Porsche in the Media
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 11
  4. 12
  5. 13
  6. 14

The Cayenne in the media

Porsche has launched a new generation of the Cayenne. Here's what the media think about. ...

A sharper design, boosted efficiency and extensive set of standard features: Those are the key characteristics of the new Cayenne, according to Porsche. But what are the journalists thinking about the new SUV?

topgear.com: This is the facelifted Porsche Cayenne

Independent Online: Peppered-up Porsche Cayenne for SA

CAR Magazine Online: Porsche Cayenne facelift (2014) first official pictures


Consumption Data:

Cayenne (model year 2015): Combined fuel consumption: 11.5 – 6.6 l/100 km; CO2 emission: 267 – 173 g/km

Cayenne S E-Hybrid: Combined fuel consumption: 3.4 l/100 km; CO2 emission: 79 g/km; Electricity consumption: 20.8 kWh/100 km

The new Cayenne

Supercup: Halftime

The fifth race weekend of the Mobil 1 Supercup takes place in Hockenheim, Germany. ...

Kuba Giermaziak comes to the German Grand Prix as the championship leader 13 points ahead of Earl Bamber. For some drivers, e.g. Sven Müller from Bingen, the fifth race weekend of the year becomes a home game.

The programm:

Friday, July 18th 2014:
4.45 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.: Training

Saturday, July 19th 2014:
12.25 p.m. to 12.55 p.m.: Qualifying

Sunday, July 20th 2014:
11.45 a.m. to 12.20 p.m.: Race

More about the Porsche Supercup in Hockenheim.

911 Road Trip

The FIA drove from Porsche GB headquarters in Reading to the home of the German manufacturer in Stuttgart. ...

Each of the manufacturers involved in the FIA World Endurance Championship build sports cars to sell to the public. Some are built to a lightweight specification, with weight savings for better acceleration and performance, but without many luxury items – essentially a road going race car. Others are built as the perfect Grand Tourers, with all the latest luxury items and space for luggage that make driving long distances a pleasure but blunt the performance due to the extra weight.  

However there are some sports cars that provide luxury and mind blowing performance, with the latest incarnation of the Porsche 911 Turbo S Coupe reportedly being one of those ultimate GT cars.  

To put this to the test the FIA drove the 980km from Porsche GB headquarters in Reading across the Channel to the home of the German manufacturer in Stuttgart to take the 911 Turbo S to see where the cars that race with the FIA World Endurance Championship are built and prepared.


Click here to read about the 911 road trip.

Top Gear meets the "Safari"

In 1978, the Porsche 911 SC Coupé "Safari" nearly won the East Africa Safari Rallye. Top Gear had a look at the car. ...

The Porsche 911 is the most successful race car in motorsports. Not that successful was the 911 SC Coupé "Safari" which was leading the East African Safari Rallye for a long time. What happened? Have a look at this video.

topgear.com: Meet Porsche’s 1978 911 rally car


Turbulences in Watkins Glen

The Six Hours of the Glen is one of the most difficult races in the Tudor United SportsCar Championship calendar. ...

Starting tenth, the 911 RSR with works drivers Nick Tandy (Great Britain) and Richard Lietz (Austria) was seventh as a caution flew with 10-minutes remaining. Entering the last corner, several cars made contact ahead of Nick Tandy, who became a father for the first time on Friday. But he kept a clear head through the chaos to move to fifth at the checkered flag.

The 911 RSR shared by Michael Christensen (Denmark), Patrick Long (USA) and Patrick Pilet (France) had a less dramatic day. Driving the 911 RSR of Team Falken Tire, Wolf Henzler (Germany) and Bryan Sellers (USA) ran in the top-three early in the day but eventually finished in ninth position.

In the GTD class, John Potter (USA), Andy Lally (USA) and Sebastian Asch (Germany) took third place driving the Porsche 911 GT America entered by Magnus Racing. It was the team’s third podium finish in five races. The Dempsey Racing Porsche 911 GT America of Patrick Dempsey (USA), Andrew Davis (USA) and Joe Foster (USA) finished in fourth place. It was their best finish of the season.

That's what the media wrote about the race:

NBCsports.com: IMSA: Spirit of Daytona takes Watkins Glen overall win

Buffalonews.com: Larry Ott: Team Sahlen’s second in class at Glen


Homepage Watkins Glen International

Goodwood live

Experience the excitement of Porsche Live at Goodwood, whether at the event or from home. ...

The theme for this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed (27-29 June) in West Sussex, "Addicted to Winning - The Unbeatable Champions of Motorsport", is a perfect fit for Porsche given its unrivalled record of 16 wins at Le Mans, and reputation for race-bred engineering innovations that are then transferred to the Stuttgart marque's road-going sports cars. Here is a partial list of what will happen at Goodwood.

Throughout the Festival of Speed weekend, an interactive content stream combining both Porsche content and social postings from fans will be presented via Porsche Live. Accessed via goodwood.porsche.com, in addition to a stream of photos, videos and articles about the Porsche involvement in Goodwood, visitors to the Festival can share their own ‘Porsche moments’ by posting photos and videos on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube using the hashtag #porschegoodwood plus the model they are posting, ie #918Spyder.

Content Stream: Porsche live at Goodwood

Red carpet for Sharapova

Wimbledon 2014 has just started. How Maria Sharapova and the Williams sisters evaluate their opportunities. ...

At the WTA’s Pre-Wimbledon Party, Maria Sharapova arrived with Mark Webber in a 918 Spyder. The Porsche brand ambassador and the Williams sisters talked about the traditional tournament.

The Washington Post Online: Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams at pre-Wimbledon red carpet


918 Spyder: Combined fuel consumption: 3.1 – 3.0 l/100 km; CO2 emission: 72-70 g/km; Electricity consumption 12.7 kWh/100 km

Wimbledon 2014 at a glance

Marathon at the Nürburgring

The most important dates for the 24-hour race on the longest track in the world at a glance. ...

Thursday, 19 June 2014
2.45 - 4.45 pm: Free Practice
6.45 - 11 pm: Qualifying 1

Friday, 20 June 2014
10.15 - 12.15 am: Qualifying 2
5.10 - 5.50 pm: Top-30-Qualifying

Saturday, 21 June 2014:
8.30 - 9.30 am: Warm-Up
2.10 pm: Startin Grid
from 4 pm on: Race

Sunday, 22 June 2014
4 pm: Finish
4.30 pm: Winners press conference with all pilots of the first three teams.

Here is the full program.

Wide press coverage

Media representatives from all over the world reported on the eventful 24 hours of Le Mans. ...

Shortly after waving the checkered flag the first analyzes were made to look into the most important endurance race in the world. The tenor: Porsche has earned respect by choosing a courageous course. Some examples:

motoring.com.au: Webber upbeat after strong Le Mans

motorsport. com: Porsche 911 RSR finishes 24-hour marathon at Le Mans in third

au.eurosport.com: Webber suffers debut heartbreak as Audi claim one-two