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Electric Porsche Taycan Interior Revealed

Porsche has offered up its first official look at the upcoming battery-electric Taycan. The sneak peak comes just a month ahead of the Taycam's slated reveal at the Frankfurt Motor Show.  The photo is certainly more than the typical new car teaser image. This full-on dashboard shot shows off an overall interior design that is similar to other recent Porsche…

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German Prosecutors Raid Porsche Offices

The Porsche brand seems to be unable to escape corruption. German prosecutors in Stuttgart confirm Tuesday they have raided Porsche offices. The raid comes amid allegations of corruption between the government's tax office and Porsche officials.  Prosecutors say they are suspicious that an auditor working for the government had been bribed into passing information to the carmaker's tax advisor. Specifically,…

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Porsche Officially Ditching Diesel

Porsche has announced it will ditch diesel powertrains going forward. The move comes as little surprise as parent company Volkswagen Group attempts to distance itself from its 2015 diesel emissions scandal, which included Porsche products.  The German government still has an ongoing probe into Volkswagen diesel engines, which cause Porsche to suspend sales of diesel vehicles in Europe back in…

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2019 Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid Revealed With 455 HP

Porsche keeps is becoming fairly consistent at churning out electrified versions of its range. This time the all-new Cayenne is getting electrified with a new E-Hybrid variant that's packing a respectable 455 horsepower.  The Cayenne E-Hybrid is powered by turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 engine that hammers out 335 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of torque. But that's not all. Thanks to the…

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Porsche Experiments With Car Subscription Service

Porsche is joining the ranks of automakers experimenting with new distribution methods. The German automaker has announced a new pilot program that allows consumers to subscribe to Porsche Passport.  Porsche Passport is the name behind a new subscription service the company is offering to buyers. Instead of simply owning or leasing a Porsche, buyers can subscribe via Passport for $2,000…

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2019 Porsche Cayenne Revealed

Porsche has officially pulled the cover off its third-generation Cayenne SUV. The 2019 Cayenne is all-new from the ground-up, despite looking very similar to its predecessor. Highlights on the new official Porsche of suburbia include new engines, more technology and more space. It's hard to believe just looking at it, but the 2019 Cayenne really is all-new. This version is…

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2018 Porsche Cayenne Sketched

Porsche has previewed the 2018 Cayenne ahead of its August 29th debut with a sketch. The sketch confirms a few design traits, such as sizable influence from the smaller Macan housed within an overall evolutionary design change. The Porsche brand is fairly notorious for playing it safe when it comes to redesigns, so perhaps it comes as no surprise that…

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Porsche Considering EVs, Hybrids as Part of Volkswagen's Zero Emissions Strategy

Speaking to Reuters at the Geneva Motor Show, Porsche sales chief Detlev von Platen indicated that the automaker is giving consideration to an all-electric version of its Macan compact SUV as well as a hybrid versions of some of its popular sports coupes. Porsche is investing close to $1.1 billion to develop the Mission E, the marque's first battery-only model.…

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Porsche Reveals 680 Horsepower Hybrid

Porsche has taken the wraps off the range-topping 2018 Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid, the brand's first convergence of the Turbo and E-Hybrid badges. The combination is mixing together a 4.0-liter V-8 and a plug-in hybrid system to net a staggering 680 horsepower from this hybrid. The formula behind this car is similar to that of the Porsche 918 Spyder. The…

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Porsche Issues Two Recall Notices Affecting Over 16,500 Vehicles

Porsche has announced that it will be recalling over 16,500 vehicles in two separate notices related to fastening screws and defective airbags. In the first notice, 16,429 911, Boxster and Cayman models manufactured between October 2015 and September 2016 are being recalled to address an issue with fuel collection pipe fastening screws. The company reports that the screws could shear…

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