The 2009 Porsche 911 GT2 is Porsche’s racer. That’ not to say that Porsches other 911 models aren’t capable track cars, but the GT2 is traditionally the most track tuned yet still road friendly of the collection.
The 2009 Porsche 911 Turbo is perhaps the most closely followed of Porsches car updates for 2009. Speculation about its makeup and performance has circulated the internet a thousand times since spy pictures were taken of an early prototype being tested at the world famous Nurburgring in Germany. Now it’s here, and we have concrete [...]
One of the last in the 911 line to receive its 2009 facelift, the Targa 4 is still arguably one of Porsches least favourite vehicles, but it’s quickly gaining ground on its cousins. The 2009 Porsche 911 Targa 4 exists predominantly as a result of Porsche wanting to put a brand on its sliding roof [...]
The Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet is the German manufacturer’s most expensive Carrera variation. Though Porsche purists inevitably scoff at the compromises inevitably made in the Cabs design and construction, it’s still a formidable car, and probably the finest Cabriolet on the road.
Porsche is calling the new 911 and its branded siblings such as the 2009 Porsche 911 Carrera S, their new generation of sports car. That’s all well and good, but the real proof of a new generation of sports car has ultimately got to be measured in performance.
Porsche doesn’t just make sports cars, they also make a lone sport utility vehicle. A strange choice perhaps, from a manufacturer famed for its super light weight sports marvels, but there’s a significant crossover in technology evident when you look under the hood of the 2009 Porsche Cayenne.
The 2009 Porsche 911 is a car which needs no introduction. So let’s dive right into it shall we?
The 2009 Porsche Cayman and Cayman S are having minor upgrades this year. Porsche are always keen to keep their cars at the cutting edge of their engineering knowledge, and the improvements to the Cayman demonstrate this clearly.
Porsche is known for the luxury and power of their sports car range. Perhaps the most widely recognized sports car manufacturer in the world, it’s been hard for Porsche to put a foot wrong over the last several years. It doesn’t look like they intend to start doing things wrong now, as they introduce small [...]
Reaching a top track speed of 160 mph, the 2008 Porsche Limited Edition Boxster is impressive as it contains high performance, sporty design and also features that offer practicality and safety. Its braking power is greater than the engine output, making it a car that always will be able to be kept under the [...]