As the sportscar of the compact SUV segment, the Macan has been setting standards in terms of driving dynamics since it first made its debut. Now, Porsche is upping the ante once again.
Nestled in a quiet corner of Southeast Asia, Siem Reap in Cambodia offers a fascinating insight into a rich history filled with many stories, as an off-road trip into the countryside with Porsche reveals.
After seven years, the last Panamera model of the first generation has rolled off the production line at the Porsche plant in Leipzig, Germany. Between April 2009 and August 2016, the company produced a total of 164,503 units of the Gran Turismo.
This family is all about packaging. The father launched a breakthrough with the “Robopac” back in 1984. And now the daughter and son have been taking the world by storm. For focusing on growth, Aetna Group brought Porsche Consulting on board.
Digitization is a megatrend that is rapidly changing the world. The automobile industry is on the verge of its biggest upheaval in decades – with huge opportunities opening up.
Porsche works drivers Earl Bamber and Frédéric Makowiecki have clinched third place with their 911 RSR after a gripping pursuit at round nine of the IMSA SportsCar Championship on the Virginia International Raceway.
Round seven of the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup on Belgium’s Spa-Francorchamps circuit has marked the first victory for 21-year-old Frenchman in his rookie season of the Supercup.
Mark Webber is celebrating his 40th birthday today. Earlier this year the avid helicopter pilot made one of his dreams come true: training with the crew of Air Zermatt.
The Porsche North America works team campaigns two Porsche 911 RSR at round nine of the IMSA SportsCar Championship on the Virginia International Raceway on 28 August.
Porsche is moving one step closer to digital transformation. The Stuttgart-based sportscar manufacturer has now opened the Porsche Digital Lab in Berlin, which will be used to identify and test innovative information technology solutions.
New tires are now available for nearly every Porsche model up to fifty years old. Technically revised and intensively tested—including by Walter Röhrl.
Henry Merrow studies mechanical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) – one of the best universities in the USA. As an intern at Porsche, he is currently assisting the developers in the LMP1 team.
Electric drive is a double blessing: it will enable Porsche to meet stricter fuel consumption and emission standards in future. At the same time it improves vehicle performance considerably.
For ten years Goodyear has been continuously improving its development process for high-performance tires. The pilote project once started with consultants from Porsche. Time for an interim assessment.
Porsche made only nineteen right-hand-drive 356 Speedsters. Four of them found their way to the United Kingdom, where two are still in use. Both are marking their sixtieth birthday—the perfect excuse to take “Lady Misty” on a tour through Scotland.
How much longer still will we be sitting at the wheel? When will computers start driving cars? CEO Oliver Blume’s answers are self-assured and courageous—and not for people with rigid ideas.
Old Porsche tractors are being given a new lease of life – thanks to the Porsche Junior project. The aim of this programme is to better integrate the younger generation into the world of work.
Student teams from over 20 nations put themselves to the test across a wide range of disciplines after receiving an invitation to take part in the Formula Student Germany competition.
Taking it to the limit, safely and surely: The new Sport mode in Porsche Stability Management helps ambitious Porsche drivers reach the very limits of vehicle control—and the pinnacle of driving pleasure.
The “fourth industrial revolution” could catapult the Middle Kingdom to the leading position among industrial nations — if opportunities and locational advantages are used wisely.