https://www.porsche.com/usa/accessories ... /motoroil/Just in time for the start of the new year, Porsche Classic is launching motoroils for water-cooled four-cylinder and eight-cylinder engines and water-cooled six-cylinder engines to complement its existing motoroil for air-cooled four- and six-cylinder flat engines. And, as ever, the Porsche Classic label means a product made with Porsche Classic ingenuity.
What thinketh the hive mind? Does Porsche know best for their own cars? The answer seems pretty obvious, until you remember that they were also the authors of the IMSB disaster, so...do they really?
Anyone tempted to drop what is probably a heavy premium (I'm too lazy to look up how much of a premium) on oil from the manufacturer specifically for our cars? I am leaning no.