Car test BMW M3
Now it is a V8 you that purrs underneath the bonnet of this M3. It's a brand new 402 bhp 4 litre V8, developing some 400 Nm of torque.
car test PORSCHE CAYMAN S
After a sneak peak a few months back, now the Porsche Cayman S in full. And as you are about to see our first impressions have been confirmed: the Cayman lives up to its name. It is agile and aggressive.
Car Test: PORSCHE SPYDER RS60
We suppose you like celebrating anniversaries. So do we, that is why we couldn't pass up the chance to join in an important commemoration held by Porsche, the carmaker's 60th anniversary and a reminder of the first victory for the 718 RS Spyder in 1960 in the 12 Hours of Sebring.
Car Test: FERRARI 599 GTB FIORANO
Excellence, this is the goal of Ferrari, but it is so much more it is a work methodology. The engineers at Maranello dont see the car any other way.
Porsche 911 Carrera S (997)
Two years ago we drove this Porsche 911 Carrera S (997), we still hadn't posted this one on Youtube, so here it is...
Carsguide Road Test: Porsche 911 Carrera S
Porsche 911 Carrera S. as tested, $280,000 with optional ceramic brakes, PDK automated manual transmission, Sports Chrono pack with launch control. Top speed 302kmh. 0-100kmh 4.3 seconds. Whooshda.
Porsche 911 Turbo car review - Top Gear - BBC
WIth their engines mounted at the back, the Porsche 911 has always been a scary car. But things have just got scarier as Jeremy steps into the Porsche 911 turbo. Spare a thought too for the Stig as he wrestles the turbo around a seriously wet track on a power lap. Go to http://www.youtube.com/TopGear to see a full list of all high quality videos available on the Top Gear YouTube channel and don't forget to visit http://www.topgear.com for all the latest news and car reviews.
Mini Cooper vs Porsche Carrera S 997
When production of the classic Mini ceased in 2000, BMW (the new owner of the brand) announced the successor to the Mini—which is variously called the "BMW MINI" or the "New MINI". The brand name for the new car is MINI (written in capital letters)
In 2004 the 911 was heavily revised and the 996's replacement, the 997, was unveiled in July. The 997 keeps the basic profile of the 996, bringing the drag coefficient down to 0.28, but draws on the 993 for detailing. In addition, the new front fascia is reminiscent of the older generation, with the traditional "bug eye" headlamps. Its interior is also similarly revised, with strong links to the earlier 911 interiors while at the same time looking fresh and modern. The 997 shares less than a third of its parts with the outgoing 996, but is still technically very similar to it. Initially, two versions of the 997 were introduced— the rear wheel drive Carrera and Carrera S. While the base 997 Carrera produced 325 PS (239 kW) from its 3.6 L Flat 6, a more powerful 3.8 L 355 PS (261 kW) Flat 6 powers the Carrera S. Besides a more powerful engine, the Carrera S also comes standard with 19 inch (48 cm) "Lobster Fork" style wheels, more powerful and larger brakes (with red calipers), a more sporty suspension, complete with PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management) which allows for electronic adjustability of suspension settings, Xenon Headlamps, and Sport Steering wheel.