From breath-taking alpine passes via the Porsche circuit in Leipzig, to the summit of Pikes Peak and along endless highways: episode 8 of the 9:11 Magazine is on the road. See a selection of rare Porsche models, the Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo, eight Cayman GT4 Clubsport vehicles and the 597 “Jagdwagen”.
1. The Curve Man
Spectacularly photographed curves – these are Stefan Bogner’s passion. His second love is sports cars. At the Grossglockner, he combined both of these to assemble an unparalleled collection of special Porsche models for a photoshoot at a height of 2,504 metres.
2. Eleventh Heaven
Eleven world-famous curves brought together on one track: The Porsche Leipzig circuit is as unique as it is thrilling. The circuit was designed by civil engineer Hermann Tilke. In the 9:11 Magazine, he offers ambitious drivers some insider tips.
A mountain race in the Rocky Mountains with an exciting story: In 2018, a class comprised solely of Porsche cars took to the start line at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb for the first time. The drivers attacked the climb in eight Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport vehicles.
4. All-terrain talent
In 1955, Porsche presented the type 597 “Jagdwagen”: a perfect offroader. Weighing in at just 870 kilograms, powered by a 50-hp, four-cylinder flat engine and featuring all-wheel drive, it was an almost unstoppable force – whether on land or water.
At the link 911-magazin.porsche.com/en, 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 the Porsche experience through to significant milestones in the company’s history. The online TV series complements the Porsche customer magazine entitled “Christophorus”and, like the magazine, is published five times a year in both German and English. Additional video footage and photos are available for use by journalists.
Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo: Fuel consumption combined 3.0 l/100 km; CO2 emissions 69 g/km; electricity consumption (combined) 17.6 kWh/100 km