Porsche 911

Porsche 911 – Driving A Legend

by Sales Team on June 7, 2016

Porsche 911 | Legendary Quality

Porsche 911

The centerpiece of the Porsche brand, with its exclusive luxury and unmatched performance, is the Porsche 911. This iconic vehicle has been the ultimate acquisition for refined drivers for five decade, and it continues to grow in desirability and collectability with each passing year. Beginning with the Type 901 at the International Motor Show (IAA) in Germany in September 1963, and innovating into a variety of trim levels, the heritage of the 911 can be seen in each Porsche. The 911 sets the standard for all other sports cars, with its alluring aesthetics and resourceful structure. [click to continue…]


Porsche’s Everyday Usability

by Sales Team on March 20, 2015

Porsche’s Everyday Usability | Built for Every Drive

Porsche's Everyday Usability
Porsche engineers build their vehicles unlike any other manufacturer, conquering performance both on and off the race track. As race cars, they have won more than 30,000 races all over the world. As street cars, they possess stability, performance and comfort that is unlike any other car on the road. The results are unbelievable even for everyday driving. [click to continue…]


Porsche Tradition and Design

by Sales Team on February 27, 2015

Porsche Tradition and Design | Building Cars Like No One Else

An elegant, refined sports car drives by and you immediately know it is a Porsche. Take a look at one of the earlier models and you will notice the same essence present in the newest releases. Porsche has established a long tradition of building vehicles where design follows function. This history carries the company forward in creating the most innovative automobiles on the road that are easily recognizable. [click to continue…]


3 New Variants Added To The 911 Model Range

by Sales Team on March 24, 2014

Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Coupé und Porsche 911 2.0 Coupé (Baujahr 1964)

The Porsche 911 is 50 years old this year, and with this milestone, Porsche has released several exciting variants to celebrate half a century of this iconic design.

The seventh generation of the 911, referred to by the Porsche internal designation 991, is now in its 3rd year of production. 2012 saw the 911 transition from the 997 to the 991, with the introduction of the “New Porsche 911” in Carrera and Carrera S models. In 2013, Porsche released the Carrera 4 and 4S versions which are the AWD versions. For 2014, 50 years since the first 911 was introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show, Porsche has added the Turbo and Turbo S variants, the track-focused GT3, along with a 50th Anniversary model. [click to continue…]


Ordering A Porsche 911 p. 3: Choosing The Options

by Lawrence Romanosky on February 26, 2014

Sport Chrono in Beige

Ordering a Porsche 911 becomes a little bit more involved when you have a look at the car configurator and start to choose all the options. Keeping in mind it is your car and you can build it any way you want, we at Porsche Centre Calgary can offer some suggestions. We tend to group the individual options into categories; Performance, Luxury, Appearance, Electronics and Personalization. Generally most builds are heavier in one or two of these categories, and lighter in the others as befits the customers use for the vehicle and personal style.

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Ordering A Porsche 911 p. 2: Allocations and Production

by Lawrence Romanosky on February 26, 2014

Porsche Factory 911

Faced with all the Porsche 911 variants, the myriad of colours, multiple trim levels and hundreds of options, it isn’t surprising that many prospective owners are slightly uneasy placing their order.  Of course one could make it easy on themselves by walking into the dealer and purchasing a car on the showroom floor, and this certainly makes car dealers happy, but for many the Porsche 911 is a reward that they have waiting a long time for and they want to make the most of the process and take extra pride in the vehicle that they helped create.  Understanding the manufacturer production schedules and dealer allocation can help to save a frustrating wait for your Factory-Order Porsche.

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Ordering A Porsche 911 p. 1: Which Is Best For You?

by Lawrence Romanosky on February 26, 2014

Porsche 911 Variants

No other Automobile manufacture does variants like Porsche. There have probably been 200 different 911’s over the years, saturating the spectrum between dedicated Competition Cars and luxurious Grand Touring Sports Cars. While you probably wouldn’t say there is a Porsche 911 for everybody, it is quite true that there are a wide variety of 911 variants to suit many types of drivers.

Currently, we can break down the models by:

  1. Engines: 350hp 3.4L, 400hp 3.8L, 520hp 3.8L Turbo and 560hp 3.8L Turbo S

  2. Powertrains: AWD or RWD

  3. Body Styles:  Coupe, Cabriolet and Targa

  4. Special Models: GT3, 50th Anniversary

  5. Price: From approximately $100,000 to over $250,000 [click to continue…]


Ever wish there was a destination dedicated to celebrating the automobile? Well, there just so happens to be one, and it’s been around since 1994. Appropriately named “Autostadt” (which is German for “car city”), the 6.4 km facility is located in Wolfsburg, Germany, and has served as a mecca for European auto enthusiasts. And just recently, Porsche erected its very own pavilion, located on the southeast end of the Autostadt grounds.

