Throughout the world and across the hundreds of racing series there are some truly some spectacular crashes! In this 11 second video it show's a Porsche Racing and how quickly it can go from great to not so...
Harry Kleinjan and his co-driver found themselves down under after the Porsche 964 RSR landed in a river after a spectacular crash. Thankfully, both men were able to walk away from the wreckage after being catapulted from a guardrail, losing two wheels AND landing upside down.
We could list many more crashes, including Mark Webbers moonsault in his Mercedes Benz CLR and Red Bull F1 car. The multi-car pile up at the 1998 Belgium Grand Prix circuit Spa-Francorchamps but we would be here forever.
Adaptive Vehicle Solutions Ltd have the pleasure in offering to you this 520HP Porsche Cayenne Turbo for sale. Without giving to much away this vehicle benefits from a MASSIVE specification including SportsChrono and Panoramic Sunroof. The best part is, not only can this car be delivered immediately to your door, you save a vast amount of list price!
The V8 Twin-Turbo 4.8l engine propels the car from 0-62MPH in as little as 4.5 seconds... a worthy Range Rover Sport SVR competitor and bigger top speed of 173MPH.
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Well, from recent spy shots taken, the 'widow maker' Porsche 911 GT2 RS will be produced to an undisclosed number worldwide.
From the images captured on various outings, the bodywork is more than likely going to be based off the current 911 GT3/GT3 RS. Most notably, the enormous rear wing, bonnet louvres and air intakes; more down force means more power... surely?
Although a spy shot, the pictures do show off dual exhaust tips seem closely related to the iconic Porsche Carrera GT model!
At this stage, no released figures at this stage but speculation from various sites say 600BHP minimum and possibly manual only for the purist experience.
Due to a lack of camouflage, this shows us development isn't too far from completion and an unveiling is on the horizon.
More on this as it unfolds.
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Just arrived, this absolutely stunning Porsche Macan GTS with an incredible sounding 360bhp 3.0 V6 engine!!
This Porsche Macan GTS benefits from the White Exterior Paintwork and Contrasting Black Leather / Alcantara Interior. The vehicle had been registered in January 2017 on a 66 Plate and has only covered 1800 miles.
A whole host features are standard on the Porsche Macan GTS including, PCM (Porsche Communication Management), Digital Radio and Bi-Xenon Headlamps. However, in addition to the standard features the GTS also benefits from, Privacy Glass, BOSE Premium Sound System and the Opening Panoramic Sunroof.
Further to the specification, Porsche's performance statistics illustrate the GTS' impressive capabilities. 0-62mph in as little as 5.2secs and a top speed of 159mph! For a performance petrol 4x4, this car also holds what can be deemed as an excellent MPG rating between 30.7 - 31.7MPG. For full information of the car we have available, please click the button below.
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Collected yesterday afternoon and arrived first thing this morning, we welcome this Porsche 911 991 Carrera Coupe PDK.
There really is just something about driving the latest 991, that make's it a real pleasure.
This particular model is finished in Carrera White with Black Leather Interior. Specification includes, Sports Chrono Package, Paddleshift 3-Spoke Steering Wheel, BOSE Sound System and PCM to name a few.
The aim of the game is very simple, all you have to do is tell us what the car is, provide a Manufacturer and Model and you win, it is as simple as that.
Let the guessing begin...
As you can imagine, various client’s who set a-side £140,000.00 are pretty serious in buying a car of this ilk. To be be denied the opportunity must be infuriating and in some cases, betrayal. What is making things worse, various clients looking to spend the £140,000.00 already own a Porsche Cayman GT4 or Porsche 911 GT3 RS currently. These already sought after cars surely mean you are entitled to be high up on the waiting list for the 911 R? No… this is not the case.
How has this happened?
So it seems money talks, buyers from various countries putting more money on the table to levy them further up the queue. Creating a problem for Mr Blogs who had purchase the previous two Porsche 911 GT3’s and can’t seem to obtain the 911 R.
However, is it all bad?
Sadly, Porsche are committed to less than 1,000 (991) units and these have to coincide with the production of Turbo, Carrera, Cabriolet and Targa models, ultimately this depends on which side of the fence you are sat.
