Campus, 2020, Porsche AG

Campus may well be the best way to enter the world of work at Porsche. Informative, colorful, slightly provocative, and extremely appealing, this twice-yearly magazine for potential new Porsche employees not only looks behind the scenes of work at Porsche, but also shows what the sports-car maker is like as an employer. Journalistic feature stories, portraits, interviews, and background stories highlight the people who are working on the future of Porsche, and give many faces to the fascination for the company and its products. The articles reflect the wide range of entry-level and career opportunities on offer from the sports-car manufacturer. Target groups include interns, students, graduates, trainees, career starters, and young professionals. The magazine is distributed at job fairs and events, and of course is also available online.

Shari Langes, 2020, Porsche AG

Focus on People

Shari Langes is a product owner for an agile IT team. In sprints, she adds new functions to IT tools. The goal is to help company employees work better and more efficiently together.

Katrin Aufenanger, 2020, Porsche AG

Tips for learning at Porsche

Katrin Aufenanger is the specialist at Porsche who gives small tips that enable learners to take big steps. She lists the best ones here.

Porsche Book Check, 2020, Porsche AG

Driving Porsche, Reading Porsche

Fans can read about Porsche in works of non-­fiction, in history books, children’s books, novels, biographies, and—if words should fail—in books of photos or illustrations.

Kisanet Habte, Michael Pohl and Lars Sielaff, l-r, 2020, Porsche AG

The Learning Network

Have you learned something new today? The knowledge commanded by employees is a key factor in competitive success. So learning is part of Porsche’s corporate culture.

Matthias Bauer, Industrial electronics instructor at Porsche, 2020, Porsche AG

Training Revisited

Digitalization is doing a number on vocational training. That has not been lost on the instructors at Porsche’s training center, who don’t just teach but also encourage a desire for knowledge.

Kerstin Hess, director of the department for financial strategy and organization, 2020, Porsche AG

Flying Start

Six steps on the career ladder in just twelve years—Kerstin Hess earned an industrial engineering degree at a cooperative state university and went on to a top job at Porsche.

Taycan Testing

Full Power

Porsche has not spared the Taycan any challenge. After six million test kilometers one thing is clear: this car gives full power under any and all conditions.

First the tool, then the form

Who made the deep-drawn fender on the Taycan possible in the first place? That’s right—Michael Mohe and his team in the Saxon town of Schwarzenberg.

Tobias Hillers

The Sound Pioneer

Tobias Hillers quickly realized how important the sound of electric cars would be. Now his team has created an unmistakable sound—that of the new Porsche Taycan.

Christian Wellmann

Finding common ground

Christian Wellmann is a specialist in the interaction between humans and machines. and he will help design the next generations of cockpits for car models.

Semper Vivus Lohner-Porsche, 1900

Pioneering Spirit Then and Now

Ferdinand Porsche designed his first electric vehicle with rear-wheel drive back in 1898. More than a century later the sports-car manufacturer is returning to its roots.

Angelique Kerber, Porsche Brand Ambassador, 2019, Porsche AG

Star Check

Famous people around the world drive, collect, and love Porsches. A Porsche department fulfills the exclusive wishes of VIP customers.

Mate Rimac

Croatian Mastermind

Rimac Automobili makes super-fast electric automobiles. Porsche started investing in this technology and sports-car company a good year ago.

How to join us

Jobs and Careers

Would you like to join us? Check the job locator at www.porsche.com/ jobs to see all the positions—from internships to direct openings.

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CAMPUS issues

Consumption

  • 9.4 – 9.3 l/100km
  • 215 – 212 g/km

Cayenne Coupé

Fuel consumption/Emissions*
Fuel consumption* combined 9.4 – 9.3 l/100km
CO2 emissions* combined 215 – 212 g/km
  • 11.8 l/100km
  • 269 g/km

911 GT2 RS

Fuel consumption/Emissions*
Fuel consumption* combined 11.8 l/100km
CO2 emissions* combined 269 g/km
  • 0 l/100km
  • 0 g/km
  • 28 kwh/100km

Taycan Turbo

Fuel consumption/Emissions*
Fuel consumption* combined 0 l/100km
CO2 emissions* combined 0 g/km
Electric power consumptions* combined 28 kwh/100km
  • 13.2 l/100km
  • 303 g/km

911 GT3 RS

Fuel consumption/Emissions*
Fuel consumption* combined 13.2 l/100km
CO2 emissions* combined 303 g/km
  • 3.3 – 2.6 l/100km
  • 76 – 60 g/km
  • 18.1 – 16.0 kwh/100km

Panamera Hybrid Model Range

Fuel consumption/Emissions*
Fuel consumption* combined 3.3 – 2.6 l/100km
CO2 emissions* combined 76 – 60 g/km
Electric power consumptions* combined 18.1 – 16.0 kwh/100km
  • 0 l/100km
  • 0 g/km
  • 28.5 kwh/100km

Taycan Turbo S

Fuel consumption/Emissions*
Fuel consumption* combined 0 l/100km
CO2 emissions* combined 0 g/km
Electric power consumptions* combined 28.5 kwh/100km