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Ballpoint pens with technology inspired directly from the racetrack. Athletic shoes with a suspension. Glasses with six hinges instead of the normal two. Does it sound outrageous and somewhat ostentatious? Well, it is.

While attending the 2011 Online News Association conference in Boston this week I stumbled upon a Porsche Design store in a local high-end shopping mall. Upon entering it became apparent the high levels of engineering and design Porsche continually incorporates into their vehicle have carried over to other product lines. Oh, did I mention price, those have carried over too.

A pen, what many could consider a very basic writing utensil, Porsche regards as a stylish piece of contemporary design. Because of this the bodies of their ballpoint, mechanical, and fountain pens are all composed of a material called TecFlex. TecFlex is essentially an interwoven piece of stainless steel brake line that has been adapted to hold ink as opposed to brake fluid.

When it comes to race-inspired products, the P’5510 Bounce S athletic shoes are similarly over-engineered and over-the-top. In-store prices ranged from $480.00 for the mesh version, or $600.00 for the leather-covered equivalent, these are far from a run-of-the-mill pair of Nike Shox. They might look like the Nikes, but closer inspection reveals a series of actual “shocks” on the bottom of the shoe, giving these kicks a suspension setup that would rival a F1 car. With the price reaching such levels one should be more concerned with twisting a part of the suspension than your own ankle.

Ok, so the pens are made from stainless steel brake line, and the bottoms of the shoes resemble something capable of taking on the Nurburgring. However the most useful piece in the store was probably the reading glasses. No, these are not something your grandmother would wear while reading the morning newspaper. These have a total of six hinges, allowing the eyewear to fold neatly into a carrying case. Not only are these available while prescription lenses and different magnifications, they’re also practical. Their ability to fold to next to nothing makes them easy to place in your pocket or center console.

If the Porsche Design store represents anything it’s the expansion of auto manufacturers. No longer are companies simply creating cars, trucks and SUV’s. Brands have branched out to create entire lifestyles for their owners and followers. From clothing and sunglasses to kitchen knives and luggage, it’s hard to find something a marque like Porsche hasn’t thought of. If your like me, you might not be able to buy a Porsche, but you can possibly buy a pen.

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By Matt McCarron

After months of partially disguised “spy” photos and unofficial press photos, it’s finally here. Today Porsche officially released the first details and photos of the their most revered vehicle, the 911. After nearly five decades of production the rear-engined Porsche 911 has become one of the most iconic and recognizable automobiles in the world.

Despite having subtle changes over the years the tradition of the 911 has remained largely unchanged. The 2012 911, designated the 991 internally, has stayed true to those roots. Although Porsche says the vehicle is “all-new”, many non-enthusiasts might claim the 991 looks nearly identical to its predecessor the 997. However, a closer look at the new 911 reveals many changes.

The wheelbase has increased by 3.9 inches, along with a lower height giving the 2012 911 a more aggressive overall appearance. The weight of the body has decreased by roughly 100 pounds thanks to lightweight aluminum-steel composite materials. The new 911 also has a wider front track, new rear axle and electro-mechanical power steering, resulting in greater driving agility, response and dynamics. On top of these features, the new Carrera S also offers Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC).

Another hallmark of the Porsche 911 is the high level of technology incorporated into each generation of the vehicle. The seventh generation is no different. According to Porsche the 991′s fuel consumption is up to 16 percent less than that of the 997. This improvement is made possible via a host of engine management systems, such as a start/stop function and electrical system recuperation. The seven-speed Porsche double-clutch (PDK) transmission also aids in the increased economy by letting the 911 “coast”. In addition to the PDK the 2012 911 will feature the worlds first seven-speed manual transmission.

In terms of performance the new 911 offers more horsepower from a smaller displacement engine. The 2012 911 Carrera is powered by a 3.4-liter flat-six engine, compared with the 3.6-liter in the outgoing model. Regardless of this reduction the horsepower remains unaffected. The Carrera S model still has a 3.8-liter with 15 more horsepower, boosting peak output figures from 385 to 400 hp. These changes enable the 911 Carrera to accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 4.4 seconds (with PDK transmission). Meanwhile the Carrera S does the same sprint with the PDK in 4.1 seconds.

