The past year for Porsche has been a veritable product firework: the new 911 GT3 with its motorsport DNA, the all-electric Mission R concept and the 718 Cayman GT4 RS were just the tip of the new-launch iceberg, with a multitude of new cars revealed to the globe in 2021. The coronavirus pandemic, on the other hand, presented major challenges to the company and society as a whole. This is why Porsche AG has significantly expanded its social commitments again over the past 12 months.  

It's now time to take a break and recharge over the festive season. The Porsche Newsroom editorial team wishes you a happy, peaceful and, above all, a healthy Christmas.


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