Engineering

News

Mastering the Nordschleife with hydrogen
Innovation

Mastering the Nordschleife with hydrogen

In a study, Porsche Engineering has examined the potential of hydrogen combustion engines. The result is a high-performance powertrain with emissions at the same level as ambient air.

A battery's role in balancing range, performance and sustainability
Innovation

A battery's role in balancing range, performance and sustainability

Porsche has a clear goal: by 2030, the sports car manufacturer plans to have a carbon-neutral balance sheet across its entire value chain. The company's timeline for changes to production and logistics has been updated accordingly, although it is the progress of electric mobility that will play the pivotal role.

Porsche in China: uniting trends and tradition
Innovation

Porsche in China: uniting trends and tradition

China is on track to take a leading role in many developments. In this interview, Dr. Jens Puttfarcken (President & CEO of Porsche China), Dr. Peter Schäfer (Managing Director of Porsche Engineering), and Kurt Schwaiger (Managing Director of the Porsche Engineering branch in Shanghai) report on the latest trends and their collaboration in the country.

Norway: a country electrified
Innovation

Norway: a country electrified

More than half of the new vehicles registered in Norway in 2020 had an all-electric powertrain. In addition to modern design and innovative technology, customers there look for long range and space for the family – making the Porsche Taycan and the new Taycan Cross Turismo the perfect match.

From coal mining to data mining
Innovation

From coal mining to data mining

Porsche Engineering employees are working on the interface between the vehicle and its electronics. They are combining traditional automotive engineering with the latest IT technologies and collaborating closely with the academic world.

Current photos and videos

Contact