The 2012 Porsche 911 will make its world premiere at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show in September, and is scheduled to arrive in the U.S. beginning in February 2012.

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By Matt McCarron

During the 24 Hours of Le Mans last month one might have noticed there was not much in the way of competition in the top-tier LMP1 sports prototype class. An Audi has claimed 10 of the last 12 overall wins at the world’s most prestigious endurance race. The other two overall wins went to Peugeot in 2009 and a Audi-powered Bentley in 2003. The last time Porsche took the overall at Le Mans was in 1998 when the 911 GT1, driven by Laurent Aïello, Allan McNish, and Stéphane Ortelli.

Despite 13 years passing since Porsche stood on top of the podium at the famed Circuit de la Sarthe Matthias Müller, President of the Executive Board at Porsche AG said it was only a matter of time before the most successful manufacturer in the history of the race returned to once again fight for the overall title.

“Porsche’s successes in Le Mans are unrivalled. We want to follow up on this with the 17th outright victory,” said Müller.

The return of Porsche Motorsport to the LMP1 class should add depth and variety to a class that has become more predictable in previous years. Audi and Peugeot will now have another serious competitor to contend with. More competition in a race like the 24 Hours of Le Mans is always a good thing, especially when the new competition includes a manufacturer with as storied history as Porsche.

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By Matt McCarron

The 997 model line of the Porsche 911 will be coming to an end this September at the Frankfurt Auto Show. However, that didn’t stop Porsche from adding one more version to their ever-expanding lineup of 22 different 911 models.

Porsche unveiled the 911 Carrera 4 GTS, adding a four-wheel-drive variant to the recently released Carrera GTS. The Carrera 4 GTS has an additional 23 hp over a standard Carrera 4S. This is made possible by internal changes to the 3.8-liter flat-six-cylinder engine including: a special resonance intake manifold with six vacuum-controlled tuning flaps and a sports exhaust system with four black tailpipes finished with polished, nano-coated inner shells.

This added horsepower enables the GTS to accelerate from 0-60 mph 0.1 second quicker than the regular 4S. The optional PDK transmission and Sport Chrono Package Plus enables the GTS to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 4.0 seconds. The manual coupe GTS also and has an increased top speed of 187 mph (186 with PDK).

The exterior and interior accents are primarily black. The exterior is adorned with black side skirts from the 911 GT2, a black panel between the rear tailpipes and 19-inch RS Spyder design wheels, painted in high-gloss black. The interior is covered in black Alcantara on the center sections of the standard sport seats and on the rim of the three-spoke steering wheel and on the gear and handbrake levers.

The Carrera 4 GTS will go on sale starting in the fall.  The Carrera 4 GTS coupe will have a base MSRP of $110,200, with the Carrera 4 GTS cabriolet starting at a slightly higher base price of $120,100.

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By Matt McCarron

Well, Porsche has done it again. After releasing the 911 Black Edition, then the Boxster S Black Edition, it’s only fitting that Porsche would apply it to yet another one of their model lines. Today Porsche announced the creation of the Cayman S Black Edition. Like both the 911 and Boxster S variants, the Cayman S Black Edition will be a limited production vehicle, with only 500 units produced worldwide.

As with the other two variants, the goal of the Cayman S Black Edition is to offer added horsepower, exclusivity and a long list of equipment at an affordable price. But is this special Cayman S really worth the added sticker price?

Well, to start with the Cayman S Black Edition gets an additional 10 horsepower from the 3.4-liter six-cylinder engine. The engine, which produces 330 horsepower enables the Black Edition to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 4.6 seconds, with the optional PDK transmission and Sports Chrono Package, as opposed to the manual transmission which covers the same distance in 4.8 seconds. A vehicle equipped with the PDK transmission also gets the added bonus of launch control and various shifting modes.

If your particular color preference happens to be well, black, then you’re in luck. This Cayman S is only available in said color, and as with all Black Edition models, is covered from head to toe in black accessories. The car gets 19-inch Boxster Spyder design wheels, painted black of course, and also features side intake grills, model designation badge and it’s exhaust pipes with the same special treatment. The interior features black leather with trim pieces finished in aluminum and stainless steel.

