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Watch A Porsche 718 Cayman Takes On 6 Race Drone: Video

Watch A Porsche 718 Cayman Takes On 6 Race Drone: Video

Watch some mad driving skills
Watch A Porsche 718 Cayman Takes On 6 Race Drone: Video

This definitely has to be one of the most exciting videos that we have seen recently. In this video you can watch a Porsche 718 Cayman takes on not one, not two but six hunter drones. The stage is set the game begins between three check points. If the drone is able to catch the car then a proximity sensor releases smoke whenever the drone is able to catch the car. The car is driven by Mauro Carlo who actually is actually is a stunt driver and he is being instructed by You Tube gamer Mauro Carlo.

The next thing that you realise is that the car is being chased by 6 drones and the stunt driver is actually trying to avoid them. The car drifts and powerslides as it tries to maintain some distance from those drones and that is actually quite interesting to watch.

The new Porsche 718 Cayman is powered by 2.5-litre four-cylinder turbocharged boxer engine which is capable of producing about 350 Hp of peak power and an equally impressive 420 Nm of torque. The engine is paired to a manual transmission while there is also an option of PDK transmission as optional which sends power to the rear wheels. The updated Cayman gets a bi-xenon headlamps, 19 inch Boxster S or Cayman S wheels and plenty more.

Watch and enjoy the video here.

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Patrick Dempsey takes the steering of the new Porsche Panamera at Goodwood FOS

Patrick Dempsey takes the steering of the new Porsche Panamera at Goodwood FOS

Patrick Dempsey is an actor and very keen enthusiast about cars and car racing
Patrick Dempsey takes the steering of the new Porsche Panamera at Goodwood FOS

Patrick Dempsey is a very well known American actor for his role in Grey’s Anatomy. But do you know, he is accomplished race driver as well? Yes. He took part in several racing competitions around the world. Recently he was seen at the prestigious Goodwood Festival of Speed in England. He drove the all new Porsche Panamera luxury sports sedan at Goodwood. Check him speaking about his experience and about the new Panamera as well.

Porsche Panamera is certainly the fastest luxury sedan with a sporty soul underneath. The new Porsche Panamera comes with design and feature updates at exterior and inside the cabin as well. The car is available in two different variants. One is the Porsche Panamera Turbo, while the other one is the Panamera 4S. The Panamera Turbo gets power from a 4.0 litre biturbo V8 engine which is mated to an 8 speed automatic gearbox and churns out 550 hp of peak power and 768 Nm of peak torque. The Turbo can reach 0 – 100 kmph in 3.8 seconds with 306 kmph of top speed. The other model Panamera 4S gets power from a 2.9 litre V6 engine paired with an 8 speed PDK automatic transmission kicking out 440 hp of peak power and 550 Nm of peak torque. This car accelerates 0 – 100 kmph in 4.4 seconds with 289 kmph of top speed.

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2017 Porsche Panamera

2017 Porsche Panamera

Fast and Furious; this luxury sedan can reach 0 - 100 kmph in 3.4 seconds
2017 Porsche Panamera
2017 Porsche Panamera
2017 Porsche Panamera
2017 Porsche Panamera
2017 Porsche Panamera
2017 Porsche Panamera
2017 Porsche Panamera
2017 Porsche Panamera

Porsche Panamera is certainly a different car among all the luxury sedans around us. The German luxury car is called as the sports car among the luxury sedans. The Panamera was first launched in 2009. Known as their performer souls and engine placed at the back the Porsche models have always stunned us. The Panamera in that case was a bit different. It was a sedan instead of a sports coupe. But the Porsche body language and the performer soul was intact under the hood of the car.

The Panamera has been the company’s first four door luxury sedan. No wonder, it gave the German automaker a chance to explore the new niche. Recently Porsche took the cover off the all new 2017 Panamera, and it looks absolutely gorgeous. The new model comes with several design updates both at exterior and inside the cabin. The features have been updated to give the car more luxurious and premium feel. And the sporty character is also intact. The car takes on the other beauties in the segment like Mercedes Benz S-Class, Audi A8L, and BMW 7 Series etc. Significantly, all the competitors are placed at the top of the respective auto manufacturer’s sedan segment lineups.

