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Episode 9 – Reunion

The Rennsport Reunion 2018 played host to a moving comeback by a Porsche enthusiast, the most spectacular race cars from Porsche's history, and the surprising rebirth of the 935. Find out more about these and other highlights in the latest episode from the 9:11 Magazine online TV series.

Reunion with a cult vehicle

In 1981, rally legend Walter Röhrl wrote a very special chapter in World Championship history with the 911 SC in San Remo. 30 years later, we got to see it again. Discover the story of this extraordinary vehicle.

A revival of rivals

Two cars, two rivals, one bet: 30 years after the comic illustrator Rötger "Brösel" Feldmann and his Horex-powered motorbike lost the race against the 911 driven by his friend Holger "Holgi" Henze, it was time for payback. Find out the latest about this cult race.

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Arrival

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

One of Us

The new 911 must convince its fans. That’s why one of the first stops is the Friends of Air-Cooled Flat Engines club in Weissach.

Speed Date

A tennis star meets a world champion endurance racer. A fast-paced encounter between Angelique Kerber and Mark Webber.

Free

The new Porsche 911 explores the Turracher Höhe pass. Previously one of the most difficult alpine passages, it now offers a sense of freedom.

Eye Contact

What goes on in the minds of passersby when they see the new Porsche 911? We examine this question on Maximilianstraße in Munich.

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.

Cleaning Up

Particulate matter doesn’t stand a chance: All new Porsche models with gasoline engines will be successively outfitted with particulate filters.

To the Limit

The Porsche 919 Hybrid and the 917 dominated the races of their time. A meeting of these two ultimate driving machines.

Mission E

Doing everything differently yet still decisively stamping classic Porsche virtues on the electric era. 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 fascinated her contemporaries. But tragedy followed on the heels of triumph.

Wild at Heart

The off-road terrain at Porsche’s Leipzig site is a remarkable natural habitat. For Bertram Schultze it’s simply his preserve.

As If by Magic

Driving a Porsche is an experience. So is parking one. The new Porsche Cayenne can slip in with particular elegance. With a driver—or without.

His Company, His Life

Dr. Wolfgang Porsche is the face of the brand and its ambassador. In May he will celebrate his 75th birthday.

E-Design

Background on the design of future e-models: Michael Mauer on the Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo.

Conceiving Color

The new Porsche 911 GT3 RS: 0 to 100 kmh in 3.2 seconds, peak speed 312 kmh. It's green. Why is that?

Back to the Roots

Porsche has brought the 356 “No. 1” Roadster from 1948 back to life as a show car.

Sound Machine

Porsche is planning a major offensive at Le Mans: Acoustically, the 911 RSR is already in the lead.

Dialogue of Forms

We present the future of the sports car with models on a scale of 1:3—seen here for the first time and set in Paris by art photographer Eric Otto.

24/7

From the track to the road—this is reality for Porsche. We look at the ability to combine everyday usability and recreation with the possibilities of modern mobility.

Materials of the Future

It’s better to implement ideas than to dream of them. And that’s how the developers of Porsche proceed: the seemingly impossible becomes tangible technology.

Nerves of Zeal

Car races are decided on the track. That will continue to be the case in the future. But virtual contests are on the rise. Welcome to the world of eSports.

Level 6

Level 5—the highest level of automated driving. No driver and no steering wheel. The technology is expected to be ready for use within a decade.

At the Limit

Limit: the point at which it’s not possible to go farther. The natural habitat of race-car drivers and their crews. Scenes from previous years of Porsche Motorsports.

Designing for the Future

Style Porsche is shaping how digital elements will be incorporated into sports cars in the years to come. A visit to the future-oriented architects in Weissach.

Porsche Takes the Plunge

Spring of 1977: Porsche fans are shaken to the core when the brand comes out with its new top model, the 928. The car defies—and exceeds—all expectations.

Miniature Marvels

Conceived for kids, built for adults: Bernd Pennewitz makes iconic Porsche replicas—in miniature form with electric drives.

Unforgotten

Porsche stopped producing the legendary 550 Spyder sixty years ago. That was also when Lew Bracker entered his last race.

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