There are plenty of things to explore. Girls and boys can choose their favourite activity from colouring pictures, a large number of craft activities as well as puzzles.
School children from year eight onwards can also explore the 'Electromobility' team spirit activity in comfort on their own screens at home. This team spirit activity allows girls and boys learn about a new mobility and drive concept which all began 100 years ago when Ferdinand Porsche built his first hybrid-electric car. Accompanied by a guide, children can find out about the fundamentals and history of electromobility from the first electric vehicle through to the Porsche Taycan.
Simply head to Porsche4Kids.com and let the fun begin because #DreamsAreMadeAtHome
André Lotterer is well known for his skills on the race track, but less so for his talent behind the camera. The Formula E driver shares a snapshot of his life – and his newly restored 911 Carrera RS 2.7.
As a child, Daniel Arsham spent his time drawing sneakers, cameras and various Porsche models, in particular the legendary 911 Turbo. It became a passion that has accompanied him ever since – and provided the American artist with a source of inspiration for his latest artwork: a complete restoration and re-interpretation of a 1986 Porsche 911 Turbo – now the “930A”.
From Track Experiences to the Ice Experience in Finland, the Taycan is now an integral part of Porsche’s customer driving programmes. However, not everywhere provides the adequate infrastructure for charging the electric sports car en masse. Meet Porsche’s innovative solution: a fleet of stand-alone, high-power charging trucks that offer mobile charging on demand.
After a pause due to COVID-19, Porsche Track Experience is reopening its Australian programs on 15 September 2020. Here is the ultimate guide to each level of Porsche Track Experience, as well as other Porsche Experience events.