Sylt, a place for dreams
Timeless elegance: A quality that defines both Porsche and the North Sea island of Sylt. The perfect place for Hollywood star and race car driver Patrick Dempsey to escape the commotion of everyday life: On a drive in the 911 Carrera 2.7 RS Touring amid the quiet and raw natural setting, he draws new energy.
Aluminum monocoque chassis, ground effects and an air-cooled 2.6-liter turbo engine – new features made the Porsche 956 an extraordinary standout: In the 1980s, the car claimed one title after another. Even today, it remains the most successful race car of all time.
Sports car dreams
Owning and driving a Porsche? Unthinkable in the former GDR. But for brothers Knut and Falk Reimann, vehicle engineering students from Dresden, that was the dream. And they knew just what to do: With technical acumen, inventiveness and some assistance from Ferry Porsche personally, they undertook the “homemade Porsche” project.
Addicted to snow
The drift is the epitome of cornering perfection: In time with The Blue Danube waltz, the Porsche 911 Carrera S executes exquisite turns in the video. Its dance floor: The snow-covered ice track at the Saalfelden/Brandlhof driving technique center.
With his “dream works,” Hans-Peter Porsche has created a place that brings joy to others. Here he shares his decades-in-the-making collection of very special objects with the world. One-of-a-kind historic tin toys and a huge model railway installation awaken delight in the founder and visitors alike.
The 9:11 Magazine
In 9:11 Magazine, the sports car manufacturer presents entertaining and interesting features from the world of Porsche. These features cover a whole range of issues, from the introduction of new vehicles and background stories to exciting motor-sport stories. 9:11 Magazine complements the Porsche customer magazine entitled Christophorus and the audio series 9:11. Porsche. Podcast. and is published in both German and English.