Those enterprising enough can find ways to play Doom on any number of devices. The game has found quite a few adaptations thanks to enthusiasts. However, running it on a Porsche 911 where the car itself becomes the controller – now that’s a whole different breed.
Tesla is pretty much the king in the world of all-electric cars that offer a killer performance. It’s only natural that the reigning monarch be challenged, and Porsche apparently intends to do that with the Mission E Concept.
Porsche has unveiled the new Macan SUV, the smaller sibling to the Cayenne. Macan will be available in two versions, the Macan S and Macan Turbo. Availability will start with the former, powered by a 3 liter TDI V6 that provides a power of a 258hp. The top speed is limited to 156mph, with the zero to sixty acceleration taking 5.4 seconds. The Turbo version will be the better powered one with a 3.6-liter engine that will pump out 400hp and allow the SUV to reach a top speed of 164mph, and improve the zero to sixty acceleration time to 4.8 seconds.
Taking an obvious inspiration from the Porsche 911 race car series, Dutch designer Bastiaan Kok cooked up this interesting concept. It seems to be in part a toy, a kids cycle, a bike, and a formidable bicycle. We guess that really depends on your perspective. Also, having the handlebars significantly lower than the seat would have some deep purpose that we fail to see and understand. Either way, it is an interesting concept, and a design to brainstorm.
Created specifically to cater to people with deep pockets and taste for vanity, the BlackBerry Porsche P’9981 has exclusivity as its biggest asset. As the name very much suggests, it is a combination of Porsche Design and RIM working together.
Bringing its old engines back to life and automobile enthusiasts back to style, Porsche is reusing engine cylinders from the old 911 models as wine bottle coolers. The coolers have an anodized aluminum base and a lasered Porsche crest. It’s got quite some style, and at $620, we’ll say it’s got quite some price. Via …
We would like to think that a car as amazing as a Porsche wouldn’t quite need any additions, but poor people don’t really don’t really get opulence. The process you see, is quite simple. You get hold of a Porsche Panamera Turbo S, wrap it in gold, crocodile leather and cover its panels in Karelian birch.
Coming from Porsche Design, the P’6620 Dashboard Watch keeps alive the love of everything Porsche in its neat, inviting design. The watch gets a gauge inspired dial with date, chronograph and tachymeter functions, start/stop button, sapphire crystals and the finesse you would expect from a Porsche. The price as well is what you would expect …