“Two worlds” is the topic of the current 9:11 Magazine – the online TV series from Porsche. It contemplates this theme from five perspectives:
Stormy gales, geysers and volcanoes. But Iceland can also be something quite different. The island combines strength and energy with tranquillity and seclusion – the perfect environment for the new Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo.
Professor Bertolt Meyer was born without a left forearm. Thanks to a modern bionic prosthesis, he lives his life today with almost no restrictions. It can be controlled via an app and even allows him to drive a car. The scientist explains the relationship between people and technology.
Hybrid technology is the embodiment of present and future united. The 911 GT3 R Hybrid combines these two worlds perfectly – writing history in the process.
Rims, drive shaft, steering wheel – even the air intakes leave no room for doubt: The 911 GT3 is a real RS, built from 2,704 LEGO parts. The original Porsche and the LEGO Porsche get acquainted in this feature.
Over four years, designer Djordje Ilic gave life to a computerised version of the Porsche 911 Carrera RS 3.8. The result: an animation that can hardly be distinguished from reality. A digital declaration of love to the historic model.
Under the link 911-magazine.porsche.com, the sports car manufacturer presents entertaining and useful information about everything relating to Porsche. The scope ranges from the presentation of new cars to experiencing Porsche to milestones in the company’s history. The web tv format supplements the Porsche customer magazine “Christophorus” and will also be published five times a year in German and English. The “9:11 Magazine” offers a special service to online editors: They can use complete episodes or individual segments. Additional footage material and pictures are also freely avaibly for journalistic purposes.
Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid: Fuel consumption combined 2.9 l/100 km; CO2 emissions 66 g/km; electricity consumption (combined) 16.2 kWh/100 km
911 GT3: Fuel consumption combined 12.9 – 12.7 l/100 km; CO2 emissions 290 – 288 g/km