Porsche News

Find Porsche news from today and latest stories covering Porsche cars from expert Torque News reporters. Since 1931, Porsche has been designing cars for the people. Starting out as a small vehicle development and consulting company, they designed vehicles for the German government before and during WWII. From tanks and equipment to the Volkswagen Beetle, Porsche has had its place in history. Porsche’s first complete car came from the underpinnings of said Beetle, and became the 356. Porsche continued developing cars for motorsport and eventually the rest of the world. The company found huge success in the 911 model of 1968. Porsche is renowned for designing their automobiles with quality, refinement, and performance.

Porsche now offers a wider range of cars from the iconic performance in the 911, to the spacious Panamera sedans/wagons, and the luxurious Macan and Cayenne SUVs. The 718 Cayman and Boxster models are the entry level sports cars for Porsche and are getting ever so good over the years along with the new electric Taycan which leads Porsche into a new era of innovation.

On Torque News, we post daily news reporting regarding the various layers of Porsche’s lineup and give you a view on the latest news from the brand. We’re committed to sharing creative topics that will intrigue enthusiasts and inform buyers.

Follow Toque News Porsche reporter Max Larsen on Twitter at @maxlarsencars for daily Porsche coverage and send him Porsche tips.

1987 Porsche 944 Turbo

The 944 Will Satisfy Your Porsche Needs, Don't Break The Bank

In recent years, a resurgence has come about from the depths of car owners’ nostalgia, stemming from a love for the analog sports car experience. You can blame that for why you see every 85’ guards red 911 Porsche Carrera for sale on bring-a-trailer for 85,000 big ones. Not to discredit the purity and timeless lines of a G series 911, however, it does depress the kids that grew up in the 70s and 80s who see their poster child drifting further out of range every year.
2020 Porsche 911 RSR

The Porsche 911 RSR Has A Great History, And The Newest One Makes Its Debut This Year

Homologation cars are an interesting thing in the automotive world. Manufacturers being forced to make road versions of their race cars could be the coolest thing that has ever happened to enthusiasts, and the Porsche 911 RSR is one of the most well known and sought after homologation cars in history.

Pages