Porsche's first job as a company was to design a car for the people of Germany, which resulted in the Volkswagen Beetle. Nowadays, Porsche lives on as a subsidiary of Volkswagen, building the group's sports cars and crossovers, ranging from the 918 Spyder hybrid supercar to the Macan SUV. Its flagship, the rear-engined 911, has soldiered on for roughly fifty years.
This six-year-old Porsche is one of the most exciting cars I've driven this year. Of course, having been modified with an aftermarket hybrid system, it's no mere Carrera.
At $103,800, the new 4S becomes the least-expensive Taycan, bringing pricing of Porsche's first EV much closer to the Tesla Model S Performance.
The next version of the electric Porsche Taycan can be had in two power levels.
Buying a car might be different today than it was 15 years ago, but not as different as you'd think.
To call the 718 Spyder a more powerful Boxster would truly be an understatement. With GT3 hardware and a screaming flat-six engine, this droptop is one of Porsche's best sports cars yet.
Both models bundle a bunch of driver-focused options.
Porsches are for driving, and these new 718 T coupe and convertible models look even more focused.
But if you want three pedals on anything but a Carrera S or 4S, you're still stuck waiting.