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2016 Porsche GT3RS
· Color – GT Silver Metallic
· Leather Interior, Black (Stitching in Racing Yellow)
· Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB)
· Floor Mats
· Porsche Communication Management (PCM) & Nav Module
· Deviated Stitching Interior Package (Racing Yellow)
· Sound Package Plus
· Fire Extinguisher
· Voice Control
· Light Design Package
· Front Axle Lift System
· Extended Range Fuel Tank, 23.9 gal
· Bi-Xenon Headlights in Black & Porsche Dynamic Light Sys
· Seat Belts in Racing Yellow
· Smoking Package
· Auto-Dimming Mirrors with Integrated Rain Sensor
· Pedals and Footrest in Aluminum
· Luggage Net in Passenger Footwell
· Storage Compartment Lid in Alcantara with Porsche Crest
· Sport Chrono Package incl. Porsche Track Precision App
· Wheels painted in Satin Black
· 2 Zone Automatic Climate Control
· Wing Supports in Black
· Carbon Fiber Interior Package i.c.w. Leather Interior
· Center Console Trim in Carbon Fiber
· Full Bucket Seats
· Full Expel Clear Bra Entire Car
· Roll Bar in Racing Yellow
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Auto blogThu, 20 Dec 2012
Vaunted men's magazine Playboy knows that its readers are nearly as interested in cars as they are in the female anatomy... sorry, we thought we could write that with a straight face. Anyway, the buff-book does occasionally fill some of its spreads with sexy metal, to accent all the rest of the sexiness.
To wit, the magazine has unveiled its feature on the 2013 Cars of the Year. Without giving us much in the way of criteria for the awards, nor a clear framing of the categories ("Responsible Ride" is a particularly challenging concept, especially when you consider that the Mazdaspeed3 was the winner), Playboy has nevertheless highlighted what we assume to be it's favorite 12 or 13 (depending on how you count) cars from the 2013 model year.
Headlining the class is the Porsche 911, which Playboy writers single out for having "remarkable electronic voodoo." BMW M5 is named "Slickest Sports Sedan" though the Cadillac ATS then follows on because "we couldn't resist giving the new Caddy a shout-out." The rest of the picks are pretty conventional (save, perhaps, the Honda Fit EV as "Ace Electric"), even if the categories and methodology are fairly wonky. Cruise through or gallery for a taste or check out the full list, here. The site is safe for work, and you can legitimately (this time) say that you were reading it for the articles.
Earlier this month, our friends across the pond at Auto Express released the first in a two-video series that would see them try and build up a second-generation Mazda MX-5 Miata that could best a standard Porsche Boxster around the track. While that first video detailed the mods to the MX-5 - a supercharger, some suspension upgrades and a new set of super-sticky rubber being chief among them - and set baseline lap times for the stock car, today, we have the results of the 5,000-pound ($8,200) upgrade job.
Of course, we aren't going to spoil those for you. You'll need to watch the full video, which recaps the upgrades before digging into a comparison of both straight-line-speed differences between the 2.7-liter Porsche Boxster and blown Miata, as well as their behavior and lap times on the track.
Take a look and let us know what you think in Comments.
Porsche, though the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, announced a voluntary recall on about 2,200 911 Carrera and Carrera 4 models built during the 2012 and 2013 model years. On cars equipped with the standard exhaust system it was found that the tailpipes could separate from the mufflers and become dangerous road debris; models that added the optional sport exhaust system are not included in this recall.
Affected vehicles were built between March and November of last year, but there have been no reports of the problem on any customer-owned vehicles. Porsche first noticed a cracked tailpipe weld on a test vehicle back in May, and since then has found similar problems on other internally owned vehicles, all with more than 25,000 miles on the clock. To fix the problem, dealers will be replacing the mufflers. Scroll down to read the official notice.