New Porsche 911 Carrera 4 - Two impressive red lines (full version)
'Two impressive red lines', the first in a series of films introducing the UK launch of the new 911 all-wheel drive Carrera 4 models. The redline of a Porsche 911 has always been impressive and the new Carrera 4 models are no exception, pushing the boundaries of performance further. Now with its striking broad shoulders and iconic red LED strip, others can appreciate the red line of a 911 too. Follow the red line and build your own 911 at http://www.porsche.co.uk/redlines Combined fuel consumption in accordance with EU 5: 911 Carrera models 11,2-8,2 l/100 km; CO2 emission: 263-194 g/km
The new Porsche 911 Turbo. Breaking new ground.
With the new Porsche 911 turbo, we have once again questioned everything and started from scratch. We pushed the boundaries of what is possible in order to break new ground. Watch the result in our latest clip. For more information, visit: http://link.porsche.com/911-turbo?pc=9914TFBGA *Combined fuel consumption in accordance with EU 5: 9.7l /100 km; CO2-emission: 227g/km
New Porsche 911 Carrera 4: Part 1 - red line of identity
As part of the 'red lines' series, Porsche Chief Driving Instructor Gordon Robertson takes the reins of the new Carrera 4, telling us what he thinks about the car's look and identity as well as how it drives. Follow the red line and build your own 911 at porsche.co.uk/redlines Combined fuel consumption in accordance with EU 5: 911 Carrera models 11,2-8,2 l/100 km; CO2 emission: 263-194 g/km
Maria Sharapova takes the new Boxster Spyder for a spin in London
Tennis superstar Maria Sharapova was one of the first to drive the new Porsche Boxster Spyder in London recently; an unfiltered, highly focused return to the roots of the roadster. Find out how it feels to drive the 375 hp flat-six engine sportscar around one of the most iconic cities in the world. Discover more about the Boxster Spyder: http://www.porsche.com/microsite/boxster-spyder/ *Combined fuel consumption in accordance with EU 6: 9.9 l/100km; CO2 emission: 230 g/km