Test Drive: 2020 Porsche 718 Cayman

Carving up our favorite canyon roads in the Los Angeles area in the automaker's second least expensive vehicle

We’ve been (temporarily) handed the keys to some remarkably exclusive and outrageous sports cars, but the truth remains: we’re most satisfied by simplicity. And nobody does simple like German automakers, especially Porsche. The brand has a very particular way of making entertainment a function of all their cars, from entry-level to ultra-luxury. Such is the case with the 2020 718 Cayman, the second least expensive …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

An ancient mystery solved, architectural advancements, photographing natural wonders, and inspiration aplenty in our look around the web

Quentin Blake’s Cheerful Rainbow E-Cards Legendary artist Sir Quentin Blake has created 10 new artworks, featuring watercolor rainbows and a cast of characters, that can each be sent as e-cards free of charge. The 86-year-old illustrator drew the pictures in order to share a little humor and bolster optimism, saying “It seems like a time when a few straightforward jokes might not come amiss, so …

Porsche Launches Classics-Compatible CarPlay Radios

Currently exclusive to Europe, Porsche’s new classics-compatible CarPlay-equipped radios are designed for cars produced from the 1960s onward. They allow those driving older vehicles by the German manufacturer the option to upgrade their sound system while keeping with the brand’s style. Each of the audio systems features streaming services, satellite radio, texting and calling, and navigation. The kits come in a 1-DIN size specifically designed for …