2021 Porsche 911 Targa first drive review: Sun king

Convertibles aren’t the only way to let the good light in. The Porsche 911 Targa and its half-removable roof has always stood as a unique outlier, sharing its standout quality with very few cars on the road. For the 2021 model year, the 911 Targa finally catches up to the rest of the 992-generation lineup, and it’s a good’un.

The most prominent part of the 2021 Porsche 911 Targa is the roof bar just behind the first row. This, and the large expanse of glass behind it, are capable of doing a surprisingly complex dance. It’s all great theater, too.

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2020 Porsche Cayenne Turbo Coupe review: More fashionable, still functional

The Porsche Cayenne stable is rather crowded these days, with both traditionally shaped SUV and Coupe body styles to choose from. Under each of those pillars there are also your standard base and S trim levels, an E-Hybrid, heavy-hitting Turbo models and the recently introduced GTS. While Roadshow Managing Editor Steve Ewing finds the S to be the sweet spot in the Cayenne range, I’m afraid there’s no denying the appeal of the extra performance and style that comes with the 2020 Porsche Cayenne Turbo Coupe.


  • Mad twin-turbo V8 power
  • Class-leading handling chops
  • Sleeker design with minimal
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2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S review: More, more, more

When Porsche announced a move to turbocharging across nearly the entire 911 range for the 991.2 generation, there was some concern that it might just undermine the legitimacy of the proper Turbo. That is, the one with the capital T and the swollen fenders and the swollen MSRP to match.


  • Outrageous speed and power
  • Legitimate practicality
  • Might just fly under the radar

Don’t Like

  • Not as ostentatious as some may like
  • Expensive, natch

To allay those concerns, Porsche did the only natural thing: It turned up the wick on the Turbo to epic proportions. And the 991.2 Turbo S

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What was the Porsche 911 going to be called? – Video

Porsche 911 has been delighting drivers for nearly six decades.
But where did this automotive icon come from?
And what does that three digit name actually mean?
Well, buckle up because there is quite a story behind this legendary Porsche.
And yes, it’s pronounced Porsche.
Do you understand how the 911 sprawling model range came to be?
We have to go back in time like way back to the days of Dr. Ferdinand Porsche.
Look at that happy guy.
I bet he was a bucket of chuckles at parties.
Okay, so Porsche the company didn’t actually start out building

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