The 911 is a sports car icon. For decades, it has been synonymous with the art of design and engineering. But what exactly makes the 911 so special? Journalist Fabian Mechtel searches for the answer.
A Porsche 911 GT3 R driven by Porsche works drivers Earl Bamber, Kévin Estre and Laurens Vanthoor will tackle the Bathurst 12 Hour in Australia on 5 February.
In 2016, Porsche AG far exceeded its 2015 record. The Stuttgart-based sportscar manufacturer delivered a total of 237,778 vehicles around the world, some 6 per cent more than the previous record.
Fans of the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix can look forward to Maria Sharapova making her eagerly-awaited return to professional tennis at the long-standing tournament in Stuttgart’s Porsche Arena.
In a guest article, Porsche CEO Oliver Blume gives his opinion on Germans and their tendency towards risk aversion. He calls for greater courage, including the courage to make mistakes and accept defeats and setbacks.
Dynamic, comfortable and efficient. Porsche is expanding the 911 product line with the GTS models.
The Porsche Team has used this weekend’s official test, “The Roar before the Rolex 24”, to setup the new 911 RSR for its race debut at the IMSA SportsCar Championship.
Following the founding of Porsche Digital GmbH in May 2016, the Porsche Digital Lab has opened in Berlin. It establishes a platform for collaboration with technology companies, start-ups, and firms working in the sciences.
When it comes to cars, the renowned designer Hartmut Esslinger favors consummate symmetry. He drives two 911 Carrera S Cabriolets: one stationed at his home in Northern California, and the other in the Black Forest.
In no other type of vehicle is the connection between the driver and vehicle so intense as in a sports car. With the second-generation virtual driver’s seat, Porsche has a highly modern development tool to enhance this connection even further.
Blue Nelson’s passion for the brand Porsche was ignited on the very first day of his life: his parents drove him home from the hospital in a 356 Roadster.
The ribbon of asphalt, normally so gray, lies under a blanket of freshly fallen snow. No problem at all for the Porsche Macan with all-wheel drive—especially if you know how to handle it.
An exciting year is behind us. Many stories from the Porsche world are once again waiting to be told in 2017. The Porsche Newsroom team is looking forward to it and wishes you all the best.
The design competition Formula Student Electric is regarded as a proving ground for future engineers of electromobility. Porsche Engineering supports the GreenTeam from the University of Stuttgart in the development of electric race cars.
In 1985, Porsche built an experimental model with the identification “911 F 22, prototype sports package 2”. Porsche Classic retrieved the prototype from the vaults and let it loose on the tracks where it was tested and honed 31 years ago.
Rico Nuguid and Christian Stumpp from Tandemploy test the Porsche Panamera.
Michael Steiner, Member of the Executive Board — research and development — at Porsche AG, and Malte Radmann, General Manager of Porsche Engineering, talking about the future of sports car development and innovative engineering services.
Only a small minority of domestic air travelers in Germany are resolute bargain hunters. That is one result of a recent representative survey from the Porsche Consulting management consultancy.
Matthias Braun, the General Secretary of German Automobile Club, deals with issues of mobility every day, but one car in particular has forever enthralled him: the Porsche 911.
The history of the Porsche automobile brand began in 1948, but the groundwork for the company was laid in the design office of Professor Ferdinand Porsche. The first order book in 1930 recorded the start-up phase of a legend in the making.