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That's still more than what Porsche charged for it new

That's still more than what Porsche charged for it new.


Car was intended to dilute the market for million-dollar speculators.

Porsche 911 boss admits the company introduced the 911 GT3 Touring to rein in speculative pricing for the 911 R.


They both wear the same serial number.

The 911 R was first offered to 918 Spyder owners.


This car would be the best street-oriented version of the 911.


Demand often outweighs supply.

Owners with a bad reputation may find themselves out of luck.


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.

First Drive

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 Porsche 911 R. A quick look at the purist's 911.

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Greg Migliore recaps the week in automotive news, including a recap of the Best in Show from the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.


This is what the 911 R was built for. Watch it blast by its predecessor and storm up a mountain pass.


This is for those who think the iconic 911 has gone soft.

The "R" stands for "Racing," and this 911 developed by Porsche Motorsport is sure to be one heck of a track weapon. It debuts at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.


The wait may soon be over for the purist's choice in the 911 range, as Porsche is expected to reveal the new 911 R with a proper manual and no turbo at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.

Spy Shots

Porsche has been spotted testing a new 911 R, a different take on the GT3 aimed specifically at driving purists with no turbochargers, paddle shifters, or wide sticky tires. Just the unadulterated rear-engine experience.


The Ultimate Sleeper 911 For Sportscar Purists?

Porsche may resurrect the R badge for a limited-edition, manual-trans 911 with a manual gearbox, around 500 hp, and stealthy, unassuming styling.