We are memories.
German light designer Uli Petzold creates the perfect illumination for luxury architecture in Maimi – with spotlights designed by Studio F.A. Porsche. Customers like Latin-pop superstar Luis Fonsi appreciate Petzold’s understated aesthetics and painstaking attention to detail.
In the 1950s, customs investigators successfully pursued smugglers – in a Porsche 356 with brooms.
With the new 911 Speedster, Porsche is presenting a Heritage Design package—the first in a series of iconic design options for the sports cars of today and of the future.
The American Xander Schauffele is one of the most successful golfers worldwide. At this year’s Porsche European Open, which will be held near Hamburg, he will face Europe’s top pros. In this interview, he declares his love for the Porsche 911.
Julia Görges started playing professional tennis at the age of sixteen and is now one of the world’s best players.
The comedian and author Jerry Seinfeld is an unabashed fan of sports cars and owner of one of the world’s largest collections of Porsches.
Christoph Ingenhoven is regarded as a pioneer in the field of environmental and sustainable architecture.
Adam Carolla's favorite place to be is in his garage, which houses Paul Newman’s Porsche 935—winner of a class victory in Le Mans in 1979.
“The 911 is a surgical instrument as well as a sledgehammer—tough but precise.”
“People expect just about anything from me, whether positive or negative.”
“The Porsche 911 is a legend on wheels.”
“My father’s love of racing was infectious.”
“Having a Porsche on the set makes me more enthusiastic than ever.”
About the zeitgeist that produced the diverse sports cars Porsche 917 and Porsche 914.
The Taycan, the first fully electric sports car from Porsche, is changing the production facilities in Zuffenhausen. The goal: the Zero Impact Factory.
Fifty years ago Porsche brought the mid-engine from the racetrack to series production with the 914. The latest incarnations of the engine in front of the rear axle include the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 and the 718 Boxster Spyder.
In an interview, Albrecht Reimold, Member of the Executive Board—Production and Logistics, talks about the Taycan and the dawn of a new era in Zuffenhausen.
The amount of steel in the new 911 is only 30 percent. This is also due to innovatively designed parts, such as the A-pillar made of organic sheet composite used in the cabriolet.
The wheels lose their grip and the driver becomes a passenger—hydroplaning can be sudden and treacherous. In the new Porsche 911, Wet Mode ensures improved driving safety. How does this worldwide innovation work?
Particulate matter doesn’t stand a chance: as of September 1 of this year, all new Porsche models with gasoline engines will be successively outfitted with particulate filters, with six- and eight-cylinder models receiving two filters, one for each cylinder block.
Driving a Porsche is an experience. So is parking one. With a driver—or without.
The power comes from the headwind: the third generation of the Porsche Cayenne is now the world’s first SUV to feature an adaptive roof spoiler in the V8 Turbo model, which optimally adapts aerodynamics and downforce to any given driving situation.
Seventy years ago in the Austrian town of Gmünd, the first Porsche was built on the basis of robust VW technology. For seventy years, Porsche sports cars have been continuously refined—but what will the future bring? A bold glimpse into the future.
The new Porsche Cayenne also marks the debut of the latest version of Porsche Connect. It doesn’t just stream your favorite music and calculate the route with the least traffic.
Music is a question of taste. Playback quality, however, is not. The Burmester High-End 3D Surround Sound System in the Porsche Panamera expands into the third dimension.
Information even beyond the range of the headlights: The new Night Vision Assist from Porsche can make all the difference.
No compromises: The heart of the high-performance sports car, which debuted at the Geneva Motor Show, is a 368-kW flat-six engine.
The world’s first car race started in Paris 125 years ago. In December of 2019 Neel Jani will enter the first Formula E race in Porsche’s history. Then as now, it’s about the future of motorsports.
Daniel Necker, born in Germany and living in Santiago, Chile, collects blue Porsches. With one exception.
Why more and more Porsche customers are choosing a dual-clutch transmission instead of a manual.
At the 50th Targa Florio, Dieter Glemser and his Porsche 906 Carrera 6 leave the competition in the dust.
The mood had been better in the Martini Racing Porsche Systems pit.
Le Mans, qualifying for the twenty-four-hour race, June 13, 2018.
The 24 Hours of Daytona on February 6, 1966.
June 2035, 24 Hours of Le Mans, second qualifying session.
Zell am See, Professor Ferdinand Porsche Memorial Race, February 12, 1956.
Dan Gurney and the champagne shower
Thirty-seventh Monte Carlo Rally, January 25, 1968.
Top qualifying time. Pole position. So far, so good. But what happens to Mike Rockenfeller just before the formation lap is something he will never forget as long as he lives.
With some ultra-rapid drivers returning to the fray aiming to seize the silverware, and new guns signing up and eager to make their mark, the 16-race 2019 Porsche Carrera Cup GB is sure to provide some fearsome competition.
Porsche added another chapter to the impressive success story of its 911 GT3 R with a New-Zealand-run customer team taking a dramatic victory in the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour race—and many other Porsche customers were there to celebrate with them.
Six years after the most recent earthquake devastated New Zealand’s South Island capital, the opening of the new Porsche Centre Christchurch recalled Archibalds’ 100 year pioneering past.
If you own a current model Porsche, you should also have a classic to keep it company. To meet growing demand, Australia’s only official Porsche Classic Partner is breathing new life into yesterday’s models.
Porsche covers a lot of ground—both on the open road and on the Web.
All about the world’s most prestigious endurance race.
Europe’s top golfers will tee off near Hamburg. You’ll find the facts about the tournament here.
A quick peek at Porsche Garages, which will be published by Christophorus Edition this fall.
Photo stills that tell a story in cinematic language: photographic artist Irene Kung sets the stage for the Porsche 911 in the Lumas gallery’s Timeless Machine, a limited series.
Idagio, the innovative streaming service for classical music, has compiled a playlist just for Christophorus readers.