985 Porsche 959 Paris-Dakar.

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