There's nothing about this car that isn't perfect—don't tell Porsche purists that, though.
This is how an icon evolves.
We can't look away.
This could be the 2019 911 Turbo. Or Porsche just wants to recreate the RAUH-Welt Begriff look.
The 1999-2004 Porsche 911 was much maligned when new, but speculators think it's about to become collectible. Not so fast.
Porsches, Ferraris, Lamborghinis, and Skylines. Hell. Yes.
Who needs hybrid tech and regenerative braking when you've got flamethrowers?
Roll the dice with this 996 Turbo that's been to the moon and back.
This classic Motorweek review proves the last air-cooled 911 Turbo's status as a game-changer, then and now.
An old 911 isn't as different from a Toyota Supra as you might think.
You get supercar performance and Porsche prestige for way less than you'd pay for a decent air-cooled.
Not as ferocious as a GT3 RS, but a more usable car, according to Top Gear's Chris Harris
Newman took 2nd place at the 1979 24 Hours of Le Mans in this car with co-drivers Dick Barbour and Rolf Stommelen.
The stretched face 911 Turbo commands big bucks, especially when it's got less than 1000 miles on the clock.
Is this 1976 911 Turbo Carrera worth $250,000 to you?