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Porsche gives employees a voluntary bonus in the success year 2019

The 2019 financial year was a very successful one for Porsche. The sports car manufacturer traditionally allows its employees to share in the company's success. In times of the Corona crisis, the company is combining the voluntary bonus with an appeal for donations to its employees to support the "Porsche aid" programme.

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#GetCreativeWithPorsche: Photography

Welcome to the first in Porsche Newsroom’s new series of masterclasses, designed to help enthusiasts sharpen their creative automotive skills during lockdown. In part 1 Richard Pardon explains the art of photography.

Family man and full-throttle virtuoso
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Family man and full-throttle virtuoso

The life of the Porsche works driver Laurens Vanthoor is full of speed and action – even during the quiet times of the coronavirus.

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Team talk

More than 30,000 people work for Porsche, all from different backgrounds and each with a different job to do. No matter what the role – engineer, HR specialist, programmer – each member of the team has the same goal: to continue the path that company founder Ferry Porsche took decades ago, with passion and pioneering spirit. Here, the men and women of Porsche give a behind-the-scenes glimpse of their work, from their own unique perspective, as well as the lowdown on current developments.

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Back 2 Tape: Paris

As part of his cultural road trip through Europe, music journalist Niko Hüls visits Paris. There, he meets rapper Lord Esperanza and art curator Nicolas Couturieux.

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Inside E Episode 5: Interview with Pascal Zurlinden and Carlo Wiggers

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Out of Africa

Out of Africa

After their return from the East African Safari Classic Rally, the Porsche Newsroom visits "Tuthill Porsche".

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9:11 Magazine

Episode 14: Electrified in 9:11 minutes

From performance on ice and exclusive insights into production to hairpin technology: the current edition of the 9:11 Magazine is devoted entirely to the Porsche Taycan electric sports car.

How a Taycan is made

The all-electric sports car is produced in Zuffenhausen in a newly built factory: CO2 neutral and with the employees as an integral part of the project. From body shop to assembly, we take a tour through production – from the perspective of the Taycan.

Performance on snow and ice

The Taycan is the perfect winter car. In Finland, the 4S proves that Porsche e-performance also works on snow and ice. Vice President Model Line Dr Stefan Weckbach explains what makes the Taycan a true Porsche.

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Back 2 Tape: Paris

Back 2 Tape: Paris

Music journalist Niko Hüls meets rapper Lord Esperanza and art curator Nicolas Couturieux in the creative center of Paris

Back 2 Tape: London

Back 2 Tape: London

As part of "Back 2 Tape", Niko Hüls meets two defining faces of British hip-hop: Rodney P and Apex Zero.

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Fine Form

Architect Ulf Möller on time-stable design, the Lum light, Thonet, and his America Roadster.

Transverse Dynamics

The new Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid offers a new dimension of transverse dynamic capabilities and chassis innovations.

Painted Love

Californian Lisa Taylor has a bit of a thing for Porsche models in vibrant colors. Whether it’s yellow, pink, or blue—it had better be bright!

Emotional Exterior Design

The Taycan is recognizable as a Porsche at first glance. It consistently transfers the brand’s design language into the world of electric cars—and will shape that world.

Taycan Love: Stefan Weckbach

The head of the Taycan model range knows every centimeter of the first fully electric sports car of the Porsche brand. Here he explains his love for the Taycan.

Once around Hell

Porsche pilot Lars Kern puts the Taycan to the ultimate test—on the Nürburgring’s Nordschleife.

Back to the Roots

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.

Right in the Middle

Fifty years ago Porsche brought the mid-engine from the racetrack to series production with the 914. The latest incarnations: the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 and the 718 Boxster Spyder.

Back to the Future

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.

Double Pleasure

It used to be that only a Porsche with manual was a true Porsche. Not anymore. The advantages of the dual-clutch transmission are too great to ignore.

Merry Band of Misfits

The members of the R Gruppe in California have been indulging their special passion for Porsche for twenty years.

The More Things Change

Even though it’s been open for a decade, there’s still a lot to discover at the Porsche Museum in Zuffenhausen. An exclusive look at the exhibits.

Go for It

There’s no instruction manual for getting started in the world of motorsports. Karting is one possibility. The Porsche Racing Experience is another.

Purism & Performance

They are light-footed, despite following in great footsteps: the new Porsche 718 T and the 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport.

Arrival

The latest generation of the 911 meets its forbear while Dr. Wolfgang Porsche explains what gives porsche its legendary quality.

Stronger. Racier. Sharper

All words to describe the new generation of the classic sports car from Zuffenhausen. What are the special features of the new 911? Porsche designers Peter Varga (exterior) and Ivo van Hulten (interior) explain.

Thinking One Step Ahaed

It’s 6:36 p.m. Time for a quick stop at Porsche Digital in Ludwigsburg. The lights are still on, because the team headed by CEO Thilo Koslowski is envisioning the future. The world premiere of the new Porsche 911 heralds three digital developments that reveal how the Porsche company is expanding beyond the car itself into new horizons.

Speed Date

A tennis star meets a world champion endurance racer. They don’t sit down and chat about performance and success, but instead go out and practice serving and driving. A fast-paced encounter between Angelique Kerber and Mark Webber.

Everything on the Horse

Six hundred options, one choice: Taycan. What the name of the first fully electric Porsche means—and how it came to be

Timeless Master

To win the Targa Florio you need an extremely sensitive foot on the accelerator. Many drivers swear by the creations of shoemaker Francesco “Ciccio” Liberto, who has been making footwear for race-car drivers for more than fifty years. We drop in on the master—together with Gijs van Lennep, winner of the last great Targa Florio.

Cleaning Up

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.

To the Limit

The Porsche 919 Hybrid and the 917 dominated the races of their time. The final incarnation of each model was utterly dominant in its class before being retired. A meeting of these two ultimate driving machines—which, despite their age difference, have a lot in common.

Mission E

Breaking new ground and promptly taking the lead. Doing everything differently yet still decisively stamping classic Porsche virtues on the electric era. The world expects no more and no less of the first purely electric Porsche when it makes its debut in 2019. A dossier on the subject of electromobility.

The Golden Middle

The equator divides the earth into north and south—as it does Ecuador. A journey through the land that bears its name.

Only a broken leg. Yours, Annie

Annie Bousquet loved speed and stimulation. Her world-record drive in a Porsche 550 Spyder fascinated her contemporaries in 1955. But tragedy followed on the heels of triumph.

Wild at Heart

A natural paradise for Heck cattle, wild ponies, and deer is also where Porsche customers can navigate their Cayenne and Macan. This off-road terrain at Porsche’s Leipzig site is a remarkable natural habitat. For Bertram Schultze it’s simply his preserve.

Consumption

  • 11.1 l/100km
  • 254 g/km

911 Turbo S Coupé

Fuel consumption/Emissions*
Fuel consumption* combined 11.1 l/100km
CO2 emissions* combined 254 g/km
  • 11.3 l/100km
  • 257 g/km

911 Turbo S Cabriolet

Fuel consumption/Emissions*
Fuel consumption* combined 11.3 l/100km
CO2 emissions* combined 257 g/km
  • 9.4 – 9.2 l/100km
  • 216 - 212 g/km

Cayenne S Coupé

Fuel consumption/Emissions*
Fuel consumption* combined 9.4 – 9.2 l/100km
CO2 emissions* combined 216 - 212 g/km