In the end the Cayman S Black Edition is very similar to its two siblings. All three have very similar changes and feature many of the same upgrades. However, whether or not this limited production Cayman S is worthy of the added cash is ultimately up to the individual.

The 2012 Cayman S Black Edition has a base MSRP of $67,500 and will start arriving in U.S. showrooms later this summer.

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By Matt McCarron

Car manufacturers often make special or limited production vehicles. However, very few take it to the level and extreme Porsche has. First they released the model 997.2 GT3, then the critically acclaimed and even more extreme GT3 RS. But now they’ve really done it. Porsche has taken the GT3 model line to the very limits of what seems possible with a flat six-cylinder engine, producing what could be, the very essence of a street and track car.

Enter the GT3 RS 4.0. The vehicle, which will be limited to only 600 units worldwide, has the largest displacement engine ever offered in a 911, a 4.0-liter flat six punching out 500 hp at 8,250 rpm and 337 lb/ft at 5,750 rpm. That’s 50 horsepower more than the GT3 RS with a 3.8-liter flat six. In addition to having the largest engine the GT3 RS 4.0 has the most powerful output per-liter of any 911 engine ever produced, with 125 horsepower per liter.

All of this horspower, and a power to weight ratio of just 5.99 lbs/hp allows this special 911 to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 3.8 seconds, unchanged from the regular GT3 RS. However, while the 0-60 times might be the same, the difference in track times between the GT3 RS 3.8 and 4.0 on the Nürburgring-Nordschleife racetrack are drastic. The GT3 RS 3.8 recorded an official time of 7 minutes and 33 seconds, while the 4.0 lapped the famous “Green Hell” in 7 minutes and 27 seconds. Six seconds might not seem like a lot, but in the world of motorsports it’s a lifetime.

This improvement is possible because of weight reduction. With carbon fiber sport bucket seats, carbon fiber front fenders and luggage compartment lid the GT3 RS 4.0 weighs in at only 2,998 lbs (full tank of fuel). Other cosmetic changes include large rear wing and speical “4.0″ badging on the engine lid and lower left-hand corner of the doors. The GT3 RS 4.0 also has a unique gray line, with red accents running from the nose of the hood all the way back to the rear.

The GT3 RS 4.0 is available in Carrera White and will go on sale in the U.S. beginning in late 2011 at a base MSRP of $185,000 (plus destination).

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By Matt McCarron

If you think a Panamera Turbo is just not fast enough, then your in luck. Porsche has announced the new Panamera Turbo S will make its first official North American debut next month at the 2011 New York International Auto Show.

2012 Porsche Panamera Turbo S: Courtesy Porsche North America

The Panamera Turbo S separates itself from the regular Panamera Turbo courtesy of various performances enhancements that have been made throughout the vehicle. The turbochargers have been enhanced with lighter titanium-aluminum turbines, resulting in quicker engine response. With these changes the Panamera Turbo S has a peak  output of 550 horspower, as opposed to the 500 from the Panamera Turbo. The torque has also increased from 516 lb-ft to 553 lb-ft. Torque can be increased even further for short periods of time when “Sport” or “Sport Plus” modes are engaged. The Panamera Turbo S can accelerate from 0-60 in just 3.6 seconds, four tenths quicker than the Panamera Turbo.

The exterior of the Panamera Turbo S features new 20-inch Turbo II wheels with increased rear axle track width, while the interior offers new leather color combinations, including a standard bi-color leather finish. Optional black and cream leather interior is unique to the Panamera Turbo S. Gray and cream optional interior will appear later in the year. The same gray color is available as an exterior color via Porsche exclusive. The Panamera Turbo S goes on sale in the U.S. later this spring at a base MSRP of $174,175.

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Matt McCarron

Porsche 918 Spyder: Courtesy Porsche GmbH

Hybrids are becoming more and more common on today’s roads and highways. However, there’s one hybrid you will not be seeing often, maybe ever. Porsche announced today they will begin production of the plug-in 918 Spyder hybrid on Sept. 18, 2013 (9/18), with each vehicle expected to cost a hefty $845,000.

