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Champion Porsche | Cars & Brunch | Saturday, May 16


Come and enjoy a nice afternoon brunch along with the presence of some amazing automobiles.

Event is open to all high end makes and models.

Private collection of historic race cars will be on display.

Food trucks will be on premises, compliments of Champion Porsche.

RAIN or SHINE the event will go on.

Champion Porsche
500 West Copans Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33064

(954) 946-4020

Tubi Style Exhaust Systems | Porsche Cayenne Turbo 2014+


Apple Watch To Communicate With Porsche Vehicles


Porsche has been added to Apple’s list of automakers to support their infotainment system, CarPlay. Now, more news is coming up noting that the German luxury sports carmaker is a huge Apple fan. Apparently those who own a Porsche and pre-ordered the Apple Watch will be able to use their wearable device as a remote control when paired with the vehicle.

A new update has been added to the Porsche Car Connect service where owners will be able to locate their vehicle, lock it, receive safety notifications, vehicle status and also control the car’s heater. As of right now, Porsche is the first company to incorporate Apple Watch with cars. If you visit WatchAware, you will understand more on how the smartwatch will work with the vehicle. According to the website,

Starting from model year 2014, Porsche Car Connect brings you the ability to remotely access your Porsche from your iPhone. This requires that your Porsche is equipped with a Porsche Car Connect unit. Depending on your country, your model and the options installed, you will be able to remotely locate the position of your Porsche, fold exterior mirrors, set timers for charging, read the tire pressure or set a geo and speed fence. And as of April 2015, Porsche Car Connect is Apple Watch-ready, offering even more convenient remote display and control of your Porsche. Features include: safety notifications, journey statistics, vehicle status, and a vehicle locator.
If you always forget where you parked your car, you will be able to locate it in no time with the Apple Watch. It was noted however, that the only Apple Watch compatible Porsche models are the Cayenne, 918 Spyder, Panamera, or Macan built 2014 or later and has Porsche Car Connect installed. Do you have a Porsche but didn’t order the Apple Watch yet? Maybe you should as it seems like there are many benefits to having the device work with your car. But then again, that’s just our two cents.

Source: WatchAware

Porsche GT3RS Geneva Motorshow

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Porsche 911 GT3 RS: the Ultimate 911 for High-Performance Drivers

Atlanta. The new Porsche 911 GT3 RS breaks down the barrier between road-going sports cars and race cars. It is equipped with the maximum amount of motorsport technology that is currently possible in a street-legal 911 suitable for everyday driving. Extensive modifications to its drivetrain, aerodynamics, and lightweight design take performance to an even higher level than the 911 GT3. With a Nuerburgring Nordschleife lap time of seven minutes and 20 seconds, the new 911 GT3 RS surpasses the 911 GT3 by five seconds, making it the fastest current generation 911 on the famous German racetrack. The 911 GT3 RS is celebrating its world premiere at the 2015 Geneva International Motor Show.




Source: Autoblog

Porsche Cayman GT4

10974359_10152645846052197_7248455813612240052_oWith 385hp 3.8L engine and manual transmission, this amazing machine is sure to be a crowd pleaser. The GT sports cars engineered by Porsche embody the most passionate connection possible between everyday driving and Porsche’s competition heritage and highlight the sporty core of the brand: Intelligent Performance.



48 Hours At Sebring Champion Safety Cars




Cavallino XXIV 2015

Its that time of year again we look forward to seeing you at this years Cavallino Classic XXIV

January 21-23 at Palm Beach International Raceway
January 24 at The Breakers Palm Beach

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Martini Racing 918 Spyder @ Champion Porsche

A few photographs of The Martini Racing 918 Spyder alongside our 911 Turbo w/ the Martini Racing graphics from Porsche’s Tequipment Motorsport collection.




Not just a dealership, but a destination. Champion Porsche.

Motor Trend Compares The GT3 vs Z28

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Martini Racing Inspired Porsche 991

On Display Now At Champion Porsche.

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Champion Racing For The Holidays


For the holidays this year take home a piece of champion racing history! It’s a great addition to any racing fan or enthusiasts collection. Available Now online at

Champion Motorsport Facility Walk Thru

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If you’ve never had the opportunity to visit our facility here in Pompano Beach, Fl here is a short walk thru and look at the inner workings here at Champion Motorsport!

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Art Basel 2014 Daniela Wicki


If you happen to be in town for this years Art Basel 2014 In Miami stop by and see Daniela Wicki’s Art Car display over at the Loews Hotel in Miami Beach this weekend!

Porsche Panamera Exclusive


Driving a Porsche should feel like a privileged experience. But if you need one with extra space in the back, and have been turned off by the success of the Panamera that has made it ubiquitous, you may be intrigued by Porsche’s latest reveal.

Set to debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show, the new Panamera Exclusive Series stands out with some unique touches. It’s based on the top-of-the-line Panamera Turbo S Executive, which tells you it comes with the 4.8-liter twin-turbo V8 in top 570-horsepower spec, but also with the extended wheelbase that provides for extra space in the otherwise crowded rear seat. And that’s not all.

Porsche Exclusive has also given this special-edition Panamera a unique two-tone black and brown paintjob, a set of 20-inch Sport Classic wheels painted black, and an interior done up in Nappa leather – two-tone black and brown to compliment the exterior – with dark walnut and piano black trim and a pair of 10.1-inch rear-seat touchscreens.

Porsche will only offer 100 examples worldwide, each individually numbered and equipped with a set of fitted Poltrona Frau leather luggage – all yours for $263,900 (plus $995 destination). That makes it over $63k more than the base price on the Panamera Turbo S Executive that was already the most expensive model Porsche offers this side of the 918 Spyder (pipping even the 911 Turbo S Cabrio) and also one of the most expensive four-doors on the market.

