By Tina Arceo-Dumlao
Sales of Porsche vehicles are zooming again in the Middle East on the back of renewed economic activity in the oil-producing region, and that means increased demand for certified mechanics with the competence to work on the multimillion-peso mean machines.
By Charles E. Buban
History repeats itself. In 2009, Porsche stunned visitors of the Shanghai Auto Show when it first unveiled the Panamera, a new and intriguing alternative to traditional high-end luxury and full-size cars.
It was that time of the year when Manila’s social elites came together to relax, enjoyed a good polo match and experienced up close the best offering of Porsche Philippines—all in one day.
Ask any motoring enthusiast what his ultimate dream car is, and you’ll likely hear the names of the following brands: Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Audi, BMW M and Mercedes-Benz AMG.
At the Fuji International Speedway in Japan, works drivers Marc Lieb (Germany) and Richard Lietz (Austria) won the fiercely-contested GT class at round seven of the new long distance world championship against Ferrari and Aston Martin.
By Tina Arceo-Dumlao
With Europe and the United States failing to show any definite sign that they will soon recover from their debilitating economic slump, investors’ focus has shifted to Asia, making it the fastest-growing region in the world today.
By Aida Sevilla Mendoza
Mention Porsche, and sports cars immediately come to mind. Not only fast, beautiful, luxurious sports cars, but also their lofty prices since Porsche is one of the best and most prestigious automotive brands in the world. That’s why for us peasants, owning a Porsche is an impossible dream—unless you or I suddenly win the lotto or rob a bank.
By Tessa R. Salazar
It was a perfect Wednesday morning for flying hot air balloons—with just the right amount of wind, clouds and sun—at the former Clark Airbase in Pampanga. But my gaze was not aimed up. It was directly aimed at 22 jaw-dropping Porsches shipped in straight from Germany and parked at the Clark International Speedway.
By Alvin Uy
It was a busy year for PGA, the country’s distributor for Audi and Porsche cars and it will be busier next year as PGA recently got the distributorship to Lamborghini as well. Audi’s sales went up by 9 percent this year as PGA introduced the flagship A8L model as well as the A6 and very sexy A7 sedans and the high performance RS5 model.
By Botchi Santos
FRANKFURT—The Porsche Panamera was the first modern Gran Turismo to be able to combine the luxury of a limousine with the performance of a sports car. Even the most ardent of purists cannot contest the performance the Panamera offered, more so in the Turbo variant. Not to rest on its laurels, Porsche has unveiled two [...]