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Porsche Hamburg-G20 Arson Attack News Porsche 

Porsches set Ablaze in Possible G20 Arson Attack in Germany

As many as 12 Porsche sports cars were set ablaze in an alleged G20 arson attack in Germany. The fire broke out at Porsche Center in Eidelstedt, Hamburg in the wee hours of Thursday morning. At least 10 Porsches were damaged according to the fire department. The fire which started at 3.55 am was brought under control by 38 firefighters before it could spread elsewhere and cause further damage. Also see: Porsche 911 GT2 RS revealed at Goodwood Two other cars were damaged by the fire and the foam used…

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Rent to Impress – Three Porsche Rental Cars That will Help Push a Big Deal Through

It has been attributed to both Oscar Wilde and Will Rogers, has appeared in commercials for decades and is a common feature in Hollywood stories, usually said by an aging but benevolent mentor to a young protegee on the verge of success. It is also one of the basic tenets of deal-making. “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” The words you use, the suit you wear, the restaurant you frequent, the office you welcome potential clients in – all tools designed to create trust, to…

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BMW M2 vs Porsche 718 Cayman S

There are so many sports cars on the market, from the Mercedes-AMG C63 to the Lotus Elise. They really are perfect car for car-lovers who can’t afford a supercar. Nowadays, sports cars are becoming increasingly popular in today’s society. The BMW M2 is one the latest in the line of small, affordable yet exciting sports cars. But how does it compare to it’s rival: the Porsche 718 Cayman S? BMW M2 Established automotive manufacturer, BMW, offers many types of cars. But more particularly, they produce mean, aggressive performance cars identified by a single…

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2017 Porsche 718 Cayman-4 News Porsche 

Porsche 718 Cayman Revealed

The 2017 Porsche 718 Cayman is the latest hard-top Porsche to sport a downsized four-cylinder turbocharged engine. Including a few aesthetic changes, Porsche has made substantial upgrades to the new 718 Cayman and if you’re still feeling skeptical about the performance, we advise you to stick around and read further. With the new generation Boxster and Cayman, Porsche has brought back the historic ‘718’ badge. Yes, the old six-cylinder engines are no more available and the sound of the naturally aspirated flat-six will be sorely missed. However, turbocharging brings a whole…

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