A Porsche 928 that Tom Cruise drove in “Risky Business” was sold at auction for a record amount.
Rumors of a modern Porsche 928 rise yet again
All you “Risky Business” fans better start saving, as word on the street is Porsche is working on a modern successor to the 928 based on the Panamera.Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Report: Porsche Pajun sedan, 928 successor in doubt
The recent sighting of a shortened Panamera test mule has sent the rumor mill into overdrive with revived talk of the Porsche Pajun, a hypothetical sedan to slot in below the Panamera. Pajun is simply a nickname for the off-rumored sedan. It’s short for “Panamera Junior,” just as...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Is Porsche’s Mission E actually a preview of a modern 928?
Late last decade, there were plenty of rumors about Porsche launching a modern 928 based on the Panamera platform. The car was to be a proper 2+2 grand tourer and mechanically identical to the Panamera to help save on costs, making it essentially a Panamera coupe. However, the rumors were quickly...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Porsche reportedly working on Panamera-based 928, Bentley sharing
Back in 2009 we brought you a preview of what a grand touring coupe based on the Porsche Panamera platform might look like, and last week reports surfaced that Porsche might be looking at sharing tech with Bentley. Today those two ideas come together in a new interview with Porsche chief Matthias...Nelson Ireson
Porsche Exec Denies Rumors Of Baby Cayenne And 928 Successor
Porsche is planning to expand its operations considerably over the next couple of years by hiring up to 2,100 new employees and opening dozens of new dealers in emerging markets such as China and Russia. However, don't expect to see any major model launches as the only car Porsche marketing exec...Siddarth Raja
eBay is notorious for the strange items that you can find up for sale, and this 1987 Porsche that was converted into a pickup is no exception. The conversion took place just two years ago and features full metal construction plus a completely new paint job. We can't say we've ever come across a Porsche with a flatbed, and after looking at these images we can understand why. Still, for the $7500 starting price, you get a Porsche V8 with 18in wheels and slightly refurbished mechanicals. Oh, and one very unique vehicle. For interested buyers, the car is available for worldwide delivery and the...