Best Gift Ideas for the Porsche Lover

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Do you have a Porsche owner or enthusiast in your life? Have that one friend or uncle who just can’t stop talking Porsches at family gatherings even though they don’t own one? Well, if you’re looking for a gift idea to make their birthday or holiday season this year, you’ve come to the right place.

You see, every year we receive email after email asking for our ideas. Sometimes the request comes from a loved one of a Porsche enthusiast and sometimes it’s from the enthusiast themselves who needs to give a list to their family. It doesn’t matter which category you fall into, we have you covered.

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The following Porsche gift list is by no means exhaustive, but we do try to find the most popular, interesting, and unique Porsche-related gifts available across a wide range of budgets. We’ll do our best to keep this list updated regularly and anytime we see or buy a Porsche-related product we love, we’ll be sure to share it.

Take a look through our list of the best Porsche gift ideas and don’t be at all embarrassed if you buy yourself something, we weren’t!

1. Steve McQueen In Le Mans: Art Graphic Novel

Masterfully crafted by Sandro Garbo and the team at Garbo Studio, Steve McQueen in Le Mans fuses a blistering graphic novel with a bold and vivid tribute to McQueen himself, a man who gave new hope and meaning to car enthusiasts around the world. Inspired by 1971͛s iconic Le Mans͛ movie, which overcame its initial box office struggle to find true cult status, Garbo’s creation pays homage to the movie, its race, the cars that fired on all cylinders and the man who made it all possible.

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2. Porsche Flat-Six Boxer Engine Model Kit

working scale model porsche boxer engineWant to build your own superbly detailed Porsche 911 engine? This 1:4 scale model kits includes a complete, motorized rotating assembly with illuminated ignition complete with exhaust sounds and a beautifully-illustrated companion book made in cooperation with the Porsche Museum in Germany (providing instructions on assembly and history on the production and racing variants of the famous “Mezger” engine with historical photos, drawings, and posters from the Porsche archives).

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3. LEGO Technic Porsche 911 RSR

lego technic porsche 911 rsr

If you know someone who loves Porsches and LEGOs, you’re in luck. There are a few Porsche LEGO sets available, but this is one by far our favorite. It’s a very detailed LEGO Technic creation, featuring 1,580 pieces and once built, it measures over 5″ high, 19″ long, and 7″ wide. If you’re looking for something more affordable, check out our list of the best LEGO Porsche sets.

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4. BEZGAR Porsche Remote Control Car

bezgar porsche remote control car

Need a gift idea for a younger Porsche enthusiast in your life? If they’re not old enough to drive a Porsche, this might be the next best thing. And even if they are old enough, you might be surprised how much joy a remote control car can bring to an adult. This is an officially licensed Porsche 911 GT3 RS remote control car, 1:24 scale. While the remote functions are a bit basic compared to more expensive R/C cars, its price makes it a great gift idea.

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5. Forza 7 Motorsport

Let’s face it, the closest most of us will ever come to driving the new Porsche GT2 RS is while day dreaming away at our next Cars & Coffee event or digitally in games like Forza Motorsport 7. That’s why you should get yourself a copy (and an Xbox console if needed).

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6. A Smartphone Mount

iottie easy one touch 5A few of our Porsches are newer and included navigation. However, the modules are getting old and with all the construction here in the North East I’m relying more and more on my smartphone to do the heavy lifting vs. the built in nav. The same holds true for our air-cooled cars that don’t have navigation. The issue we always run into is where to best put our phone so as not to block any of our instruments and not distract us while driving. For that reason, I’m not a huge fan of the mounts that clip into the CD player. I also don’t like clipping anything to my vents or using a suction cup on my dash (I’ve found they leave marks and if you’re not paying attention and accidentally whack one too hard you could even break your vent). That’s why I like mounts that have the option to mount to the glass of your windshield. It not only gives you the best positioning options, but any marks left behind can easily be wiped clean. After lots of trial and error, the mount that works best for us is the iOttie Easy One Touch.

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7. Porsche 70 Years: There Is No Substitute

Having just reviewed Randy Leffingwell’s most recent Porsche book, we can confidently say this belongs in your library. Either as a gift for yourself or for a loved one, at under $40.00 you can’t go wrong. With 256 pages of book, complete with 200 full color photographs and 50 additional black and white images, at nearly 5 lbs this book weighs almost as much as the coffee table you’ll put it on. there is a whole lot of bang for the buck in this one.

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8. 15% Off Casual Driving Shoes by Hunziker*


The Casual Driving Shoes by Hunziker™ have made their long awaited return last year. Even better, Hunziker is is offering readers a 15% discount!

New this time around are the Steve McQueen models: The “1969” which takes its styling cues from Steve McQueen’s personal slate grey 1969 Porsche 911S. The “Mini” is fashioned after Steve McQueen’s two-tone brown Mini Cooper. The “Sebring” is an homage to Steve McQueen’s driving suit. All three models are Steve McQueen™ Official Licensed Merchandise.

Hunziker™ also teamed up with Chad McQueen to create the “Track Day” McQueen Racing shoe. It features brushed black suede with subtle 3-D checkered flag leather inserts and is finished with McQueen Racing blue accents.

Due to popular demand, the Gulf Racing “Heritage” model, the British Racing Green shoes and the iconic 917 Longtail in Martini Racing colors are making a comeback.

To take advantage of the 15% discount you must order your Hunziker Shoes direct from Hunziker. Use promo code: “flatsixes” at checkout.

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*While Hunziker, Porsche Design and Driver’s Selection are all sponsors of our site, that doesn’t change the fact that we wouldn’t suggest their product if it wasn’t something we already owned, tried ourselves or genuinely felt belonged on this list.

Recent Updates:

  • Updated 11/29/2022 (3:07 p.m. EDT): Removed our K40 radar detector recommendation due to availability.
  • Updated 06/28/22 (12:38 p.m. EDT): Updated our link for the Franzis Porsche 911 Boxer Engine Model Kit to a product that’s in stock; added our favorite LEGO Porsche set to the list; added a Porsche remote control car to our list.
  • Updated 06/27/22 (3:42 p.m. EDT): Updated our smartphone mount recommendation with the latest model; updated the Xbox One X link to an Xbox Series X link; removed an outdated Porsche rucksack recommendation; removed an outdated Porsche 911 speaker recommendation; removed an outdated FlatSixes mug recommendation; updated our link to the list of the best Porsche books.

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