11/19/20: #TBT: Volkswagen’s Guinness World Record-breaking history - Newsroom It’s not easy to make it into the Guinness World Records book. With over 50,000 applications from aspiring record-breakers each year, it can be a competitive field — especially in transportation, where records can…
11/17/20: Shopping small leads to big impact - Newsroom The holiday shopping season is officially underway, and an easy way to celebrate the start of the holiday gift-giving season is investing in your…
11/25/20: Ninth Porsche Experience Centre to be built in Japan - Porsche Newsroom Porsche Experience Centres are flagships of the brand’s vehicle demonstration sites and offer fascinating live experiences of its products and its services. In 2021, the ninth location of this kind will open in Chiba prefecture next to Tokyo in Japan.
11/23/20: Final test for TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team ahead of season start in Chile - Porsche Newsroom At the official test days for the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship at Valencia the countdown to the new season gets underway for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team. At the Circuit Ricardo Tormo, all twelve teams in the innovative electric race series will spend the days between 28 November and 1 December preparing for the start of the season in Santiago de Chile. The first two races of Season 7 are scheduled to take place in the South American metropolis on 16 and 17 January 2021.
11/19/20: Soul-searching in the 911 Speedster - Porsche Newsroom Tom Gädtke has made a name for himself in the world of classic Porsche models. Known on social media as @onassisporsches, the 40-year-old describes himself as a hobby mechanic and drives a Porsche 356. Can the 911 Speedster (991) turn the head of a committed classic car fan?
11/18/20: Porsche at the IAA 2019 - Porsche Newsroom Porsche will use three drive technologies in the future: highly emotive petrol engines, powerful plug-in hybrids and – from now on – also all-electric powertrains.
11/17/20: Porsche Unseen: future perfect - Porsche Newsroom When Porsche’s chief designer Michael Mauer considers the style language of tomorrow, he first has to look much further ahead. Here, he explains how focusing on the future opens up possibilities for the here and now.