- Porsche video
- New Porsche 911
- Porsche 911 evolution
- New Porsche 911 (Porsche 991)
- Porsche winter driving school
Now, The Stuttgart automaker is announcing the Winter Driving School “Porsche Driving Experience Winter”, which will give all fans of the sportscar a chance to test it under more extreme conditions than they would encounter on the road.
“In the winter training courses of the Porsche Driving Experience both beginners and experienced drivers will, under the guidance of Porsche’s instructors, be able to develop their driving skills and improve their driving style one step at a time through a well-balanced mix of theoretical and practical content,” the official statement reads.
As was the case with prototype testing for the new Porsche 911 (Porsche 991), the experience centers around a test track in the far North of Finland, very close to the Arctic Circle.
There levels will be offered for those wanting to learn how to control the rear-engined car in icy conditions: Precision, Performance and Master.
If the cold isn’t your thing, but you want to test the new Porsche 911 as it’s being launched, “Porsche Tour of South Africa also features a varied itinerary. Scenic routes start from Cape Town and wind their way through the Garden Route to the inland game reserves and enable participants to experience the new Porsche 911 on roads made for driving.”
Minus 30 degrees in the snow. In a Porsche?
We can warmly recommend it – the winter driving activities from the Winter Driving School – Porsche Driving Experience.
The Porsche Winter Driving School offers you a number of different opportunities to enjoy handling a Porsche in winter conditions. You’ll also have the unique opportunity of learning all about the future of the sportscar: with the new Porsche 911 – as part of a special training session at Camp4, Camp4S and Ice-Force.
Porsche instructors will show you how to improve your safety – and your driving skills. On snow and ice. Pushing the limits. For unlimited driving pleasure.
As the graphic shows, you can complete each level which builds on knowledge from the previous level (Precision, Performance and Master) as part of specially developed winter driving programmes on snow and ice. First-time participants start with the Precision training. They subsequently go on to improve their vehicle control further with the next level up, Performance. Only then are they ready for the Master course. You can complete the individual training levels on ice in the winter or on the track in the summer.
- Win Porsche
- New Porsche 911 (Porsche 991)
- Need for Speed – The Run
Electronic Arts recently revealed that gamers who purchase the limited edition retail package of the forthcoming Need for Speed: The Run will find themselves able to get behind the wheel of the new Porsche 911 Carrera S (Porsche 991). And while the vehicle may be exclusive to the limited edition package with the videogame and even more limited opportunity has been revealed: the chance to win Porsche 911 Carrera S.
Need for Speed: The Run is the latest videogame in the long running Need for Speed series, and is promising an unusual turn for the franchise in the same way that Need for Speed SHIFT altered our expectations. Electronic Theatre recently had the opportunity to get hands-on with Need for Speed: The Run, stating in our preview: “Lessons have obviously been learned from Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, as Need for Speed: The Run’s handling is balanced perfectly between realism and playability.”
The competition is very simple to enter. All you need do is visit the official Need for Speed: The Run website. Please see the official website for the full terms and conditions, and stay right here at Electronic Theatre for all the latest details on Need for Speed: The Run.
- 2012 Porsche Cayman
- 2012 Porsche Boxster
- 2012 Porsche 911 Turbo and Cabriolet
Porsche recently held some kind of event in San Francisco that required the street parking of not just the 2012 Porsche 911 (Porsche 991), but its yet-to-be revealed 2012 Porsche 911 Turbo and cabriolet variations, along with the upcoming 2012 Porsche Boxster (Porsche 981) and 2012 Porsche Cayman — not to mention a much longer parade of older 911s up the street.
While the 2012 Porsche 911 cabriolet is expected in Los Angeles later this year, the rest may trickle out over the next year or so. For the older 911s, you’ll just have to keep hitting refresh on Bring A Trailer