At the last two rounds of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) season, the Porsche GT Team has its sights firmly set on winning the world championship title. The 2021 season wraps up with back-to-back races in Bahrain over the next two weekends.
Leon Köhler (Nebulus Racing by Huber) celebrates a perfect end to the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland season: The German scored his second win of the season on Sunday at the Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg.
In addition to its long-standing sponsorship of tennis and golf, Porsche is to support the further development of kitesurfing. From November, the sports car manufacturer will sponsor the Red Bull King of the Air competition and work with the kitesurfing brand Duotone.
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.
With travel restrictions limiting the opportunities for road-trips, Porsche Newsroom’s new Sunday Drives series sets out to quench readers’ thirst for adventure by discovering the world’s most beautiful driving roads through the eyes of Porsche people around the globe.
With so much of the world urged to stay home and save lives during the current crisis, Porsche Newsroom has launched a new series of automotive masterclasses designed to help you sharpen your skills from the comfort of your homes.
Not so long ago, harnessing 1.21 gigawatts meant a trip Back to the Future. Today, it’s a little less fraught and a lot more practical, being contained within a rapidly expanding network of chargers readily available to the Porsche Taycan.
The new episode of 9:11 Magazine outlines the drive to dare the extraordinary: Aksel Lund Svindal sails over the Taycan in homage to an iconic photo. And Porsche’s Mission R is the visionary concept of an all-electric car that unites cutting-edge technologies and sustainable materials with the passion for racing.
Ski racer Aksel Lund Svindal makes a daredevil jump over a Porsche—just like his Austrian predecessor Egon Zimmermann, who sailed over a Porsche 356 in the early 1960s. The world-famous photo stands for the courage to constantly seek new challenges and to push back the limits of the possible.
Porsche is taking the next big step in electric mobility: the Mission R concept study is a vision of fully electric customer motorsports and a glimpse of what the future could bring for the brand cups. The development team presents the drive concept, the sustainable materials, and highlights of the innovative design.
Porsche has officially presented its Mission R concept car. The all-electric car combines the state-of-the-art technology with sustainable materials to create a newly developed line of electric motors.
Porsche’s electrification journey has been one of the more consequential in the industry. Come the IAA Munich motor show, Porsche will give a glimpse at what this journey might look like with a new concept.
An exclusive design sketch by exterior chief designer Peter Varga was auctioned off as a Non-Fungible Token (NFT). Porsche Deutschland concludes its pilot project for the auction with a satisfied summary.
The 911 GT3 proudly bucks every trend. Its cabin is not filled with gigantic screens and it does not rely on high-tech gimmicks to sell itself. Porsche’s sports car is not a hybrid, let alone a plug-in or an EV. Its engine isn’t even turbocharged. It doesn’t have all-wheel drive, but it does have a manual transmission. 911 GT3: Fuel consumption combined 13,3 - 12,4 l/100 km (NEDC), Fuel consumption combined 13,0 - 12,9 l/100 km (WLTP), CO₂ emissions combined 304 - 283 g/km (NEDC), CO₂ emissions combined 294 - 293 g/km (WLTP)
Porsche has seen huge amounts of success with its Macan as the SUV is the perfect size for everyday use, and now the German marque has updated the Macan to make it “Stronger, sharper, and sportier” across the board.
Model Range Macan: Fuel consumption combined (WLTP) 11.7 – 10.1 l/100 km, CO₂ emissions combined (WLTP) 265 – 228 g/km, Fuel consumption combined (NEDC) 9.9 – 8.7 l/100 km, CO₂ emissions combined (NEDC) 225 – 198 g/km
Albrecht Reimold, Member of the Porsche Executive Board for Production and Logistics, talks about the Taycan, drive systems of the future, complete climate neutrality, and the never-ending power of enthusiasm.
The entrepreneur Silvio Denz is preparing a grand celebration: Lalique’s one hundredth anniversary. A journey through the eras of glass art in Alsace. The clarity of the material fits the nature of the man.
Pistons are among the most heavily strained components of an engine. Porsche has now produced the first pistons using 3-D printing technology, and they’re intended for the high-performance engine of the wildest 911.