Cuvée 356 is its name: a wine specially commissioned by Porsche in commemoration of its sports-car anniversary. This exclusive symphony of wine was composed in Austria—where, some seventy years ago, the first Porsche sports car came to be.
Photographer Stefan Bogner has breathed soul into mountain passes. For his new book Porsche Drive Grossglockner, he assembled an unparalleled collection of Porsche cars in front of his lens.
The Porsche Archive is based in Zuffenhausen – but that’s not the whole story. There are also thousands of design drawings housed in a basement room in the Weissach Development Centre. All in all, this 70-year collection contains over 100,000 sheets.
Knowledge initiative for employees: Porsche launched the “Fit for Digit@l” knowledge initiative in January 2018.
New work spaces make the brand’s culture and values more tangible.
With a current figure of 30,500 employees, Porsche has surpassed the 30,000 mark for the first time. This corresponds to a growth of 130 percent since 2010.
New requirements need new work environments: Porsche Digital’s new Ludwigsburg premises feature a “Digital Experience Foundry”.
A digital experience with a unique format: A total of seven Porsche Centres across Canada are the first Porsche dealers worldwide to offer virtual guided tours through the exhibition rooms, as well as online consultations.
In the future, a mobile assistant will make it easier for Porsche customers to plan and book travel: With “Porsche GO”, Porsche Digital is currently testing a service developed in-house that offers intelligent solutions for “door to door” travel.
Follow races interactively without being there – this is what Porsche Digital is working on alongside Porsche Motorsport.
Porsche AG has invested in the technology and electric sports car company Rimac Automobili by taking a minority shareholding of ten per cent. The company develops and produces electric vehicle components and manufactures electric super sports cars.
Peter van der Spuy is a die-hard Porsche fan and one of the most acclaimed jet pilots for business travelers, politicians and celebrities. His most prominent passenger was Nobel laureate Nelson Mandela, who would have turned one hundred this year.
Porsche has once again made history and won both GTE classes at the world’s toughest long distance race.
In episode 7 of 9:11 Magazine, everything is linked to the topic of “speed”. Over five chapters, the online TV series features daring world-record chasers, passionate racing drivers and dynamic sports cars.
Porsche is planning a major offensive in the GTE classes at Le Mans: a good ten 911 RSRs are eager to leave their mark on the classic long-distance race. Acoustically, they’re already in the lead.