The pavilion was built in a mere ten months, and was executed in close cooperation with Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG and the Autostadt, Henn Architekten (architecture), HG Merz Architekten (presentation) and WES & Partner landscape architects.

Situated along the Koller axis, an important line connecting Wolfsburg’s Klieversberg and castle, the pavilion extends far over the surface of the lagoon. This location works as a new focal point for the park and lagoon landscape. The unique shape of the roof creates a protected space. In line with the Porsche tradition of lightweight construction, the spatial envelope based on a monocoque (French for “single shell”) design forms the self-supporting structural system. A stainless steel surface, combined with dynamically elegant lines, clearly alludes to Porsche automobile styling.

The pavilion interior welcomes guests with a minimalist, subtle look. Contoured edges without angular lines draw attention to the cars on display. “In the beginning, I looked around but couldn’t find the car of my dreams. So I decided to build it myself.” This quote from Ferry Porsche welcomes visitors into the display area. The “dream car,” a Porsche 356 from 1948, is the starting point for a group of 25 silver models in 1:3 scale. At the other end, guests see three current Porsche models, which are the Boxster S, 911 Carrera S , and Panamera S Hybrid.

Automotive theme park guests at the inauguration of the pavilion will encounter Porsche in other areas as well. Vintage car fans can look forward to special classic car models in the glass cases throughout the park. Younger sports car fans also have the opportunity to take their children’s driving licence test in one of two electric Porsches. Moreover, workshop participants from schools and vocational colleges will, under supervision, restore an old Porsche Super 308 tractor – a witness to Porsche’s history, when Zuffenhausen’s product range encompassed not only sports cars but tractors as well.


From the outside, the Porsche Classic house appears to be a minimal warehouse. But step inside, and Six 959s, a Carrera GT, a 550 Spyder, an Abarth 356, a Super 90, to name a few, can be found on the floor. Interestingly enough, every one of the cars in the facility were sold to consumers, driven around the world, and eventually found their way to the Stuttgart sanctuary.

Porsche Classic itself is a division of Porsche AG that manages and caters to, well, owners of classic Porsche models. It offers components to customers looking to restore their old Porsches street cars of ten years old or more, along with in-house restoration services.

And in terms of longevity statistics, just over 70 percent of all Porsche models ever built are still registered on the road — which speaks volumes in terms of value and owner care. Porsche owners from all over the world will even send their classics to the Porsche Classic house for routine maintenance, or even to be fully restored.

But if sending a Porsche to Stuggart for fixing up seems a tad steep, all Porsche dealers possess allocation to order whatever part a classic Porsche owner needs— a selection of roughly 35,000 parts. Though if sending the classic model over is an absolute must, owners can rest assured that their car will be carefully, thoroughly, and passionately touched up by workers who share the kind of devotion and affection for the brand that exceed expectations — some with over forty years of experience in the company — with specialists for just about everything imaginable when it comes to the Porsche family.

Just how thorough and intricate is the restoration process? It’s so detailed, that Porsche even revisits the old manufacturing processes and tooling used relevant  to whatever model being maintained or restored. And in doing so, the model in question actually retains its value greater than a typical, random shop job. And that alone makes Porsche Classic amazingly special.


In 1948, the first Porsche was born. It didn’t take long for it to develop a cult following, where the Porsche Club was established just four years down the road. The group consisted of of seven Porsche drivers, and was formally known as the the Westfälischer Porsche Club Hohensyburg, now known as the Porsche Club Westfalen e. V., on May 26, 1952. That same year saw the formation of a second Porsche Club with six members initially – the Porsche Club Berlin e. V. The movement took off and there are now 640 official Porsche Clubs in 75 countries with a total of approximately 181,000 members. They are all enthusiastic about the Porsche brand and are part of a unique Porsche family.

To mark the 60th anniversary of the founding, Porsche has planned something very special. In honour of the 13 founding Porsche Club members and all Porsche Club members worldwide, Porsche Community Management has teamed up with Porsche Exclusive to create an exceptional vehicle: the 911 Club Coupe. Only 12 911 Club Coupes will be made available to Club members, which will have the opportunity, through a lottery, to acquire one of the €142,831, or $175,580 USD works of art. One vehicle will remain at Porsche to honor the Porsche Club World. Lottery winners will have their name engraved on the door sill — making it extremely special.

Using the Carrera S as a base, the 911 Club Coupe features a Carrera S Powerkit providing an extra 30 horsepower, making a total 430 hp and quickening the 0-to-100-kph sprint to just 4.0 seconds. The PASM option drops the car by 20 millimeters over its 20-inch Sport Techno rims, and the Sport Design package adds a new front fascia and a tasteful ducktail spoiler out back. It will come in a Brewster Green paint with an Espresso interior, and finished with glossy script on the doors.


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