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Five Cars Creating Headlines This June

Five Cars Creating Headlines This June

From luxury SUV to electric sedan, June is the month of some spectacular car launch
Five Cars Creating Headlines This June

The year 2016 has been seeing a surge in the car launch in Indian market. Several automakers have been launching or unveiling their upcoming new models or the facelift versions of the existing models. The month of June is no different as well. Automakers like Mercedes Benz, Mahindra & Mahindra and Datsun is launching their new products in Indian market, while the Volkswagen has chosen the month to reveal the pricing detail of its upcoming compact sedan Volkswagen Ameo. On the other hand, the Porsche is also beginning the booking process for its upcoming Macan 2.0L, which is about to hit the market later this year.

So far, several automakers have created headlines with their products in Indian automotive space in June 2016. Here let’s take a look at the cars creating headlines in June.

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2017 Porsche 718 Cayman

2017 Porsche 718 Cayman

Porsche 718 Cayman comes with more powerful engine and improved fuel economy
2017 Porsche 718 Cayman
2017 Porsche 718 Cayman
2017 Porsche 718 Cayman
2017 Porsche 718 Cayman
2017 Porsche 718 Cayman
2017 Porsche 718 Cayman
2017 Porsche 718 Cayman
2017 Porsche 718 Cayman

Porsche is all about elegant design, powerful engine and extra ordinary performance blended into one package. The Porsche Cayman was first introduced as the second generation of 1996 introduced Boxster. Since then it has been one of the very popular models across the world for its affordability, high performance, which both come in proposition with the range topping 911.

Unveiled at the 2016 Beijing Motor Show the Porsche new Cayman has donned a new name – Porsche 718 Cayman, which gets new design updates inside out and a new set of engines as well. The updated car has ditched the iconic flat six engine and received a couple of all new four cylinder turbocharged engines, which are powerful and fuel efficient at the same time. While many Porsche lovers around the globe are cheered with the introduction of the new car, the purists are fuming as it gets turbochargers. However, here we take a look at the all new Porsche 718 Cayman.

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Porsche 718 Boxster S Review: Video

Porsche 718 Boxster S Review: Video

The Boxster gets a smaller flat four engine but there is something else to it also
Porsche 718 Boxster S Review: Video

First of all let me mention here I loved the way the video started with rain pouring down from the skies and the sea waves hitting the shores. Usually car throttle videos do not start so gently but this video surely looks different. In this video you can watch them driving a brand new Porsche 718 Boxster. Now as you are already aware by now that Porsche has downsized the flat six engine and now it is powered by a smaller four cylinder turbo charged engine.

Obviously the flat 718 Boxster sounds a little different than the bigger engine but you cannot actually tell that this sounds complete disaster (watch 1:00 time mark). There are some new improvements made by Porsche in this new Boxster for instance you can now open the soft top while the car is moving, the new Boxster derives some of its parts from the old Boxster and other cars from Porsche lineup. The new Boxster also gets bigger front disc brakes, while trhe rear axle is shared with the Cayman GT4. While the turbo in particular has been taken from the 911, the 2.5 Litre engine which is capable of producing about 350 Hp of peak power and an impressive 420 Nm of torque in between 1900 to 4500 rpm. The car gets paired to a 6 speed manual gearbox while one can also opt for the PDK transmission as well. The gearbox has also been tweaked to match the overall performance of the engine.

You can watch the video to learn more about the new Porsche 718 Boxster and find our the rest of the changes.

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Auto Express Reviews The New Porsche 718 Boxster: Video

Auto Express Reviews The New Porsche 718 Boxster: Video

will the smaller inline 4 cylinder engine will do justice to this iconic Boxster model
Auto Express Reviews The New Porsche 718 Boxster: Video

Porsche recently introduced the all new Boxster Roadster and although it looks quite identical to the old car but the most important thing is that it is now called 718 which also happen to be this auto brands successful car back in the 60’s era. Although this car looks identical to the old car but Porsche explains that every single panel is new in this car except bonnet, windscreen and the boot. Apart from the exterior the interior too gets a subtle update. However the interior changes come in the form of a new smaller steering wheel and a new infotainment system.

