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It's been eight years since the Porsche Carrera GT debuted. It feels like an eternity. Manufacturers relish nothing more than exceeding the performance envelope of their old halo models, and with a rash of idiotically fast machines like the McLaren P1, Ferrari F70 and Porsche 918 Spyder soon headed to market, the crew from Autocar took the time to revisit the last real German supercar on a track. So, how has the Carrera GT aged?
According to Autocar, it's still worth every ludicrous cent of its asking price. Sure, there are modern examples from the 911 stable that cost less and serve up 90 percent of the performance, but the Carrera GT continues to deliver foolish thrust and precise handling nearly a decade after it was created. You can check out the video review below to see for yourself.Permalink | Email this | Comments
invade a Toyobaru track day in California. Instead of dominating the day, as it should, the driver put it into a wall. More »
great car photography. Check out his Facebook page for more cars and even a few young women hanging out in Spykers and Lamborghinis. If you're into that sort of thing. More »
Another Carrera GT, another four-year service interval. This Nürburgring denizen had logged over 13,000 miles when its owner decided to combine the typical engine-out job with full paint-correction detail. A full photographic record lets us follow along [Rennlist]. More »