The automotive wing of German holding company Porsche Automobil Holding SE is poised for a big sales year in 2012. According to the brand’s top sales and marketing executive Bernhard Maier, Porsche Zwischenholding GmbH expects significant growth in new car sales in 2012. That growth will be only partially dependent upon sales from Volkswagen AG, Read on! →


When you asked dad if you could borrow the keys to the car as a teenager, was that car a Porsche 911 GT3 RS? For most of us, the sad answer would be a resounding “no.” But for 14-year-old Schorschi Wörle and 10-year-old brother Steppi Wörle, dad happens to own a Porsche dealership in Germany. Read on! →


Auto collectors nationwide are currently green with envy, reports Auto Week. Snatching up the oldest classic Porsche sold in America tends to stir the pot of jealousy. That’s exactly what Robert Wilson of Oklahoma City, Okla., did when he found a 1952 Porsche 356 Cabriolet in a salvage yard. 1952 Porsche 356 Cabriolet won the Read on! →


Volkswagen’s plans to build a two-seater turbodiesel convertible roadster, the Blue Sport, have been on-again, off-again since the concept first appeared at  the 2009 Detroit auto show. Now it looks as if those plans could fade entirely. The German automaker says it just doesn’t see the kind of projected sales numbers it needs to justify Read on! →


Porsche announced this week at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto show that it is planning to construct a 53-acre Experience Center in the city of Carson in the Los Angeles Basin. Sort of a theme park for speed-loving gear-heads with disposable income, the Experience Center will feature a test track, a customer delivery center, a Read on! →


Ferdinand Alexander Porsche has died in Salzburg, Austria, at the age of 76. Porsche was the famed designer of the original, iconic Porsche 911 sports car. A design legacy Porsche rose to international prominence in 1963 when he introduced the original Porsche 911 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. He was only 27 at the time. Read on! →


Thursday Porsche confirmed some news that has been rumored for some time. The automaker will unveil its small SUV Cajun in the U.S. for 2013. Also, a new diesel Cayenne will debut stateside in 2012. Helps fund sportier Porsche models While sports car enthusiasts may balk, diesel and SUV sales are extremely important to German-based Read on! →