Take a trip through the CarAdvice archives... People often say “don’t forget where you came from”. Although we’re focused on every new car, every last detail here at CarAdvice, we have an extensive back-catalogue of news stories, lifestyle yarns and reviews.Here’s a look at what happened on the week of August 28 in years past.27 August 2017: Porsche Cayenne leakedThe new-generation 2018 Porsche Cayenne has surfaced online, thanks to a British publication letting its story and images loose onto the interwebs a few days early.A year on since the new-generation Cayenne leaked online, we've seen the range bolstered by a plug-in hybrid variant and a flagship twin-turbo V8-powered performance hero capable of over 280km/h.Get the original story here28 August 2016: Lotus Elise 250 Special Edition revealedAnother day, another limited-edition Lotus. This one's a little extra special, though: just 50 Lotus Elise 250 Special Edition convertibles … [Read more...] about Time Machine Tuesday: August 28, 2018
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Ride-hail services Uber and Lyft offer rides that provide a little, or a lot, of extra luxury for both driver and the passenger. UberBlack and Lyft Lux are two of the most popular programs. Those hiring cars from these services want a touch more elegance than regular ride services offer. Are you interested in providing riders with swankier accommodations? The first question is whether your car qualifies for the higher-end services. Uber and Lyft are understandably picky about the cars they accept for their luxury programs. Lyft Lux, Lux Black and Lux Black XL Lyft Lux Lyft Lux vehicles are higher end than typical Lyft rides. Sedans or SUVs recommended by Lyft include the BMW X3, GMC Yukon Denali or Lexus ES, though many more luxury cars qualify for Lyft Lux. Leather or leatherlike seats are required, and they must be newer than the 2011 model year, or 2015 model year and newer of a few specific vehicles such as the Chrysler 300 or Ford Expedition. Drivers have a requirement, too, … [Read more...] about What Are UberBlack/Lyft Lux Car Requirements?
4/9/2011 12:16 est Filed to: Porsche Maintenance Tips By: Pepper Girl 8 Comments UPDATED ON APRIL 16, 2018 Will winter never end? While we avoided all of the "four easters" here in the North East (we were away in Florida for the season), many in our Porsche community weren't so lucky. In fact, just yesterday, on April 15th, it snowed. Our 911s sit in storage awaiting a bit of rain to wash the salt from to road and we can't even install summer tires on our Cayenne yet. Despite our "hardship", many of you are approaching the time of year when you're thinking about getting your Porsche ready to go back on the road. For those unfortunate souls who, for one reason or another, might need to put their Porsche away for a bit, here are our tips on preparing your Porsche for storage. porsche spring start up Now for the rest of you. I know it's an exciting time and it's hard not to just open that garage door, whip off the cover, start up your beloved Porsche and hit the road. Trust me, … [Read more...] about Porsche Spring Start up Steps
The 2019 Porsche 911 range will be headed by a 630bhp Turbo S - and the hottest model has just been spotted testing in Scandinavia.As shown by our spy pictures, the entire line-up will receive a more muscular look, featuring a raised engine cover that takes influence from the iconic design of Speedster models from yesteryear.But the Turbo and Turbo S models will remain the most aggressive, with wide rear arches and a fixed rear wing signalling their potent performance - read on for more about that.Much of their added muscle comes thanks to the next-gen 911's haunched back, which resembles that of 2011's 997 Speedster (itself a model influenced by the original 356 Speedster from 1954).The raised rear is likely a design feature rather than a technical requirement to fit a hybrid powertrain. Although the 992-generation 911 will be the first to be offered with hybrid technology, Autocar understands that this change will have no … [Read more...] about 2019 Porsche 911: new pics of 630bhp Turbo S