It’s Far Tougher to Get Licensed in Germany

It’s like, over there they’re taught to drive, here we’re taught to pass a test.

Read it online at Autonet.

Favourite line:

There has to be something to Germany’s methods if its drivers are travelling at twice the speed, but with a lower accident rate.

I also like how it’s more expensive, because people tend to take things more seriously when they have to pony up big bucks.

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Canada’s Most Exclusive Porsche

So exclusive that a party was thrown in its honour (same place as the Macan launch, the Magna Golf Club.)

It’s a 2015 Pfaff 50th Anniversary Turbo S Exclusive Edition

560 hp
553 lbs-ft of torque
0 – 100 km/h in 3.1 seconds

Only 5 were built, by hand.

Why? Porsche and Pfaff Automotive have been in partnership for 50 years now, and to celebrate they produced this car. It’s Canada’s first Exclusive edition, the interior is a nod to our country’s colours, and the hood’s red pin stripe is a nod to Pfaff.

New blog header.

The sun goes down so quickly these days eh, had to switch to an HDR filter to better show you the garden party covered in 911s.

I’d track this colour, but never buy it.

Congratulations on 50 years to you both!