Video: Porsche 911 GT3 (991) Revving And Acceleration

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Porsche 911 GT3

Porsche 911 GT3

The new Porsche 911 GT3 (991) is the fastest GT3 yet. The rear-engined sports car is now better handling than past years thanks in part to the addition to the rear-wheel steering.

While many purists morn the lack of the traditional manual transmission option, the reworked PDK is probably the best dual clutch transmission in the world. It really helps give the 991 GT3 incredible acceleration and while you loose some of the drama of rowing your own while driving it, on a track it is the perfect choice.… Read more

Porsche To Field Three Porsche 911 RSRs At COTA

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Porsche 911 RSR

Porsche 911 GT3

The next round in the TUDOR United Sportscar Racing series is at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA). In the points standings Porsche has a narrow lead in the manufactures points championship.

For the race at COTA the German performance car maker will field three factory backed Porsche 911 RSRs. This will be the first time this season that three factory backed cars will run for Porsche.… Read more

Video: Porsche 911 GT3 On The Track

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Porsche 911 GT3

Porsche 911 GT3

The new Porsche 911 GT3 (991) is a great high performance car, but is it still a driver’s car? Past GT3′s are often referred to as the driver’s Porsche. But with the removal of the manual transmission and addition of electronic steering can this still be said?

The 991 GT3 is the most technologically advanced GT3 ever made.… Read more

Mercedes AMG GT, Pictures, Specs And Pricing

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Mercedes AMG GT

Mercedes AMG GT

Mercedes-Benz has decided to take a swing at the Porsche 911. Their new Mercedes AMG GT has its eyes set on taking down the rear engined sports car.

The GT is luxurious, fast and we are told that it should be a good handling car. But can it do what so many have tried and unseat the 911 as the sports car that all others are judged by?… Read more

Video: Should You Buy An Early Porsche Boxster?

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Porsche Boxster (986)

Porsche Boxster (986)

The Porsche Boxster was the first production mid-engined water cooled flat-six powered sports car produces by the German performance car maker. It may have been the “entry level” car in the lineup, but (unlike some past models) it was always regarded as a true Porsche by most purists.

These early cars are now quite affordable and you can get them for around $10,000.… Read more

2015 Dodge Viper Lowers Price By $15,000 Sets Sights On 911

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2015 Dodge Viper

2015 Dodge Viper

Chrysler has announced that the 645 horsepower Dodge Viper will start at $84,995. That is $15,000 less than the current starting price and they will also be reducing the price of all remaining 2014s by $15,000.

So, if you just purchased one you jumped the gun just a bit. However, if you own a current Generation Viper you will get a certificate sent to you for $15,000 off a new Viper from the lower base price.… Read more

Infographic: Dodge Challenger Lineup

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Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat

Dodge Challenger Infographic

The Dodge Challenger is a great American muscle car with probably the best retro styling between the muscle cars made by the big three (or at least the closest to the original look). The 2015 model lineup is very good, especially the new Challenger SRT Hellcat.

However many dealerships are trying to get rid of there 2014 stock to make way for the 2015s.… Read more

Video: Four Cylinder Porsche Boxster Caught Driving On City Streets

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Four-Cylinder Porsche Boxster

Four Cylinder Porsche Boxster

We’ve seen some video of what is believed to be a four cylinder Porsche Boxster testing at the Nurburgring. Now a Boxster with a flat-four engine has been spotted driving around Germany.

We know that Porsche has made it official that then next generation of Boxsters and Caymans will be powered by turbocharged flat-four engines (with a few possible exceptions, such as the Cayman GT4).… Read more

Porsche 911 (996) Buyers Guide – Current Market Value

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Porsche 911 (996)

Porsche 911 (996) a Bargain 911

When the Porsche 911 (996) made its debut it was a major change for the rear engined sports car. It was the first 911 generation that was water cooled.

This along with the shape of the headlights (which in 996.1 looked the same as those on the 986 Boxster) did not find favor with many 911 purists.… Read more

Has The Porsche Panamera Styling Grown On You?

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Matt Farah Drives the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat

Porsche Panamera

It is hard to believe it, but the Porsche Panamera has been with us for five years now. When the high performance sedan made its debut it was met with mixed reviews.

Most publications loved the performance, the driving experience and the interior quality. However, many didn’t like the styling.

The front of the car was never really considered much of a problem as it looked like a Porsche.… Read more