Rally-Spec 1985 Porsche 911 Carrera Safari
This 1985 Porsche 911 Carrera is probably as close as you’ll get to a street legal rally car that will also let you live out your safari dreams. Modified by Vali Motorsports, it features a lifted suspension, skid plates, a roll cage, limited-slip differential, and most importantly, 16-inch Braid wheels wrapped in 215/65 BFGoodrich all-terrain tires. The exterior is finished in red, while the black interior sports a six-point harnesses, power accessories, air conditioning, and carbon-fiber seats upholstered in black Alcantara.

LEGO 10295 Porsche 911 Targa Turbo
Auto enthusiasts rejoice! The LEGO Group has unveiled their new two-in-one Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Targa set. This means that you’ll be able to build either the fixed roof 911 Turbo model or an open-roof 911 Targa, complete with the angled headlamps, sculpted bonnet as well as iconic rear-mounted flat six ‘boxer’ engine. Inside, you’ll find 2+2 sports seats, a dashboard finished in dark orange / nougat, handbrake, gearshift and functional steering.

Porsche 919 Street
Porsche has created numerous concepts over the years, but just a handful have never been revealed to the public, that is until…now. One of these vehicles is the Porsche 919 Street. Put simply, it’s the road-going version of its Le Mans hybrid race car from 2017 that makes 900-horsepower, complete with carbon-fiber monocoque. Unlike most hypercars, this one does not have a large rear ring in the back, but it does boast a full-width LED light strip.

Porsche Taycan Turbo Safety Car Le Mans
Photo credit: Mathieu Bonnevie | Porsche
What better way to kick off the 24 Hour Le Mans Season Opener than by driving the new safety car, a Porsche Taycan Turbo, from the automaker’s experience center in Hockenheim? That’s exactly what happened, using the vehicle’s battery-electric all-wheel-drive drivetrain with a permanent-magnet synchronous motor on each axle generating 671 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque. Thanks to Porsche Destination Charging, making sure the Taycan is charged was a breeze. Guests of selected hotels, golf courses and marinas can also access these 1,000+ charging points across 20 countries.