Porsche *is* continuing to put a 4cyl in the base and the S, just as they have been. These new models are $100k track-focused versions, the 718's analogue to the 911 GT3. It’s a basic factory hot-rodding formula: They took the base 911 motor and stuffed it in the Boxster / Cayman, and now they can charge 911 money for…
Maybe they will reduce the Lavazza Coffee inserts in each episode to a maximum of 20?
i guess ford set up an entire off road course for the test drive, it can ford a foot of water too!
Nice thought. I will suggest this
It’s gotta be legit. I hope the gearing is shorter than the last GT4.
Update: they're breeding. Just saw another one getting off the ferry.
I know what you’re thinking. I haven’t proved my thesis that this was a better experience than a hotel would have been.
I’m in the third row back, 68th from the foreground. Only 16 years after I first set foot on a college campus, I dun gradutated.
I love that this special edition without all the luxury items was actually significantly CHEAPER than the average 911 instead of more expensive!
The lecture I get from the guys at Discount Tire when I just want to change one tire. I'm sure they could have bought 3 and got the 4th free plus the rebate. Sure you end up paying for disposal, balancing and all that but it's worth it.
Toyota's actually been doing this for quite a while now.
Sort of off topic but I miss ABC’s Wide World of Sports.
May your down shifts be rev matched.
This is one of the all time greatest race cars. This is the opposite end of the spectrum from Daytona Prototype. If you don’t want more of this in racing, you are wrong.
This is what OPPO and LaLD can do, friends.
Your blue is better.
$4500 to wrap it, now how much are they going to start charging to not wrap it.
Last October, one week after Rennsport Reunion VI, I fulfilled a childhood dream and got a 911. I had kissed the dream goodbye, given their insane acceleration in value in recent years, so I wasn’t looking for one or “in the market.” But then it’s not just any 911: one humble, scruffy, high mile 1982 911SC has always…