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The capsule collection is now available at Rustan's Shangri-La.
This time last year, Hugo Boss announced a collaboration with Porsche centered around the two companies' involvement in Formula E racing. At long last, the capsule collection has finally hit the Philippines.Inspired by Porsche's sports cars, Boss created a collection that fuses what the ...
 
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We take the crossover SUV for a weekend spin.
Many people raised their eyebrows when Porsche introduced the Cayenne in 2003. A company known for fast, flashy sports cars like the iconic 911 suddenly making hulking SUVs? Sacrilege! But Porsche ended up having the last laugh. The Cayenne, along with its slightly ...
 
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We take the Porsche Macan Sport out for a drive to the City of Pines and back.
Of all the vehicles in Porsche’ lineup, the Macan officially became the brand's most successful by volume last year after it outsold all other models, including its bigger sibling, the Cayenne. PGA Cars, which distributes the brand in the Philippines, recently updated the ...
 
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If car heaven was on earth, the new PGA Cars showroom would be it.
For people who go shopping for cars like they do for clothes or gadgets, here’s some good news. Four of the world’s most coveted car brands are now housed under one roof in Bonifacio Global City (BGC), Taguig. PGA Cars Inc has ...
 
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A weekend drive to the laid-back surfing town onboard Porsche’s flagship SUV.
Porsche’s tagline for the Cayenne, its midsize crossover SUV, is “sports car together,” and that tells you all you need to know. When the Stuttgart-based carmaker unveiled it in 2002, the idea was to translate all the things that made a Porsche ...
 
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We speak to the man behind the new Porsche 911
‘Evolution not revolution’ is a phrase so well-used in the business of car design that it can now trigger automatic eye roll. There is one model though in which it still feels totally appropriate.“In its overall concept the 911 has always stayed true to ...
 
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Here are some of the most significant models in automotive history.
From the lines to the sound and all the history, there’s really nothing like a classic car. To present some of the world’s most important, iconic classic cars we went through decades of automotive history.Below, our list of ten classic, collectible cars.It’s hard ...
 
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These fabulous rides give a whole new meaning to the mommy mobile.
When this mom's city home has a mini farm in the backyard and her daughter, aptly named Amaranth, eats only organic, fair-trade food, of course her practical mode of transport is at least hybrid. The Prius is the guilt-free vehicle of the ...
 
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A visit to the Porsche museum and factory in Germany reveals the iconic brand's rich history and craftsmanship.
Ferdinand Porsche was 23 years old when he built his first car in 1898. Granted, it wasn’t so much a car as it was a carriage, but it had an electric motor and produced a then-remarkable three horsepower at 350 rpm. Top ...
 
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Finally, something good from the age-old adidas-Porsche collaboration.
If you can appreciate the sleek design and impeccable comfort levels of the adidas Ultra Boost, but are fed up with seeing every teenager and his younger brother wearing them out to the mall, this one’s for you. In what is perhaps ...
 
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Town&Country takes a spin around Langkawi Island, Malaysia, for the ultimate Porsche Owners Club experience.
Langkawi’s main road runs a circular route around the island and it’s not a dull one. It takes you uphill, through blind corners, and steep foggy turns. It is nearly deserted if not for a few motorcycles and the occasional appearance of ...
 
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It’s like Porsche somehow knew that turbocharging would catch on in the coming times.
Since 1975, the Porsche 911 has had two schools of thought—it was either naturally aspirated, or turbocharged. The Turbo was a difficult beast to tame, with so much lag to handle before the boost kicked in (and it usually happened while you were ...
 
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Two of Porsche’s classic models are back to reprise one of the German brand’s greatest legacies.
They’re finally here. Last week, PGA Cars formally launched the new 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman at Whitespace, Makati. On display at the event was a pair of them: the convertible Boxster in Lava Orange and the Cayman in Miami Blue. “It’s seven-eighteen,” ...
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