A complete enthusiast I imagine will be quite narked at no possibility of acquiring one of these cars at list price. Undeniably, certain owners will look to increase their profits from selling their vehicle at an over list fee. Great for people who missed out on the opportunity to acquire the vehicle initially.
What about the others?
Surely, there are other vehicles that can be bought for £140,000.00, or less, that would do just as a good a job? Of-course. Porsche 911 997 GT3, Porsche 911 996 GT2 to name a few within Porsches brand.
Within many things in life, we are bound to compromise on certain factors. The compromise in this case that if you cannot acquire the latest and great toy, level headed clients are looking to place their money into appreciating classic assets.
Once again, the Geneva Motor Show did not fail to impress with an extensive range of vehicles on show. It wasn’t just the supercars like Aston Martin, Maserati and Bugatti aiming to make a point this year, but huge leaps from Manufacturers such as Skoda, Volvo and even the hard to pronounce Ssangyong Tivoli.
Geneva Stand-out models:
Bugatti Chiron – How can you improve on the hypercar that became an overnight generation sensation? Well Bugatti have stated the ALL NEW Chiron will have a new W16 Engine, 7,993 cm3 displacement, 1600nm of Torque and 4x Turbochargers giving it 1,500HP!
Aston Martin DB11 – Derived from the DB10 in the blockbuster James Bond film Spectre. Orders are coming in for the first of the new generation Aston Martin’s. Maximum output of 600BHP and 700nm Torque. 0-62mph in 3.9secs which continues onto a top speed of 200mph.
Maserati Levante – Maserati are about to make their SUV debut and with quite an impression. The Levante is a 3.0 V6 with 275hp output, a 143MPH top speed and a 0-62mph of 6.9secs. Availability is suspected to be in early 2017.
Apollo Arrow – The successor to the hugely under-rated Gumpert, Apollo have launched an all new supercar. Producing an eye-watering 986BHP, this 4.0bi-turbo V8 can comfortably hit a top speed of 224mph and a 0-62mph of 2.9secs.
Audi Q2 – Introduced within Audi’s ‘Q’ family as the baby of the SUV’s, Audi are looking to appeal to a broader and younger market. Taller but smaller than a Audi A3, where would it fit in with the every growing Audi range?
Ferrari GTC4Lusso – Say bye to the Ferrari FF, Ferrari have launched the new GTC4Lusso. The name is not as obscure as it seems? GTC refers to a handful of predecessors including the 330 GT and GTC and the personal favourite of Enzo Ferrari the 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso. The ‘4’ becomes obvious as it continues the 4-Seater tradition.
It remains a 6.3l V12 with 680hp and 697Nm of Torque. Performance, being a Ferrari is sure to be impressive with a maximum speed of 208mph and a 0-62mph performance in 3.4sec.
Please find below a full list of vehicles displayed at the Geneva Motor Show.
Abarth 124 Spider
Abarth 124 Spider Rally Car
Alfa Romeo Giulietta
Alfa Romeo Giulia
Arash AF10 Hybrid
Aston Martin DB11
Audi RS Q3 Performance
Bentley Mulsanne LWB
Bentley Mulsanne Grand Limousine by Mulliner
Chevrolet Corvette Gran Sport
Citroen SpaceTourer MPV
Citroen SpaceTourer HYPHEN Concept
Ford Fiesta ST200
Jaguar F-Type SVR
Jeep 75th Anniversary
Kahn Aston Martin Design for DB9 (Vengeance)
KIA Optima SW
McLaren P1 Replacement
Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet
Mitsubishi L200 ASX GEOSEEK
Pagani Huayra BC
Peugeot Traveller MPV
Porsche 718 Boxster
Porsche 911 R
Renault Megane Sport Tourer
Rolls Royce Ghost Black Badge
Rolls Royce Wraith Black Badge
Skoda Vision S
Spyker C8 Preliator
Ssangyong Tivoli XLV
Ssangyong Tivoli SIV-2
Toyota C-HR Concept
Toyota Proace Verso
Vauxhall GT Concept
Vauxhall Mokka X
Vauxhall Insignia SUV
Volkswagen T-Cross Breeze
Volkswagen UP Facelift
Volvo V40 Facelift
Volvo Hybrid S90 Polestar
Volvo Hybrid V90 Polestar