The editorial team of the Porsche Newsroom wishes you a peaceful and healthy Christmas time.
A challenging year lies behind us, with the coronavirus crisis turning everyday life upside down and making us rethink the way we live, work and support one another. At Porsche, production had to be paused for six weeks while at the same time, the company stepped up its social commitments. It did this with donations and voluntary work, with heart and soul and a sense of family that is typical of Porsche.
As we go into 2021, we will continue to stick together and concentrate on the things that really matter. Thank you, dear readers, for accompanying us on this journey. We hope you will now join us in taking a little time to relax.
In the meantime, the Porsche Newsroom editorial team wishes you a happy, peaceful and above all, a healthy Christmas.
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