In this video you can Auto Express drives the all new Porsche 718 Boxster. Porsche has made number of changes to make the new Roadster much better handling machine, they not only have tweaked the rear suspension but also has borrowed a more faster steering from the 911 Turbo. Apart from all the Porsche has also ditched the previous engines in favor of a smaller 2.0 Liter four cylinder flat engine. This engine is capable of producing about 300 Hp of peak power and 300 NM of torque.

The car driven in this video is the S Model and thus it gets the 2.5 Liter engine which also comes with a turbocharger unit and thus it produces 350 Hp of peak power and an impressive 420 Nm of torque. Both the models get 6 speed manual transmission as standard but one can also opt for the PDK transmission as well.

Watch and enjoy as the Auto Express drives this not so purist dream car across the windy roads to the top of the mountain.

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How To Crash Your Exotic Ride In The Most Bizzare Way: Video

How To Crash Your Exotic Ride In The Most Bizzare Way: Video

in this case it was an unfortunate Porsche 911 GT3
How To Crash Your Exotic Ride In The Most Bizzare Way: Video

Well we have seen plenty of accidents in our life and hopefully you were not involved in any one of them that is also the reason why you are able to read this article. Well in this video you can watch this driver of the Porsche 911 GT3 who was driving his car at an extreme speed misjudged a turn and ended up crashing his exotic ride.

Although we are still unsure why the driver was driving at such great speeds but perhaps this could be a supercar meet which took place on Beirut Coastal Road. In the beginning of the video we could see couple of sportscars racing down the road and then we see this red Porsche 911 GT3 which gets off our view and suddenly crashes in the corner of the street. Fortunately the driver was lucky enough and survived the crash because of the safety features that were installed in this super exotic sportscar car. Watch and learn with great power come great responsibility as well and if one does not drive these supercars with caution then perhaps could end up like this.

For your information the Porsche 911 GT3 is powered by a 3.8 Litre, flat six cylinder unit which is capable of producing about 474 Hp of peak power and it can reach the 0-100 km/h mark in under 3.4 seconds.

Watch this horrific video of the crash and at the end you can also notice the aftermath of the crash.

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Porsche 911 R product highlights: Video

Porsche 911 R product highlights: Video

It’s a purists dream
Porsche 911 R product highlights: Video

When Porsche launched the 911 GT3 with a PDK transmission, purist Porsche lovers couldn’t be happy with that decision. Although the PDK transmission offers sharp and quick handling along with amazing performance, but there was certainly no old school charm of driving for them. Then Porsche decided to offer the purists something new in form of 911 R, a new road centric 911 GT3 with a manual transmission offering old school charm to the purists with a re-badging from the 1967 race spec Porsche.

Porsche unveiled the new sports car at the recently concluded Geneva Motor Show. Recently the German automaker released a video, which shows the significant features of the car. Check that video here.

Porsche 911 R is basically a rebadged 911 GT3 with some minor restyling and a manual transmission. The differences seen in the 911 R than the 911 GT3 are the removal of the rear wing, an underbody rear diffuser. The new car is 50 kg lighter than the GT3. The car adorns 911 R badge at different places inside the cabin. The interior also gets tartan cloth which were seen in the 1967 911 R.

Power comes from a 4.0 litre flat six engine mated to a 6 speed manual transmission, pumping out 500 hp peak power and 460 Nm peak torque. It can reach 0 – 100 kmph in just 3.7 seconds, with a top speed of 322 kmph.

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New Porsche Macan looks like a stylish beast: Video

New Porsche Macan looks like a stylish beast: Video

It can be your daily car with maximum dose
New Porsche Macan looks like a stylish beast: Video

When it’s a SUV it might ring a bell in your mind. When it’s a Porsche, it will surely grab your eyes. Porsche Macan is one of the luxury SUVs in the world, which can act as your daily car punching out the maximum performance.

