Jake's Torque.
Do you want the insider's view on all things Porsche? Jake's Torque is where we open the doors to our Porsche Centre Brighton and find the stories most interesting to you.

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For the sport of it. The all-new 718 Cayman.
The new 718 Cayman lets its actions do the talking. Sporty actions, of course. As a corner-devouring coupe, it follows a line of its own far removed from fashion trends and four-lane arterials. In the town certainly. On the racetrack definitely. But always on the sport of it.

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Macan. Life, intensified.
Welcome with us the newest member in our Porsche family that will arrive in Australia early 2017. The Porsche Macan: the new entry level model with a turbocharged four-cylinder

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Porsche 911 RSR.
Porsche will tackle the 2017 racing season with an all-out newly developed GT racer. The new 911 RSR makes full use of the breadth of the Le Mans 24 Hours GT regulations, and in addition to systematic lightweight design, features the ultra-modern, flat-six unit positioned in front of the rear axle. The four-litre, extremely light aggregate features direct fuel injection as well as a rigid valve drive and is characterised by outstanding efficiency. The new 911 RSR will make its debut at the Daytona 24-hour race in January 2017.

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The new Panamera. Courage changes everything.
A few years ago, everything to do with a saloon suddenly changed. Large, cumbersome and thickly padded instantly seemed outmoded qualities. On the road, something happened - something rather fast and dynamic: a sports car came along. A sports car with four seats, an unmistakable silhouette and performance figures normally associated only with a Porsche. The Panamera. It changed everything. For drivers of saloons first and foremost. Sporting spirit - in business and in personal life - found its automotive counterpart. The courage to perform found a matching performer.

Now the change continues. Forwards. On the road, something is happening again. For sporty drivers - and their sporty companions - our engineers and designers have created the next Panamera. With the courage of a new generation.

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Porsche 911 GT3 R.
Porsche has unveiled its latest 911 customer race car, the 911 GT3 R, to be used in GT3 championships around the world. Based on the 911 GT3 RS production sports car, the new GT3 specification race car has more than 368 kW (500 hp) with special attention paid to its lightweight design, better aerodynamic efficiency, reducing consumption, improved handling, further optimised safety as well as lowering service and spare parts costs.  

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For the sport of it. The all-new 718 Boxster.
Mid-engine sports cars have a long tradition at Porsche; starting with the Porsche 550 Spyder in 1953: a sports car that caused a sensation on both the racetrack and on the road. That sensation is set to resurge with the all-new Porsche 718 Boxster, arriving in June.

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Porsche Mission E.
A sports car that covers over 500 kilometers with superb performance—but without a drop of gasoline? Welcome to the future: the Mission E electric concept car.

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