Now before you go off the deep end over the vehicle’s exorbitant sticker price, consider this. The Porsche 918 Spyder is a hybrid, but it is as far from a Toyota Prius as you could possibly imagine. The Prius’ 1.8-liter I-4 develops a minute 98 horsepower, while the 918 Spyder is powered by a high-revving V8, producing in excess of 500 horsepower. The 918’s two electric engines also produce at least 218 horsepower, for a total output of 718 bhp. Porsche estimates all of this power will enable the 918 Spyder to accelerate from 0-60 mph in a blistering 3.1 seconds, achieve a top speed in excess of 199 mph and complete a projected sub-7 min, 30 sec Nürburgring Nordschleife lap time.

Yes, the 918 Spyder has lots of horsepower with supercar performance and stunning looks, and will be one of, if not the fastest street legal hybrid vehicle in existence when it arrives in the U.S. in late 2013. But here is the figure that is truly stunning. Porsche estimates the 918 Spyder will achieve a mind-blowing 94 mpg.

The 918 Spyder is scheduled to make its first appearance in U.S. showrooms in late 2013. However, those lucky individuals who put in orders for the supercar have the opportunity to purchase a very exclusive special edition 911 Turbo S with the same acid-green interior and exterior accents as the 918 Spyder. It will also feature a matching production number as their 918 Spyder. The special 911 Turbo S will cost them though. Depending on whether the individual decides on a coupe or convertible the special 911 Turbo S will cost between $160,700 and $172,100.

911 Turbo S 918 Spyder Edition: Courtesy Porsche GmbH

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By Matt McCarron

Gemballa Tornado: Courtesy Gemballa GmbH

Gemballa, the famous Porsche automotive tuner has produced their first vehicle since renaming the company Gemballa GmbH. The all-new Tornado, which is based on the Cayenne 958 and 957, utilizes high amounts of carbon-fiber to reduce weight of the vehicle and improve its overall performance. In comparison to the factory Cayenne, which is totally composed of steel body panels, the Gemballa Tornado that only has four steel panels: the body, rear quarter panels, roof panels and hatchback. The rest of the vehicle is entirely made in lightweight, highly strong carbon-fiber, resulting in 154 lbs of weight savings.

In addition to being lightweight the Tornado is also extremely powerful. The Tornado has a 35-40 percent horsepower increase over the stage one Gemballa Cayenne Turbo conversion, which produces 580 horsepower. This gives the Tornado between 675-700 horsepower, thanks to a stage two engine upgrade. This upgrade also gives the Tornado a 30 percent increase in torque, with 737 lb-ft.

Gemballa plans on producing on 30 examples of the Tornado, in commemoration of 30 years in business.

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By Matt McCarron

Porsche announced that the newest member of its hybrid lineup will become available towards the end of this year. The Panamera S Hybrid is the second vehicle of its kind to be developed by the German manufacturer. The Panamera S Hybrid is not only a hybrid, it’s the most fuel efficient Porsche in history.

The Panamera S Hybrid is capable of producing a total of 380 horsepower; 333 via a 3.0-liter supercharged V6, with the remaining 47 being produced by an electric motor. The electric motor powers the vehicle until it reaches just north of 50 mph. This allows the Panamera S Hybrid to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 5.7 seconds and top out at 167 mph. All this power is controlled via the 8-speed Tiptronic S transmission.

Porsche Panamera S Hybrid: Courtesy Porsche North America

In addition to being powerful, the gasoline and electric combination is also extremely fuel efficient. Porsche estimates the Panamera S Hybrid will average between 33-34 mpg on the highway. The varying mileage is due to low-rolling-resistance tires, which are optional. Another reason for the great fuel economy is what Porsche calls a “sailing” mode. Upon lifting off the gas pedal at highway speeds the gasoline engine completely shuts off and disengaged from the drivetrain by a decoupling clutch. The engine kicks back on when the driver applies pressure back onto the gas pedal. This “sailing mode” is possible because of Porsche’s “Hybrid Manager.”

Being that this is a Porsche, the interior comes as well designed and engineered as the exterior and mechanical components. The Panamera S Hybrid is equipped with Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM), Porsche Communication Management navigation system (PCM), and bi-xenon headlights. The PCM has a special display, unique to the Panamera S Hybrid, that allows the driver to actively monitor the vehicles hybrid and electrical systems.

The Porsche Panamera S Hybrid is scheduled to go on sale towards the end of the year, with a base MSRP of $95,000.

