At 56 years old, Porsche’s 2020 911 sports car is spry as ever

Porsche’s 2020 911 Carrera 4S is so quick and capable that it seemed like only a racetrack could demonstrate its true capabilities. So, wary of testing the laws of physics and the limits of the California Highway Patrol, I asked

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Toyota Copen GR Sport is a quirky sports car for Japan only

Toyota has rolled out a new sports car for the Japanese market that is called the Copen GR Sport. The small car is a two-seat convertible sports car that meets the minivehicle standards in Japan. It is the first car

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Porsche’s Taycan is a sensational six-figure electric sports car

Porsche has finally unveiled its first all-electric car. After four years of concepts, name changes, spy shots, teases, and drips of information about the four-door EV, the German automaker revealed the production version of the Taycan electric sports car on Wednesday during an event that took

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Another EV startup is introducing a sports car with over 1,000 horsepower

Perhaps our future is going to be filled with electric sports cars all making over 1,000 horsepower. At least that’s what it feels like some days as electric car startups continue to come out of the woodwork. Today we’re told that a company called Drako Motors

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Porsche Bergspyder Is A Lightweight Sports Car That Never Happened

Here’s the story behind the one-off sports car that never hit production. In 1968, Porsche built the 909 Bergspyder – a one-seater lightweight speedster that’s built specifically for hillclimb races. It wears a white and green livery with a ready-to-drive weight of only

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How Ferdinand Porsche’s Great-Grandson Is Gearing Up to Disrupt The Sports Car Market

In 1948, Ferdinand Porsche—the famed Austrian automotive engineer and designer of the original Volkswagen—and his son, Ferry, started building sports cars for the first time under their family name. Seven decades later, the Porsche brand is synonymous with some of

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