We already knew Lego’s new Porsche 911 GT3 RS Technics set weighed in at a whopping 2,704 pieces, and measures over half a metre in length. But the complex build takes so long that even an accelerated timelapse video of it being assembled is still over 25 minutes. See more >>
At first glance, the last thing you’d assume was that Magnus Walker was a prolific Porsche collector and enthusiast. But maybe that’s why he was the perfect choice to help Hot Wheels customize its new collection of classic 1:64-scale Porsches. Read more >>
The long-running Blackberry/Porsche hookup has just pumped another device onto the BB10 landfill, with the release of the catchily-named P'9983, which is like a regular BlackBerry, but with a Porsche logo and slightly more angles.
Happy people are always celebrating. Your laptop battery is charged! You actually put on pants today! But everyone really needs to find cause to keep a classy bottle icy now that Porsche has unleashed this bottle cooler on the universe.
When was the last time you cared about a piece of BlackBerry hardware? 2003? Never? Your last malarial fever dream? Maybe today, at the sight of Porsche's limited edition, £1,250 P9981. It's kinda nice looking! And stupidly, prohibitively expensive.