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It's like a playground. For adults. With really fast cars.

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The engine in the latest Le Mans competitor is in front of the rear axle.

This 911 RSR isn't like other 911s.

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And you can too!

The new Porsche Experience Center in LA has some unique features, including a 1:1 replica of the most iconic corner from the most iconic track.

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A four-mile racetrack sounds like a practical Porsche perk.

The complex is a playground for all things Porsche.

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This development mule is likely hiding a new modular platform.

Shall we call it the 992, then?

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What could be better than the 277 911 and Fugu Z sharing the same road?

Two big-time car guys drive two classic, naturally aspirated rides on a gorgeous mountain road.

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Good news on both counts.

This styling update is so good it makes the existing GT3 look a little dated already.

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Panamera who?

Porsche promises more power, with the same great dynamics.

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Contrasting the orange Targa is a gunmetal gray coupe that's rather understated.

Singer likes to say that it "reimagines" the Porsche 911, and if that's true, these twins may be their most imaginative yet.

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Thanks to Bisimoto Engineering, this 911 is getting an engine from Hyundai. And probably a ridiculous amount of power.

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For sale. As is, where is.

There are three Porsches up for auction in southeastern Michigan, but considering one's been flattened and all three are torched, you probably shouldn't bid.

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Luxury brands continue to reign supreme.

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Electric 911 could be 10 years away.

Porsche's not interested in an electric 911 ... for right now.

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Don't act surprised.

Prices of low-volume sports cars have a tendency to skyrocket, especially when they're as lauded as the new Porsche 911 R. Prices for the so-called purist's Porsche should surprise no one.

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The evidence is mounting, if not iron clad.

Porsche tried hard to hide the shifting gear on this prototype.

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It's the exception that proves that fun rules.

The 2016 Porsche 911 R is the antidote for the unrelenting progress blues. It's the 911 with soul.

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The 2,704-piece kit has 856 individual steps to assembly. There are less detailed owners manuals.

When a time lapse takes 25 minutes, you know you're looking at several hours in real time. Somehow, we wouldn't mind that if it involved this Lego kit.

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This GTS prototype is wearing light camo, giving us a good look at the updated model. Eddie Sabatini reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.

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