The car sports a revamped look, which makes it aggressive with style.

Porsche has released a new video of the new Macan, which looks absolutely stylish, with the growl from under the hood. It gets a powerful 2.0 litre 4 cylinder engine under the hood churning out massive 252 hp peak power at 5000 – 6800 rpm and 370 Nm peak torque at 1600 – 4500 rpm. The car can reach 0 – 100 kmph in just 6.7 seconds with a top speed of 229 kmph. The transmission duty is done by Porsche Doppelkupplung automatic transmission (PDK). It also gets equipped with Porsche Traction Management (PTM), VarioCam Plus system, direct fuel injection, auto start/stop function, thermal management, electrical system recuperation.

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Porsche 911 R shows its power: Video

Porsche 911 R shows its power: Video

It’s old school, new thrill
Porsche 911 R shows its power: Video

Porsche 911 R is the new wine in old bottle. It is a 911GT3 with revamped look and a manual transmission to those who takes the driving old school way. Purists have been complaining for so long about the new GT3 doesn’t come with manual transmission. They have been demanding for a manual gearbox. Although Porsche cleared that they won’t offer a GT3 with manual transmission, but the German automaker changed their decision, and therefore made a limited edition 911 R, which gets a manual transmission. The car debuted at the Geneva International Motor Show early this month.

Porsche has released a new video, where the power of the car can be seen. Check it out here.

At exterior, the car gets several restyling. The rear wing of the GT3 RS is not there. The front grille and retractable front spoiler is there, which can be seen in the Porsche Carrera models. The rear underbody diffuser is also different than the 911 GT3. The 911 R is 50 kg lighter than the GT3. Inside the cockpit 911 R sports a few bit of restyling as well. It brings the old charm of the 1967 Porsche 911 R.

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Purist's Dream: Porsche 911 R unveiled at 2016 Geneva Motor Show

Purist’s Dream: Porsche 911 R unveiled at 2016 Geneva Motor Show

Limited Special Model Gets Classical styling and naturally aspirated flat engine
Purist's Dream: Porsche 911 R unveiled at 2016 Geneva Motor Show
Purist's Dream: Porsche 911 R unveiled at 2016 Geneva Motor Show
Purist's Dream: Porsche 911 R unveiled at 2016 Geneva Motor Show
Purist's Dream: Porsche 911 R unveiled at 2016 Geneva Motor Show
Purist's Dream: Porsche 911 R unveiled at 2016 Geneva Motor Show
Purist's Dream: Porsche 911 R unveiled at 2016 Geneva Motor Show
Purist's Dream: Porsche 911 R unveiled at 2016 Geneva Motor Show
Purist's Dream: Porsche 911 R unveiled at 2016 Geneva Motor Show

Porsche has unleashed the 911 R at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The sports car offers all the drama of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS in a classic design package that appears restrained, as in the proverb “Wolf in Sheep’s clothing”. This special edition is limited to 991 units with a focus on “lightweight construction, maximum performance and unfiltered driving experience.”

The exterior of the car is an amalgamation of the Carrera and GT3 models; finished in white colour that is accentuated with red stripes as a nod to its heritage. The unique design elements of the body are a redesigned front spoiler lip, Porsche logos on the sides and a retractable rear spoiler along with an R model-specific diffuser.

The Porsche 911 R is a lesson in weight savings. With an overall weight of just 1,370 kg it is currently the lightest 911 in the range and is even slimmer by 50 kg compared to the 911 GT3 RS. This has been achieved by utilizing carbon for the bonnet and wings, magnesium for the roof and lightweight plastic for the rear windscreen and side windows. On the inside, further weight-reduction measures like reduced insulation, rear bench seat delete and removal of air conditioning and radio systems are also implemented.

The race-oriented interior is seen with carbon full bucket seats with fabric upholstery in Pepita tartan design. Many R-specific parts such as sports steering wheel, short gearshift lever and clutch pedal also make their way into the cabin. The exclusivity of this model is conveyed through an aluminium badge affixed on the front passenger side which displays the number of this limited edition.

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