Source: Auto Blog | Porsche

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2015 Porsche 911 GTS


Porsche is sticking to a well-proven recipe with the GTS versions of its current 911. As before, the brand claims that the GTS models “close the gap” between the Carrera S and the delectable GT3. But in fact, the new variant is positioned much closer to the S versions, which its flat-six eclipses by 30 horsepower. Available as a coupe and a cabriolet and with both rear- and all-wheel drive, there is a GTS for almost everyone in the lineup, provided they can pay the price of entry—which is significantly higher than the S models before you start accounting for options. The GTS is significantly better equipped than the S; it starts at $115,195 for the rear-drive coupe and rises to $133,795 for the all-wheel-drive 4 GTS cabriolet.

In addition to the extra power, GTS cars also get the Sport Chrono package, which sharpens the 911’s responses at the push of a button; PASM active suspension, which can drop the car by 0.4 inch; a dynamic light system with bixenon headlamps; and an interior swathed in faux suede and leather.

The extra punch of the 430-hp engine pushes the 911 Carrera GTS coupe up to 190 mph in rear-wheel-drive/manual-transmission configuration, 2 mph higher than the 400-hp Carrera S. (The other configurations all reach at least 186 mph.) Acceleration figures improve slightly, with Porsche claiming that coupes hit 60 in 4.2 seconds with the seven-speed stick and 3.8 with the seven-speed dual-clutch PDK automatic; cabriolets should turn in 4.4- and 4.0-second time slips. Our tests of the various Carrera models indicate those estimates should be accurate within a tenth or so either way. Folks not lucky enough to be inside will at least be treated to the extra-aggressive soundtrack of the standard sport exhaust system.

Source: Car and Driver | Porsche

2015 Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid | Paris Motor Show


Which automaker offers the greatest variety of plug-in hybrids? Nope, it’s not Toyota. Not GM either. It’s not Ford, not Honda and not BMW. Believe it or not, it’s Porsche. And this is its latest, presented at the Paris Motor Show.

The new Cayenne S E-Hybrid joins the Panamera S E-Hybrid and the 918 Spyder in Porsche’s growing hybrid lineup that will, at this rate, probably bring in gasoline-electric versions of the 911, Boxster, Cayman and Macan too. It’s based on the recently updated Cayenne, but stands out from the rest thanks to the combination of its supercharged 3.0-liter V6, eight-speed automatic transmission, 95-horsepower electric motor and lithium-ion battery pack.

– Porsche | Autoblog

2015 Porsche S E-Hybrid


The 2015 Porsche Cayenne S E Hybrid will be an all-new model, one that adds a plug – and the required associated technological bits – to the currently available Cayenne S Hybrid. The most important of those bits is a 10.8-kWh lithium-ion battery, but Porsche’s Calvin Kim told AutoblogGreen that the SUV’s electric-only range is still pending certification, but Hybrid Cars says that Porsche is estimating it’ll be somewhere between 11 and 22 miles, “depending on the style of driving and route topography.”

Other than the new battery, the electric motor has been upgraded to a 95 horsepower/70 kW unit (up from the 47-hp/34 kW motor in the Cayenne hybrid without a plug). The overall powertrain now puts out a total of 416 hp and can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 5.4 seconds. Alongside the electric parts, there’s a 3.0-liter supercharged V6 engine and an 8-speed automatic transmission. The SUV will go on sale in the US on November 1, 2014 with a starting MSRP of $76,400, plus a destination charge of $995.

Porsche is also proudly saying, once again, that it will be the world’s only automaker offering three plug-in hybrid models, once the Cayenne S E-Hybrid hits the market. The others are the Panamera S E-Hybrid and the 918 Spyder. How long will this reign at the top last?

Source: Porsche | Autoblog

2015 Porsche Cayenne S


All 2015 Cayennes get subtly reworked front and rear ends, with a wider looking nose and bladed intakes feeding intercoolers, while reworked headlamps and taillights emphasize a family resemblance to the Macan. New suspension bushings and bearings combined with reworked shock internals provide sharper handling and a greater range of damping adjustability, while the standard equipment list gets a much needed boost, so to speak, with features like auto stop/start and bi-Xenon headlights. New options include rear seat air vents and smart cruise control, among others. But apart from the S E-Hybrid’s new plug-in configuration and its lithium-ion battery, the most notable change in the lineup is the Cayenne S’s jettisoning of the V8.

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On paper, the Cayenne S’ new turbo V6 beats the V8 by a kilometer. The engine, sourced from the Macan Turbo, has been coaxed to produce 420 horsepower (20 more than the previous-gen S) and 406 pound-feet of torque – twist that’s identical to the torque-tastic Cayenne Diesel. Even better, the latter’s plateau starts 500 rpm earlier than the glow plug-equipped model, at a loping 1,350 rpm. Compared to its predecessor, specific output climbs 40 percent to 117 hp/liter, and 0 to 62 mph comes 0.4 seconds quicker, arriving in as little as 5.1 seconds with the optional Sport Chrono package (5.2 seconds without). Oh, and the new powerplant is also more fuel-efficient.

What does the right brain (seat of the pants) make of the Cayenne S’ left brain (spec sheet) upgrades? Upon sliding into the Cayenne’s snug driver’s seat, you’re met with a new, 918 Spyder-derived steering wheel and Porsche’s big, familiar, in-your-face analog tachometer. Flanking the tach are two smaller gauges on either side. In other cabin news, the array of buttons along the center stack and overhead cluster offer something of a jarring contrast against the Nordically sparse periphery, while the “Oh $#!+!” grab handles astride the transmission tunnel offer a not-so-subtle hint at the Cayenne’s capacity for torso-tossing G-forces.

Source: Full Story On Autoblog