Porsche 911 Targa Gets a Big Update

Porsche 911 Targa Gets a Big Update

You might think of the Porsche 911 Targa as the original hardtop convertible. First introduced back in 1967 and drawing inspiration from the German automaker’s motorsports program, it’s been an essential part of the automaker’s line-up ever since. And now, it’s making...
Porsche Extended Warranty Explained

Porsche Extended Warranty Explained

Please note that The Detroit Bureau and its partners may be compensated if you purchase the recommended services. Repair costs are an undeniable part of car ownership. If the thought of shelling out more than a thousand dollars every year on your Porsche repairs alone...
Empty Roads Mean Faster Speeds

Empty Roads Mean Faster Speeds

For those living in the little town of Pleasant Ridge, Michigan, the silver lining of the state’s pandemic shelter-in-place order was a sharp drop in traffic along both I-696 and eight-lane Woodward Ave., traditionally busy thoroughfares that slice through the city....
Porsche Parades Out Next-Generation 911 Turbo S

Porsche Parades Out Next-Generation 911 Turbo S

Porsche fans have two new options when it comes to the German sports car maker’s latest 911 Turbo S: roof or no roof. The company just introduced its two new 911 models: Turbo S Coupe and Cabriolet for the Geneva Motor Show. Although the event was cancelled, that...
What’s Coming to the 2020 Geneva Motor Show

What’s Coming to the 2020 Geneva Motor Show

With spring fast approaching, that can only mean one thing for auto show fans: next week marks the start of the annual Geneva Motor Show. The annual event is one of the automotive world’s most significant events, partly due to traditional Swiss neutrality encouraging...