• 18Aug
    Categories: Panamera Comments: 0

    Good news to all Porsche fans out there. According to recent reports, the luxury car brand is expecting to debut the long-wheelbase model of its famous sedan, the Panamera this 2012. Moreover, a heavily redesigned version of the four-door model will roll out in 2013.

    We have received word from the automobile magazine, Auto Bild, which is based in Germany, that the Panamera’s little brother, the Pajun, will debut sometime in 2015 or 2016. That’s definitely something that will keep Porsche patrons excited in the years to come.

    The automotive community has been buzzing about the Porsche Panamera LWB for a long time now. While nothing yet has been confirmed, speculations pile up when a source from Britain’s Car magazine, who was based in Stuttgart, Germany, confirmed that there really is a Porsche Panamera LWB in the works. However, the luxury brand is said to be planning to debut the longer version of the sedan early in 2012 which is expected to be a hit with Chinese consumers rivaling popular series like the Audi A8 and the BMW 7-Series.

    Still, according to recent reports from automobile publications, the 2012 Porsche Panamera will have more legroom in the rear seat. Another Panamera version is said to be in the works. This time it’s a coupe version that was said to be a great successor of the famed Porsche 928 model.

    So far, we are still waiting for the official specs of what will power the 2012 Porsche Panamera.

  • 07Jul
    Categories: Porsche Comments: 0

    Porsche has its eyes on returning to the 24 Hours of Le Mans where it is considered as the winningest marque. Porsche will be entering the toughest competition of the Le Mans Prototype Class 1 by 2014.

    The German carmaker has maintained its strong presence in the GT class of the classic endurance race for modified sports cars but the brand has not fielded cars to vie for top honors since back in 1998. when Laurent Aiello, Allan McNish, and Stephane Ortelli were behind the wheels of a 911 GT1 for the win. It was Posche’s 16th win out of the 29 years of Le Mans with the first win they bagged in 1970. Audi has won 10 out of the last twelve years.

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  • 12Nov
    Categories: 911, Porsche Comments: 0

    Tuning firm SpeedART known for their works on the speedmonsters of Porsche recently released a 911 Turbo kit that comes with a PDK double-clutch gearbox.

    p11 SpeedART Porsch 911 Turbo

    SpeedART gives the flat 6 3.8L engine with larger intercooler, bigger turbos, new manifold, and a sport exhaust to boost its output by 141 horsepower and its torque by 100 pound feet to 641 hp and a torque of 664 lb-ft. The PDK transmission in the equation of this modified 911 Tubro makes it blast to 124 miles per hour in just 8 seconds and have a top speed of 208 mph.

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