Porsche Showroom


German brand Porsche may be best known for the iconic 911 sports car, but it has grown a range of other luxury performance cars, including the smaller 718 two-door, Panamera flagship sedan, Taycan electric sedan, and two SUVs, the Macan and Cayenne. It operates 14 Porsche Centres across Australia.

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$ 134,000 - $ 336,800* MRLP


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$ 279,300 - $ 560,900* MRLP


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2023 Porsche 911 GT3 RS review: Australian first drive
Launch Review | 2 Oct 2023


The all-new Porsche 911 GT3 RS is the most potent, unfiltered 911 yet. A Le Mans-inspired weapon for the road.
2024 Porsche 718 Spyder RS launch review: International first drive
Review | 8 Aug 2023


Porsche has saved the best for last, the 718 Spyder RS a fitting farewell to the open-top, mid-engine formula.
2023 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS Cabriolet review
Review | 21 Jun 2023


From sunny summer days, to sudden winter downpours, the 911 Carrera 4 GTS has what it takes to make every drive memorable.

2024 Porsche Cayenne video review: International first drivePlayIconRounded
Launch Review | 16 May 2023


It's one of Porsche's best-selling models, and the Cayenne has now received its first major update, which goes more than skin deep.
2022-2023 Porsche Taycan electric car recalled due to fire risk
news | 15 Oct 2023
The high-performance Porsche Taycan electric car is being recalled in Australia because the batteries could catch fire due to a manufacturing fault. 
Petrol Porsche 718 Boxster, Cayman to live on alongside electric successor
news | 10 Oct 2023
The petrol 2025 Porsche 718 Boxster and Cayman will be sold alongside the electric version, according to the company's top engineer.
Porsche-backed start-up creates artificial intelligence tool for mechanics – report
news | 9 Oct 2023
A start-up with backing from Porsche says it is working on an artificial intelligence platform which will help mechanics diagnose and repair.

Porsche invents new way to stop ‘supercar scalpers'
news | 3 Oct 2023
Porsche has come up with an unorthodox plan to stop buyers from on-selling limited-edition models for a quick dollar soon after they take delivery.

Porsche Videos

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I drove a Porsche Taycan across the Australian Outback with Mark WebberPlayIconRounded
Features | 19 Sep 2023
Porsche brings their exceptional Taycan Cross Turismo electric car to the great Australian Outback.
A brief history of electric cars: The Early Years
Features | 9 Sep 2023
In celebration of World EV Day on 9 September, we take a look back at the history of electric cars. First up, the early years.
The true story behind Porsche's ultra-rare barn find | CarAdvice Flashback
Features | 27 Aug 2023
Just 82 examples of the Porsche 901 were built in 1964 before Peugeot intervened and changed the course of Porsche history.

Creme de la Kremer: the story of the wildest Porsche Turbo ever to wear number plates
Features | 13 Aug 2023
Back in 1985, if you wanted to add more turbo to your Turbo, a German race team had the answer, and it was all available direct from the showroom...
2022 Porsche Cayenne: owner review
Owner Review | 3 Sep 2023
2023 Porsche 911 Carrera GTS: owner review
Owner Review | 6 Aug 2023
2021 Porsche Cayman GTS: owner review
Owner Review | 4 Nov 2022
I've always loved sports cars: proper driving machines. Thrilling. Gorgeous. Raucous.

2020 Porsche 718 Cayman: owner review
Owner Review | 8 Jun 2021
After dreaming about Porsche ownership for over 40 years, it has finally happened. Previous to the Cayman, I decided to try what was on offer from Europe, in the form of a Golf R Mk7.5 and then a 2018 Audi RS3. Both cars impressed me with their build quality and performance, but the Cayman really shines in the handling and overall quality built into the car. Previous to the European experiment, I had a succession of Holdens, sedans and then Ute's, all of which were good, reliable transport. Being a base Cayman 718, it is the entry level car of the 718 Model, and this particular car was a Dealer floor stock car, so it was not heavily optioned, which made the drive away cost slightly less eye watering than if I had ordered on with multiple options. Performance is comparable to the Golf R in a straight line, but where it really shines is in the way it handles. Weighing in at 1365kg, it is quite a bit lighter than both the Golf and the RS3, and the power /torque is similar to the Golf and about 100HP less than the RS3, so it really has go cart like handling and feels very nimble and I certainly don't feel like I'm missing out on the performance front. Around Town it drinks 98RON at about 9.5l/100k and easily returns 7.5/100k or better on a trip, depending on how you drive it. Creature comforts are good, with the best seats I have ever sat in ( 14 way adjustable option ) and great aircon. Storage is adequate in the Cabin, but having both a font and rear " boot " it can swallow up and amazing amount of bags...but of the soft variety to make best use of the available space. It is not a large car, so is very easy to wash and keep looking good. Fit and finish are excellent, with no rattles or squeaks after 6 months of ownership. The car was optioned up by the Dealer with a 20 inch wheel option, the 14 way electric seats, the GT steering wheel, smokers package ( only to get you an extra 12V socket ) and sundry other small options, but that still pushed the driveaway cost up to an attention getting cost north of $140K. Porsche option prices are legendary, and you can easily option your way right into the next model Cayman S territory by ticking boxes. The drivers seating position is near perfect, but it is a long way down...if you have a bad back , or are carrying a few extra kilos, best try one on for size before committing ! Negatives....the cost, but it is what it is, and the tyre roar on the 20 inch wheels/tyre combo on coarse chip bitumen roads. That's about all I have on my " Cons " list so far. Was it worth the 40 plus year wait and the cost...Yep.
* 'MRLP' is the manufacturer’s recommended list price as provided by our data provider and is subject to change, so is provided to you for indicative purposes only. Please note that MRLP is inclusive of GST, but is exclusive of any options and does not include on-road costs such as registration, CTP, stamp duty and dealer delivery. Where an MRLP is stated as a price range, this reflects the lowest to highest MRLP provided for that model range across the available variants.
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