The Ferrari GTC4Lusso delivers the goods in more ways than one, especially in nat-asp V12 guise
Time to review the Mercedes-AMG GT R again?
Last two non-RS 997 GT models send-off Porsche’s venerable Mezger engine with a big, big bang
246 GT plays ‘Beauty’ to the F48’s ‘Beast’, and like the Disney cartoon, we all enjoy a happy ending after a good shakedown
Opening Location: National Museum of Singapore
Yellow Fever (991.2 C2S)
More than 50 years separate the cheeky yellow 991.2 Carrera S from the oldest in this company, the 356 C, but you’d be surprised at how the more things seem to change, the more they stay the same. Its plump, pumped-up body makes it look like a giant in this company, and certainly demonstrates how big cars have become over the past half century.
Grey Matter (911 E)
In the beginning, there was just ‘911’, but even this almost didn’t happen! The ‘911’ (Porsche originally called it the ‘901’ till Peugeot vetoed the name in 1964, so ‘911’ it was) arose from the ashes of the 356, and the internal target was the 356 Carrera 2’s performance with the refinement of the regular 356.
Porsche’s 356 C, 911 E and 991.2 show how the more things change, the more they stay the same
The ‘Heritage Collection Singapore Edition I’ blends the nostalgia of iconic E36 M3 colours with the Competition Package’s fast and furious performance
Ferrari sets our senses tingling with the 488 Spider