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Miniatures Bburago 1:24 – Porsche Macan Turbo

Bburago propose à l’échelle 1:24 une nouvelle miniature disponible en 2 couleurs (noir et bleu) du Porsche Macan Turbo. La version bleu métallisé est disponible dès à présent sous la référence 21077, idem pour la teinte noire. Comptez moins de 20 euros pour chaque modèle avec les portes et le capot moteur pouvant s’ouvrir. Les …

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Here’s What The 2020 Porsche Taycan Interior Looks Like

Ahead of the official launch of the new 2020 Porsche Taycan next week, Porsche has unveiled the final production-ready spec images of what the interior will look like. Obviously there are quite a lot of connections between the current Porsche interior design language and this new all-electric sports sedan, but there are quite a few departures from the norm as well. Check it out and let us know what you think!

The first thing you may notice is the outright exclusion of any analog gauges in the display. There is a new 16.8-inch screen that curves to provide you with all of the information you need while driving. You can set this display up in a number of different configurations. Classic mode will give you the rounded instrument dials you’re familiar with in a Porsche. Map mode will replace the power meter in the middle with a navigation map. You can also make it so the entire instrument cluster screen is a navigation map, if you so choose. And finally Pure mode will display only the essentials, like speed and a minimalist navigation arrow. Small touch screen buttons line either side of the cluster for operation of the lights and chassis functions.

The steering wheel is offered in a basic standard wheel and the now-familiar GT Sports steering wheel, which has the dial in the lower right quadrant to switch between driving modes.

There are two more screens in the center console, including the infotainment screen across the top of the dash, and the central command control screen in the « waterfall » above the twist shifter. The central command screen provides access to pretty much all operations of the car, from HVAC to chassis functions to a display for the car’s remaining battery range.

Speaking of infotainment, the Taycan will come with integrated Apple Music. You won’t even need a cell phone to access all of the best streaming music from pretty much all of history.

There is another screen ahead of the passenger’s seat, and if you order your Taycan with four-zone climate, an additional touch screen will be added to the console between the rear seats. That makes for a total of five different glass-front touch screens in the futuristic Taycan.

When you place an order for a Taycan, you’ll be presented with three different interior fabric options, including traditional leather, a new sustainable tanning style of leather called OLEA, and a new vegan material called Race-Tex which consists of recycled polyester fibers. The floor covering uses the recycled fibre “Econyl®”, which is made from, among other things, recycled fishing nets.

Interior colors Black-Lime Beige, Blackberry, Atacama Beige and Meranti Brown are available for the Taycan. The optional interior accent package also gives customers a choice of special contrasting colour schemes in black matt, dark silver or neodyme, an elegant champagne tone. The doors and centre consoles can be wood trim, matt carbon, embossed aluminium or fabric. There are thousands of different ways to configure your Taycan interior.

And of course, because it’s a Porsche, the start button is on the left.


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The 2020 Porsche 992 Carrera S Is Quick But Isn’t Much Of A Track Star

Give a car to Steve Sutcliffe and he’s bound to flog it within an inch of its life. He extracts every iota of performance from the car, and in addition to giving a good thrashing, gives it a fair judgement. For that reason, he’s one of the best. How many journalists can run times similar to an F1 test driver in that test driver’s regular F1 car?

Of course, he prefaces his critique of the 992 Carrera S with the acknowledgement that it’s first and foremost a road car, and not a racing car. That said, it does wear an S on its rear hatch, which holds it to certain expectations.

The front end is reminiscent of the 959’s, isn’t it?

It has to be said that, as a car optimized for road usage, it’s a success. More power, 391 lb/ft of torque from 1,900 revs, and an exquisite exterior make it a hit. However, its added heft make it a less involving car. Add a small amount of girth, and it’s immediately noticeable on road or track; the car is just not as placeable.

Still, it managed a 1:16.00 around Anglesey, which is nothing to sniff at. Considerably quicker than the 991 Carrera S, and even faster than a Nissan GT-R, there’s no denying its pace. Only being 0.8 of a second off a 991.1 Turbo, especially at a circuit that rewards the punchier motors, speaks to the power this mid-tier 911 offers. It’s a staggering amount of performance for a car that isn’t truly made with the track in mind, and as civil as any two-door Porsche on the market.

Still, Sutcliffe is underwhelmed. Noticeable heft, a less incisive front, and a less characterful motor make it « quick with a lower-case q. » While his standards for track performance probably exceed most owners’, it’s still refreshing to hear a blunt, reasoned, and fair take on a car that will undoubtedly stretch a smile across the face of 95% of its users.


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Porsche Taycan’s High-Tech Cabin Is Stunning

The Taycan’s interior is heavily inspired by the original 911’s, but with a modern twist.


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Voici la planche de bord de la Porsche Taycan

La Porsche Taycan sera dévoilée le 4 septembre prochain dans son intégralité mais nous savons désormais à quoi ressemblera son habitacle. Les images officielles montrent un tableau de bord moderne qui se couvre d’écrans intégrés dans un style typiquement Porsche.


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