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Porsche is Coming for Tesla: Dealers Getting Electric Chargers

Tesla Motors has accomplished plenty in its 14-year existence. But the biggest thing Elon Musk’s ground-breaking electric car company has likely done is making electric cars cool. Because before Tesla came on to the scene, they were largely funky little things with all the sex appeal of a kale stripper. Then came the Roadster and the Model S, Tesla  which flipped the script, and turned the green machines into status symbols. But this success hasn’t gone unnoticed from more established players—and perhaps no manufacturer is better poised to eat Tesla’s…

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After Dropping Plans for 911 Hybrid, Porsche Drops Hints About 911 Hybrid

Porsche folks are a pretty particular bunch. There’s a huge contingent that remain upset that 911s are now water-cooled, and the dust still hasn’t settled from the “scrambled egg” headlights Stuttgart gave the 996 generation. The reason? Some aficionados thought they looked too much like the Boxster’s—and that was enough to reach for the pitchforks. Now, in defense of that much-maligned model, we’d like to point out that automotive photographer extraordinaire Larry Chen bought one, which means it’s objectively beautiful. But the overall point here? It’s that 911 fans are notoriously…

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Brake Squeal Automotive News Featured Porsche 

Porsche Wants You to Know Brake Squeal is Fine: Video

When you buy a high-performance sports car, you should expect to make some compromises. Of course, there’s the old “fall in, crawl out” style of entrance and egress, noisy cabins,  the often-challenging lack of rear visibility, and the fact that your road-hugging suspension can make a speed bump look like Mount Everest. But enthusiasts often shrug off those characteristics as concessions to the greater good—that good being telepathic handling, lean curb weights, and skull-melting performance. That said, one minor annoyance which we’ve frequently seen pop up on enthusiast forums is…

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2018 Panamera Sport Turismo Automotive News Porsche 

The Porsche Panamera Wagon is Finally, Finally Here

OK, so maybe the Porsche Panamera wagon isn’t at your local AutoNation-affiliated Porsche dealer just yet. But Stuttgart has unveiled the production model at the Geneva Motor Show, so we know it’s actually a real thing. It’s called the 2018 Panamera Sport Turismo. Hallelujah. To say Porsche fans — and enthusiasts in general — have been waiting for a long-roof version of the Panamera is a bit of an understatement. The faithful have been calling for it since before the four-door sedan’s debut nearly a decade ago, and only intensified after…

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