The best of both worlds: Stuttgart-based sports car manufacturer Porsche and Austrian sporting goods manufacturer Head release their first joint winter sports product line in time for the upcoming 2022 ski season.
An absolute one-off in Episode 22: a 356 thought to be lost to history reappears and a unique 911 is created in a secret transatlantic project. In addition, Alfredo Häberli talks about the poetry of design.
The Stuttgart-based sports car manufacturer has agreed with the US company on a three-year cooperation aimed at establishing six companies from 2023 to 2025 with new business models in various areas of mobility.
Porsche and Rimac are taking the next step in their collaboration with focus on the digital and electrified future of mobility. The Stuttgart-based sports car manufacturer is participating in a Series D funding round by the Croatian automotive technology group Rimac Group.
Rare concept cars and unique pieces from the Porsche Museum, one of the first appearances by the new 911 Sport Classic, and the extensive range of individualization and ‘Sonderwunsch’ (special request) options attracted many car lovers to the third Fuori Concorso, which was held last weekend.
The Nardò Technical Center (NTC), the South-Italian proving ground owned by Porsche and operated by Porsche Engineering, celebrates its 10th anniversary of the acquisition by the German sports car manufacturer today.
Porsche AG demonstrated a robust performance at the start of the year. In the first three months of 2022, the company increased both its sales revenue and its operating profit compared to the first quarter of the previous year.
Porsche is forging ahead with its drive to develop and manufacture high-performance battery cells: the sports car manufacturer is acquiring shares in the US company Group14 Technologies, a producer of advanced silicon-carbon technology for lithium-ion batteries.
Over the past financial year, Porsche AG has underpinned its position as one of the world's most profitable automobile manufacturers. The Stuttgart-based sports car manufacturer reached a new all-time high in both sales revenue and operating profit.
Marking the 20th anniversary of Sally Carrera, from Pixar Animation Studio’s Cars franchise, Porsche has been working for several months to create a unique car for a charitable auction, supporting life-changing programs through Girls, Inc. and UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency.
A new journey through time with the Future Heritage Portal at the Porsche MuseumThe highly technically complex Future Heritage Portal puts the spotlight on the Egger-Lohner C.2 Phaeton – the oldest surviving design on which Ferdinand Porsche worked.
The latest episode of the 9:11 Magazine celebrates the evolution of the 911 Turbo from the first generation through to today. Also: the new Cayenne Turbo GT and Mark Webber drives the 911 GT1 at Lake Como.
The Porsche Museum is honoring the brand's 50th anniversary with a special exhibition starting today. Until July 10, 2022, visitors can immerse themselves in the most important, interesting and extraordinary products, and find out how Porsche Design became what it is today.
Porsche is expanding its investment portfolio in the field of smart city technology: the Stuttgart-based sports car manufacturer’s venture capital unit, Porsche Ventures, is to become a shareholder in 1KOMMA5°.
IONITY already has the largest network of high-performance charging stations in Europe, which is accessible by the majority of electric vehicles. The joint venture is now ramping up its plans for further expansion.
Porsche is acquiring a majority stake in the e-bike manufacturer Greyp Bikes. The sports car manufacturer’s venture capital arm, Porsche Ventures, has held a stake of around ten percent in the Croatian company since 2018.
Porsche, Bugatti and Rimac are writing a new chapter in the history of the automotive industry. On November 1, less than four months after it was first announced, one of the motoring world’s most exciting cooperation projects has started doing business under its new structure.
Sports car manufacturer Porsche and Siemens Energy have joined forces with a number of international companies to build an industrial plant for the production of nearly CO2-neutral fuel (eFuel) in Punta Arenas, Chile.
In the run-up to the IAA Mobility 2021, Porsche is offering a spectacular insight into the future of motorsport. Follow the unveiling of a futuristic concept car live on Monday, September 6, at 9:00 am (EST).