It can do 0-60 mph in 3.1 seconds
It will go up for sale in the U.S. for the first time in more than two decades.
The battery-alternative charges quickly and does more than add horsepower.
The 2020 Taycan is finally official.
The run went down on a German test track.
An F1 trainer explains how athletes survive the heat, stress, and g-forces during a race.
Regenerative braking provides extra speed in racing, but more range on the street.
Aluminum couldn't hack it in this 1,500 horsepower monster.
The project would have caused serious gridlock if it dragged on too long.
We tested out this Transformer-like car in an Italian quarry and an airport.
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