When you're one of the hottest basketball players in the world right now, it's only right that you drive one of the hottest cars in the world. The Porsche GT3 RS is one of the craziest Porsches currently available, essentially being the closest thing to a race car for the street. Steph was just spotted filling his bright red one up in Oakland. We are pumped to see him pick one up, he definitely deserves it!
Flipping real-estate has often been proven to be a very lucrative business. Being a TV Personality has also proven to produce quite the cash flow. Combine the two, and you have a recipe for big success. Scott Yancey continues to do just that. Recently we showed you a Porsche GT3 that he had just picked up, only to out do himself a few months later by picking up an even more exclusive version, the Porsche GT3 RS!
Seattle Mariner pitcher, Felix Hernandez was spotted behind the wheel of his customized Porsche Cayenne Turbo in downtown Seattle. Whether it's his Cayenne, his customized Tundra or his new Rolls Royce, the King is hard to miss.
It's rusty, it doesn't run, and it has a few dents but it's up for grabs on eBay. Jenner bought the car in 1976 right after he'd signed his first deal with Adidas and the same year he won the games. Before the 914, he was driving a $175 1963 VW bug so spending $5600 on a brand new car was a big deal. My how times have changed for
Bruce Caitlyn since then....
"So I bought this brand new 914 Porsche, green in color, the only new car I’d ever bought – for $5,600. My payments were $98 and I’m thinking, how am I going to pay that?" - Bruce Jenner interview with Barbara Terry
Shout out to Eric for the tip!
We're not entirely sure if this is the world's grumpiest automotive presenter sitting in a Porsche but a Reddit user recently spotted a fairly convincing Jezza driving a Targa GTS.
The driver is certainly dressed for the part, and if the real Clarkson were to climb out, that brown jacket would almost certainly be paired with denim and a questionable pair of moccasins.
Clarkson is known for his dislike of Beetles - I mean, Porsches - but if it really was him, it would almost certainly be a press car.
Whoever's driving looks like he's either bored of the traffic and fiddling with buttons, or he's desperately looking for something amusing and of hyperbolic proportions to say about the car to annoy 911 lover and co-presenter, Hamster Hammond.
I guess we'll have to wait until the ex BBC trio appear on Amazon Prime to see if the car makes an appearance on their new format.