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Jon von Gunten

Dudes!! (Dudettes?)

You show us a pic of that studly Porsche Targa 4S, then clicking it brings up only another small pic of the same size??

Whazzattabout?

Per the Unwritten Rules of the Info Superhighway: When one clicks a pic of a psycho-car, one wants to see a honkin' (no pun intended) big, hi-rez shot one can use for one's wallpaper -- at least for a day or two. Untll one sees a screamin' shot of a new yellow monster sports bike to repalce it.

C'mon. Get with it. Deliver.

We expect greatness of you.

Dr Peter Teiman

The Targa for it's specifications is a remarkably energy-efficient vehicle and possibly a role-model for future sports cars.
Dr Peter Teiman
Switzerland

Chris

The car is equipped with a Boxer (horizontally opposed) flat 6, not a V6 and not from the Boxster.

Syed Zaeem-ud-Din

Is Targa still used to be manufacture? Because, i can't found this model in the official site of Porsche. I know this is an official model. But want to ask, if it is still in production.
other porsche wallpapers http://www.getcarwallpapers.com/vendor/Porsche

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The company has always had a close relationship with, initially, the Volkswagen(VW) marque, and later, the Volkswagen Group(which also owns AUDI AG), because the first Volkswagen Beetle was designed by Ferdinand Porsche. Initial production of the first Beetle was made with cooperation and by Daimler-Benz AG. The two companies collaborated in 1969 to make the VW-Porsche 914 and 914-6, whereby the 914-6 had a Porsche engine, and the 914 had a Volkswagen engine, in 1976 with the Porsche 912E(USA only) and the Porsche 924, which used many Audi components, and was built at Audi's Neckarsulm factory.

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