Access to the technologies and business models of the future: Porsche has increased its total investment in venture capital activities by EUR 150 million for the next five years. The objective of “Porsche Ventures” is to gain access to trends, new technologies and business models.
Close up, honest and intimate. That’s how we best know the work of the German portrait photographer Martin Schoeller, who regularly works with Porsche for his photographs. In his new photograph volume, Close, Mark Webber was one of the many famous faces to have his portrait shot.
Porsche has always matched its product range to its customers’ requirements and the pursuit of technological excellence. That is why the sports car manufacturer is intensifying its activities in the areas of hybrid technology and electromobility and will, in future, no longer offer vehicles with diesel propulsion.
The fight for the championship in the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland has been decided: Thanks to his ninth win of the season at the Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg, Thomas Preining claimed the title of the national one-make cup.
The Porsche customer team Precote Herberth Motorsport has taken a big step closer to claiming the title of the ADAC GT Masters. Scoring second at the penultimate race of the season, Robert Renauer and Porsche Young Professional Mathieu Jaminet have extended their lead in the championship by ten points.
A portrait of the champion.
Rennsport Reunion: two words that signify the world’s largest gathering of classic Porsche race cars, held at the Laguna Seca Raceway in California. And it’s set to take place again at the end of September. Impressions from the last reunion in 2015.
A grand tour through the course of 70 years of Porsche sports cars.
As part of its anniversary tour, the Porsche 356 “No.1” Roadster is currently on the road in North America. Seventy years after the “No.1” left the plant in Gmünd, Austria, it’s now on show in Canada for the first time. Then it’s onward to the Rennsport Reunion.
Personnel change at the top of the Porsche sales organisation for Central and Eastern Europe: Michael Müller will take over as Managing Director of the subsidiary.
Luftgekühlt No. 5 has finally come home to Germany. Patrick Long, the factory racing driver from the USA who is essentially the godfather of the classic Porsche gathering, was there in person. He and his crew were welcomed to the Bavarian capital, Munich, with quite a few surprises.
Porsche has invested in WayRay; the up-and-coming technology start-up from Zurich develops and produces holographic augmented reality head-up display technologies and is working on seamlessly integrating virtual objects into the driving experience.
Neil Campbell becomes the fastest European ever on a bicycle, achieving it in the slipstream of a Porsche Cayenne Turbo.
For every purpose, be it in the parking garage, at the supermarket or freeway rest stop, Porsche Engineering has developed a fast-charging solution: a system with modular building blocks that takes account of the available electricity grid, visitor frequency and space constraints.
To mark the anniversary of “70 years of Porsche sports cars”, the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen has sent a very special classic car to northern Germany: the 911 (901) No. 57 that gained notoriety through the German TV-programme “Der Trödeltrupp” has taken its first official drive before the viewing public.