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By Matt McCarron

Just days after the unveiling of their newest special edition vehicle, the 911 Black Edition, Porsche has done it yet again, this time with the Boxster S Black Edition. Much like its big brother, the 911, this Boxster will offer unique features, but more importantly, more horsepower.

2012 Porsche Boxster S Black Edition: Courtesy Porsche North America

The new Boxster will feature a long list of interior improvements and changes over the regular Boxster S. Namely a number of trim pieces, such as area around the gear selector for the PDK seven-speed double clutch transmission. If you choose the old-school 6-speed manual transmission the area around the shifter will be painted in black. Another special feature the Boxster share with the 911 is the use of aluminum and stainless steel trim pieces. All of these interior and exterior visual enhancements are courtesy of the standard Design Package, an option on other Boxster models. The Black Edition Boxster also features the optional Convenience Package as standard equipment. This package as such goodies as the includes Bi-Xenon headlights with dynamic cornering function, a wind deflector, auto-dimming interior and exterior mirrors, rain sensor and automatic climate control. But wait, I’m not done. This plentiful Porsche also has the Infotainment Package, giving the driver a host of entertainment options at their fingertips, literally. The package adds a touch screen Porsche Communication Management system (PCM), Bose surround sound stereo system as well as XM satellite radio.

Now to the area which really matters, weight and horsepower. The Boxster S Black Edition features an additional 10-horsepower from its 3.4-liter six-cylinder engine. The end result is 320 hp at 7,200 rpm and 273 lb-ft at 4,750 rpm. Not only do you get added horsepower, but the fuel economy doesn’t suffer. Coupled with the PDK seven-speed double clutch transmission, the special Boxster S get an estimated 20 city and 29 highway. The 6-speed manual offers 19 city and 26 highway respectively. In the weight department this Boxster S has been on a diet. It features the lightest 19-inch wheels in the Porsche repertoire, and a lightweight spring-strut suspension.

All in all the Boxster S Black Edition appears to be a very good value for the money, $65,200 MSRP. You get more horsepower, more features and optional packages for less money. Porsche says that compared to the MSRP of a similarly equipped Boxster S, the Boxster S Black Edition saves the customer $3,200. And that sounds like a good deal, especially when you drive out of the dealership with a special edition Porsche, your left hand on the steering wheel, your right on the gear selector and $3,200 in your back pocket.

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By Matt McCarron

High-end auto manufacturers are always trying to get a leg-up over the competition. Manufacturers are constantly debuting updated or slightly tweaked versions of already existing vehicles or creating special editions of a particular model, creating a renewed interest and in-turn, new customers. But are these special editions really worth the inflated sticker price they command?

Porsche 911 Black Edition: Courtesy of Porsche North America

Case-in-point, the new Porsche 911 Black Edition. The special variant costs an additional $3,500 compared to a run-of-the-mill 911 Carrera coupe, and $2,500 over a Carrera Cabriolet. Surely you get some special or exclusive goodies for the extra money, but what are they, and do they give enough bang for the buck?

The 911 Black Edition exterior is painted in “Solid Black” and has other components matched to fit the exterior’s overall look, including black brake calipers, 19-inch 911 Turbo II wheels with a two-tone finish, and a “911” badge on the trunk lid. The interior features some special characteristics too, such as a limited edition plaque on the glove box and “Black Edition” stainless steel door entry guards, but other features are available to anyone ordering a regular 911 Carrera. These include a black interior with aluminum trim pieces and black instrument dials. The real section of the center console painted black and the car has Porsche Communication Management (PCM), a Sport Design steering wheel and a Bose surround sound system.

That might not seem like much. However, if you take the options that are offered on the Black Edition and ordered them individually it would cost approximately $8,390. That might be reason enough for someone to spend the $3,500, especially if an individual wanted to order a 911 similar to the Black edition. However, when it comes down to it, whether someone feels spending the extra money is warranted is up to the individual. Manufacturers will continue to produce limited special and run-out editions in an attempt to maximize profits.  Some like special editions and others don’t, but like the saying goes, “to each his/her own.”

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By Matt McCarron

Here is a video from the 2010 Gumball 3000 Rally, which traveled from Boston, Mass. to Quebec City, Quebec, Canada on May 4, 2010.

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