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Porsche rumored to be working on a two-door Panamera. Again

Porsche is said to want a competitor for the Vantage and 8 Series

Porsche is said to want a competitor for the Vantage and 8 Series.

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Junkyard Gem: 1980 Porsche 928

Sold for the 2017 equivalent of $120,000 when new, now just scrap.

The 928 was a revolutionary machine in 1980, and its price tag put it in the same league as the Mercedes-Benz SL and Jaguar XJ-S.

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Car cocktails and Risky Business Porsches with Brett Berk | Autoblog Podcast #502

We talk movie cars and car-themed mixed drinks with contributor Brett Berk.

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The story of the Risky Business Porsche 928 | The Car Stays in the Picture

How an unlikely Porsche became an unlikely star of a 1980s dramedy.

What happens when a director deems the 911 "too mundane."

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Prosecutors in Argentina wants Top Gear to stand trial

Prosecutors in Argentina have reopened a criminal case against Jeremy Clarkson over last year's now infamous insulting license plate incident.

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1983 Motorweek showdown pits Porsche 928S vs. Chevy Camaro Z28

Over two decades before Motor Trend had a similar idea, in 1983, MotorWeek compared the Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 to the Porsche 928S. At the time, the Camaro was America's best-selling sports coupe and the 928S was Porsche's top-of-the-line model that also happened to have the highest top speed of any car sold here.

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eBay Find of the Day: 1981 Porsche 928 convertible by Carelli

The Porsche 928 was perhaps the consummate European GT of its day. With a powerful front-mounted V8 engine that grew in displacement as the model years went on, it was capable of eating up the miles at triple-digit speeds in great comfort for occupants. It was also an unusual beauty, with its sharp front and curved rear featuring innovative integrated bumpers.

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Porsche 928 H50 Concept is the ghost of Panamera past

There are plenty of reasons to hang around Pebble Beach this time of year, including the fact that manufacturers love to use the Concours d'Elegance as an excuse to roll out some of the more inventive concepts of days gone by. This year, Porsche parked the evolutionary ancestor to the mighty Panamera at its display.

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Retro greatness in UK promo film for 1980 Porsche 928

Porsche invested remarkably in the 928, introduced in 1978, planning for it to supersede the by-then 15-year-old 911. It had a transaxle to keep weight balance 50/50, an instrument binnacle that tilted with the steering wheel, sun visors for rear passengers, polyurethane bumpers that, compared to the chromed monstrosities of the day, actually maintained the car's lines, and some of the coolest pop-up headlights ever. Its front-mounted V8 with 297 horsepower got 82 more ponies than the Ferrari 30

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Motorcyclists take revenge on hapless Porsche 928

The roadways can be a dangerous place to be, no matter what type of vehicle is moving you and yours to and fro. Though cars and trucks are getting safer year after year, the same can't necessarily be said of motorcycles. While advances like anti-lock brakes, traction control and even airbags have made modern motorcycles easier to ride, it's no surprise which vehicle generally wins when a car and a motorcycle collide.

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Rumormill: Porsche to collaborate with Bentley?

Porsche and Bentley are related under the Volkswagen Group umbrella, and a new rumor suggests that the two might become kissing cousins. Autocar had a chance to speak with Porsche CEO Matthias Müller, and the head honcho of the German sports car vehicle brand says that a collaboration with Bentley could help push future Panamera variants foward. Per Müller,

eBay Find of the Day: Turbine-powered 1982 Porsche 928 spits flames, takes names

1982 Porsche 928 with a Boeing T50 turbine engine – Click above for image gallery, watch video after the jump

Has Porsche accidently revealed the next 928?

This is not a new Porsche 928. It's just an interesting sketch, found posted on the internet at Porsche Consulting's website. There are some new rumors about a two-door GT in the same vein of the Porsche 928, and this sketch is similar to some of the renderings that have been floating around. Of course, you toss a bunch of Porsche design elements in a blender, and it wouldn't be hard to come up with this vehicle.

More rumors of Porsche Panamera 928 GT

Not long after Porsche announced that it would be building the car that ultimately became the Panamera, rumors of a revival of the 928 began. Porsche's last front-engine GT went out of production in 1995, and it certainly would certainly make sense to reuse the new front-engine car platform for a coupe. If the car, which could be called the Panamera GT, does come to fruition, it will likely go on a shorter wheelbase and perhaps be lighter than the four door.

Rendered Speculation: More Porsche 928 noise

The Brits at AutoExpress (essentially The Sun of car-related sites) have rendered Porsche's supposed 928 successor, and as expected, their report is rife with speculation, innuendo and conjecture.

Loder1899 heats up Ford's already cookin' Focus RS

Loder1899 Focus RS - click above image for hi-res gallery

Rumormill: Porsche reconsidering Panamera-based 928 successor?

Porsche 928 – Click above for high-res image gallery

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