Porsche debuts InnoDrive: Smart, Adaptive Cruise Control

September 8th, 2017 by

Porsche’s InnoDrive advanced cruise control system uses location information to prepare the car for turns, changes in the speed limit, and optimal areas for electric-only propulsion. Panamera and Cayenne to offer the next-gen system. Adaptive cruise control is one of those foundational technologies that will become increasingly more sophisticated until it eventually merges with other…

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The Digital Revolution: Opportunity, Not Threat

July 11th, 2017 by
Digital Revolution

The automotive industry sometimes appears to be shaking in its shoes as it contemplates a future threatened by new technology. The old idea of simply making the best cars and selling them for the best profit has gone out the window as connectivity, electrification and the possibility of computer driven vehicles opens up opportunities for…

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Button-free Porsche Advanced Cockpit preview

May 31st, 2017 by
Button-free Porsche

There are lots of good reasons to love the Porsche Panamera, including a new approach to eliminating button blindness: the Porsche Advanced Cockpit. (If you’re familiar with aircraft, you’ll recognize it as a “glass cockpit”). All analogue instruments except the centrally mounted tachometer have been done away with, and instead there’s a 7in display mounted…

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Your Porsche Will Soon Find Its Own Parking Spot

April 26th, 2017 by

Porsche is taking its cars beyond their traditional strengths of power and handling and adding technological innovations parking-spot finding and real-time traffic and weather updates. ccording to spokespeople, the objective is such digital services to provide no less than 10% of yearly income. That implies that a $89,400 Porsche 911 would produce at least $9,000…

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