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 first quarter of 2016 has been very successful for Adaptive Vehicle Solutions, supplying and disposing in excess of 120 vehicles nationwide including Mercedes Benz Citan Van’s, Ford Mondeo’s right through to a BMW i8 and Aston Martin Vanquish.
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The number’s 718 are not new to the world of Porsche cars. Did you know back in the early 1950’s, Porsche designed a four-cylinder giant killer and applied it to the 550 Spyder which won the Targa Florio and the aforementioned 718 taking another two titles in the late 50’s.
The re-birth of the Porsche 718 Boxster in most eyes will be welcomed prospect. However, the purists might cringe at the fact that Porsche are releasing a 4 Cylinder Turbo eek… Ok, will you ever please everyone? No. Regardless of your thought process right now, keep reading as the statistics are quite surprising especially for this “entry level” Porsche.
Porsche have announced three models that will become available from spring 2016. Firstly the Porsche 718 Boxster and Boxster S. Both models benefit from a host of differences aesthetically and “under the hood”. A new front bumper with enhanced air in-takes alongside a 911 Turbo-esk rear arch air in-take. A revised rear horizontal strip displaying the Porsche logo proudly. Small revisions internally include the steering wheel and from the press release images, PCM setup.
In the guts of the car, you still have the selection of a 6-speed manual or a PDK seven speed gear box, allowing for an improved fuel-economy facility.
Now for the major changes, starting with the Porsche Boxster. Engine capacity has been reduced from a 2.7l natural aspiration to the new 2.0 turbo-charged unit. Output has increased by 25bhp to 269bhp with a 0-62mph time of 4.7seconds, and is propelled to a claimed top speed of 171mph.
The Boxster S benefits from a similar upgrade and is quite impressive as we have said for an “entry level” Porsche model. Engine capacity is now reduced to a 2.5l turbocharged model rather than the out-going 3.4l six cylinder model. Statistically, the Porsche Boxster S smashes its predecessor with a 0-62mph figure of 4.2seconds and a top speed of 177mph!! In comparison, sorry to the Porsche Cayman GT4 owners, but if correct, beats the 0-62mph of your car by circa 0.2seconds.
However concerned you may be about fuel economy for the new Porsche Boxster 718, you need not be, with the standard Boxster estimated at a combined figure of 40.9mpg and the Boxster S at 38.7mpg. So if you already own a Porsche Boxster 981, the good news is, if you upgraded you won’t be visiting the petrol station as frequently.
Keep your eyes peeled public unveiling will be at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The Porsche 718 Cayman is suspected to receive the same four cylinder turbo-charged treatment and have the same unveiling.
Full details should be available shortly. The standard 718 Boxster starts from £41,739 and the 718 Boxster S from £50,865, both small increases over their predecessors. Judging by Porsche’s limited availability on current vehicles, one can only assume these vehicles may be just as difficult to obtain. Get your order in now!!
Later on down the line the inevitable Porsche 718 Boxster GTS will become available. At present there are no details but as always, keep checking back.
Way back in March 2015 the Volkswagen board announced that the Porsche arm would be producing their first purely electric saloon automobile. The first reveal of the all new Electric Porsche was at Frankfurt’s Motor Show, debuting next to the new turbo charged selection of 911 991 models. From the images at Frankfurt it clearly combines the design elements of the Porsche Panamera and the outrageous hypercar 918 Spyder.
Now because of Porsche’s need to release this car as quickly as possible, this ‘concept’ may not look to unfamiliar upon when it comes through to the production. Cosmetically a beautiful car to cast your eye over, LED Matrix Headlamps similar to the Porsche Macan and 911 alongside a sweeping front headlamp arch similar to the McLaren 650S and McLaren P1. From where I am sat, you could pretty much say this was a 4 door 911.
We don’t know a whole lot as of yet simply because there isn’t much information to work from. However, performance on the vehicle has been stated as absolutely outstanding. Development stemmed from the Porsche 919 Hybrid, Le Mans Winner. All the power will be directed to all four corners allowing with a maximum output of 582bhp and a 0-62mph figure of 3.5 seconds. When we know more, we will let you know.
Two of the biggest selling points for the Porsche including a revolutionary way to decrease charging time:
- An excellent electric range of 310 miles (estimated depending on the drivers right foot)
- A new Turbo Charging System which Porsche claim can replenish 80% of the battery within 15 minutes via the charging port
3D Digital Displays, Reactive Viewing and Extended Holographic displays are just some of the additional technological perks for the new Porsche Mission E. An exciting prospect by any means, more information to follow.