We have had quite a series of stories from Porsche regarding its "issues" adapting to greener motoring. With that in mind, listen to this: Porsche might be thinking of installing 4-cylinder engines into some models. Well, to be precise, Thomas Krickelberg, Porsche's head of powertrain development, has revealed that the six-cylinder engines found in the 911 had been designed so that they could have the number of cylinders reduced to cope with the EU's CO2 regulations. How will the sports cars kee
"There are no old Porsches, just new owners." Such is the saying about those unique rear-engined German sports cars, and we couldn't pass up showing you this one that's especially unique. Shown here is Charles Navarro's 1966 Porsche 912 that's been, shall we say, upgraded. The original car's 1600cc, 95-hp flat-four has been punched out to 1883cc with a big bore kit, designed by Navarro himself. Navarro is an engineer by trade and actually formed a small company called LN Engineering as a college
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