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).
In four weeks, the Porsche Museum will start the engines of selected race and series production cars from the company collection – and this time they can be experienced worldwide: At 5 p.m. on Saturday, 18 September, the first digital Porsche Sound Night will take place under the name “Next Level."
50 Years of Porsche Development Weissach: a special exhibition has opened at the Porsche Museum, offering a fascinating look at half a century of research and development at Weissach – the birthplace of Porsche's sports cars.
New delivery record for the first half-year: Porsche delivered 153,656 vehicles worldwide, representing an increase of 31 percent compared to the previous year. The significant demand growth spanned all model series and global sales regions.
Porsche and Rimac have agreed to set up a joint venture that incorporates Bugatti. Oliver Blume and Mate Rimac have signed the corresponding agreements and announced the name of the new hypercar manufacturer: Bugatti-Rimac.
Porsche is making further efforts to reduce CO2-emissions in its supply chain: the sports car manufacturer is calling for its around 1,300 series suppliers to use exclusively renewable energy in the manufacture of Porsche components as of July.
The new issue of the 9:11 Magazine reports on innovations: behind the scenes of the Taycan Cross Turismo’s world tour; in China, where Porsche opened its first showroom in 2001; and on the circuits of the sim racers.
Porsche Design has produced a very special chronograph to mark the 70th birthday of a motorsport legend. Individually configured by Hans-Joachim Stuck, the timepiece symbolizes his most successful years in motorsport with Porsche.
After a two-year break, it’s back – louder and with a broader scope than before: on Saturday, September 18, 2021, the Porsche Museum will start the engines of several racing and series production cars from the company collection that have written or will write history on the world’s race tracks.
Porsche AG has set itself an ambitious goal: in 2030, the company wants to have a CO2-neutral balance sheet across the entire value chain. The Executive Board of Porsche AG will provide information on this at tomorrow's annual press conference.