This is the new Porsche 911 Carrera S Martini Racing Edition, it debuted today in China at the Chengdu Auto Show . The Porsche 911 Carrera S Martini Racing Edition is a limited edition for selected markets in Europe, China, and Latin America. Production is limited to just 80 cars.
This is the new Porsche 911 Carrera S Martini Racing Edition, seen here arriving at the exhibition center for the Chengdu Auto Show where it will officially debut tomorrow. The Porsche 911 Carrera S Martini Racing Edition is a limited edition for selected markets in Europe, China, and Latin America. Production is limited to just 80 cars.
Spy Shots of the facelifted Porsche 911testing in China. The Chinese car market is the largest market worldwide for Porsche and one of the largest for the 911, so the Germans want to make absolutely sure the new car behaves well on Chinese roads. The facelift includes a new air vent over the engine compartment and redesigned rear lights. Most strikingly however are the new exhaust pipes and the new openings in the far sides of the lower part of the bumper.
A very smurf Hamann Guardian EVO, Spotted in China in the great city of Xi’an in Shaanxi Province by Reader Mark, thank you for the pictures! The Hamann Guardian EVO is a super SUV based on the Porsche Cayenne Turbo. The Guardian comes with a hefty body kit that adds a lot of weight, but the V8 engine can deal with that as it is tuned up to a shattering 550hp and 770nm, good for a 300km/h top speed and a 0-100 in 4.6 seconds.
A very spacey Porsche Cayenne SUV, Spotted in China in the Sanlitun shopping district in Beijing. The good Porsche is wrapped in an eye-smoothing matte black wrap, and further porned up with darkened windows, matte black multi-spoke alloys, and… a matte black roof rack that adds the final finishing touch.
A beautiful blue 996 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S, Spotted in China in the Sanlitun embassy area in Beijing. The 996 was never officially exported to China so seeing one is a rare pleasure, even more so with a license plate reading 99961, that indeed is by far the best license plate we have seen on a Porsche 996 911 in China so far.
A very sleek Gemballa Mirage GT supercar, Spotted in China on the ‘Beijing Crab Island International Auto Show’, which is a fancy name for a shop-exhibition set up in a giant hall on the Crab Island amusement park in north east Beijing. Never mind the name, they got some serious metal down there. Back now, to the Gemballa.
The much anticipated Porsche Macan has been launched on the Chinese auto market. Price starts at 558.000 yuan and ends at 989.000 yuan ($90.000 – 145.000). Porsche expects China to become the largest market worldwide for the Macan within this year, with unconfirmed rumors saying 10.000 cars have been ordered already.
A very flashy Porsche Cayenne Techart Magnum supercar, Spotted in China in east Beijing. The Magnum is a Cayenne masterpiece, fitted with a fatass body kit and a monstrous engine. This particular Porsche is even further porned up with a piano black paint job, gold detailing, and racy five spoke piano black alloys.