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Company 11/12/2018

Porsche shows its true colours

There will be no staged scenes, models or specially selected staff brought to the fore in Porsche’s new employer branding campaign: reportage-style clips and black-and-white images will highlight the human side of Porsche as an employer brand.

Company 11/10/2018

A New Era

Following the decision to produce the Taycan in Zuffenhausen, Porsche is now carrying out the largest construction project of this site’s eighty-year history. The company’s historical headquarters in northern Stuttgart are being updated for automotive production of the future.

Company 11/07/2018

Reunion in 9 minutes, 11 seconds

The Rennsport Reunion 2018 played host to a moving comeback by a Porsche enthusiast, the most spectacular race cars from Porsche's history, and the surprising rebirth of the 935. Find out more about these and other highlights in the latest episode from the 9:11 Magazine online TV series.

Company 09/27/2018

80 years in Zuffenhausen: A history full of highlights

The premiere in 2019 is already set – this is when Porsche will present the new Taycan. The car combines traditional Porsche genes with technologies of the future – and will also set new standards in design, driving experience and performance. At the same time, the Taycan will carry on in the tradition of the Zuffenhausen site.

History 07/19/2018

With pathos and patina

Californian Matt Hummel has fallen in love with the authenticity of historic Porsche vehicles. And now he’s had the chance to experience the brand in its home country via a visit to Le Mans with Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen as the final destination on his trip.

Company 07/19/2018

Extended digital offers at the Porscheplatz in Stuttgart

A virtual world now lets you build a historic Porsche with your own hands: By putting on smartglasses, visitors can bring to life the first Porsche workshop and its surroundings in Austrian Gmuend some 70 years ago, with every last detail painstakingly recreated.

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