Episode 13 of the 9:11 Magazine presents the 718 Spyder and Cayman GT4 on the Knockhill Racing Circuit, the long-standing vision of a Porsche for four and the new 911 Speedster on a trip to the centenarians of Sardinia. Also included: the development of the Panamera and the 356/2 Gmünd Cabriolet.
Chapter 1: Motor racing genes
The 718 Spyder and Cayman GT4 are ready for Dario and Mario Franchitti. They have had a close association with Porsche and motor racing since their childhood. They now go back to their roots at the Knockhill Racing Circuit in Scotland.
Chapter 2: The Type 989
Four people in a Porsche – this vision already existed in the 1950s. A highly promising development in this direction: the Type 989 from 1988. A thoroughbred sports car with the DNA of the 911.
Chapter 3: Development of the Panamera
Shanghai, 2009. The surprise could not have been any greater when the Panamera celebrated its world premiere. Development took four years. A look back at a top secret mission whose success continues up to the present day.
Chapter 4: The Gmünd Porsche
The first sports cars with the name Porsche were hand-built by the team under Ferry Porsche in Austria at the end of the 1940s. They included the 356/2 Gmünd Cabriolet – the start of a success story.
Chapter 5: Speedster on a journey in time
Trip to the “Blue Zone” with the 911 Speedster: photographer Luigi Corda goes on a journey to discover the secret of the centenarians of Sardinia – with an open top and manual transmission.
The 9:11 Magazine
Porsche publishes a wealth of entertaining and informative contributions from the world of Porsche at its website, 911-magazin.porsche.de. Whether it's presenting new models or highlighting milestones in the company's history, the online TV series complements the Porsche customer magazine “Christophorus” and is published at the same intervals, in both German and English. Additional footage material and photos are freely available for journalistic purposes.
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