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Porsche The Marque

Founded, as the sportscar giants we know today, in 1948 by Professor Ferdinand Porsche. On June 8 1948 the first sports car bearing the name Porsche is unveiled – 356 Roadster. In 1951 the sporting prowess of Porsche really came to the fore with their first win at Le Mans. In 1956 the 10,000 356 left the production line, it had taken only 8 years for Porsche to become a motorcar force. 1964 sees the beginning of a new era in Porsche history, the 911 is born. More recently Porsche has seen success and recognition with the 911 Carrera 4 and Boxster ranges. Porsche has consistently produces cars of excellence and they don’t look like slowing down.

Porsche The Capability

The new Turbo is a vast improvement on older model and is far and easily one of the most exciting Supercars on the market. To be fair the new Turbo has received one of the most lauded arrivals in memory. Fast, beautiful and engineered with perfection and performance in mind the Turbo is a truly exciting car. At 189mph the top speed it is blisteringly fast and with 0-62mph coming up in a fraction under 4 seconds certainly isn’t slow! The Turbo gives a fantastic driving experience, sticking to the road like glue the car responds perfectly and can be driven right at the limits of its performance with ease. But this car is far from just exciting on the track but is a gem in the rough and tumble of the real world too! This car is so far forward of its all other Porsches that it is hard not to get truly excited about this car.

Porsche The Image

To go with the incredible new performance of this car the designers at Porsche have given it a stunning new body. Still instantly a Porsche the car boasts aggressive new air vents on the front and side with a rear spoiler that sets this car’s aggressive poise off to a tee. The interior is near perfect with driver ergonomics being considered at every turn. From the sports seats to the easy-read dashboard and leather trim the car has been finished to the highest standards. The car can perform with the very best in the world and it is certain to turn heads with them to, the Turbo is a real stunner.

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Win a Porsche 911 Turbo (997S) Performance:

  • Power: 480bhp
  • Max Speed: 189mph
  • 0-60mph: 3.7secs

Porsche 911 Turbo (997S) Specification:

  • (Available in Left or Right Hand Drive - Specification to be confirmed)


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The Bentley Continental GT marked the start into the period of complete independence at Bentley from Rolls Royce. For around 70 years the Rolls-Royce and Bentley cars had been produced side by side until the final separation of both marques to different parent companies in 2003. The Bentley Continental GT is one of the fastest genuine 4-seat car in the world - a sporting coupé pretty much without any rival... more ...
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The Porsche 997 (nine-nine-seven or nine-ninety-seven) is the project code name for the current version of the sports car Porsche 911, built by the German manufacturer Porsche since 2004. Production began in July 2004 and two variants, the Carrera and Carrera S coupés, were available immediately. The all-wheel drive Carrera 4 and Carrera 4S versions began shipping in November 2005...
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The modern Aston Martin V8 Vantage is the closest to a pure sports car of any in the current Aston Martin range. Aston Martin has previously used the "Vantage" name on high performance variants of their existing GT models, notably on the massively powerful heavyweight Virage-based supercar of the 1990s. AM Introduced all-new for the 2006 model year, the V8 Vantage was first seen at the Geneva Motor Show in 2005... more ...
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The Ferrari F430 is a high-performance sports car produced by the Italian automaker Ferrari to succeed the Ferrari 360. It debuted at the 2004 Paris Motor Show. European left-hand drive sales began in November, 2004, but right-hand drive sales did not start until Spring 2005, and the United States did not get the F430 until Summer 2005... more ...
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The Lamborghini Gallardo is the Italian supercar maker Lamborghini's "entry-level" car, sitting beneath the Murciélago. It is also the first car to feature the new Lamborghini V10 engine - only the third engine designed by the firm. 3,000 Gallardos were built in just two years, making it the company's most-produced model to date. The second-place Diablo took a decade to sell 2,903 units... more ...
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The Bentley Continental GT marked the start into the period of complete independence at Bentley from Rolls Royce. For around 70 years the Rolls-Royce and Bentley cars had been produced side by side until the final separation of both marques to different parent companies from 2003. The Bentley Continental GT is one of the fastest genuine 4-seat car in the world - a sporting coupé pretty much without any rival... more ...
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