Leading automotive finance provider, JBR Capital, has released the first edition of a new quarterly Luxury Car Report, providing unprecedented, exclusive, in-depth insight into the UK’s pre-owned supercar and luxury car sector.
Since 1987, TechArt has provided its customers with a wide range of customisation options for Porsche sports cars. With the brand’s new GTstreet R Flyweight, limited to just nineteen units and based on the 911 Turbo S 992 (reviewed earlier)
Remember the low, clean, mean-looking Speedster that Porsche created in 2019 to usher the 991 era of 911 to a close? A 992-based limited-edition Speedster in similar vein is expected to go on show in LA in late 2023, ahead of 2024 sales.
More powerful, more dynamic and more individual. This is how TECHART describes its new power package for the 992 GTS. The exclusive customisation programme offers an increase in engine output of almost 80bhp
The second of four new limited-run Porsches to be released under the manufacturer’s Heritage Design banner, the new 992 Sport Classic takes heavy influence from the Carrera RS 2.7 and the more recent 997 Sport Classic