Porsche Panorama video direct from your smartphone
Some exciting new technology debuts in the October issue of Panorama on the way to you now. At the end of two stories you'll find a square "bar code" tag. Snap a picture of it with your smartphone and you'll be taken to a video related to the story you're reading. Here's how it works: Get the free Microsoft Tag Reader through your smartphone browser by going to http://gettag.mobi. Open the tag reader, snap a photo of the tag printed in the magazine and you'll be automatically taken to the associated video.
No worries if you don't have a smartphone. Click here to see the 1987 McLaren-Porsche F1 car. And click here to see Patrick Long drive the GT3 R Hybrid. More
Camp4 will be coming to Canada for the first time from Feb. 20 - March 5, 2011. This exciting new program will be promoted throughout Porsche worldwide. Read the attached overview for information on all the various communication pieces and event details. More
Porsche CEO on the Panamera Turbo
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Porsche Cars North America CEO Detlev Von Platen on the company's new vehicle and expansion plans. More
2010 Petit Le Mans: Porsche ALMS Race Recap
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Patrick Long (USA) and Joerg Bergmeister (Germany), with assistance today from fellow Porsche factory driver Marc Lieb (Germany), clinched the 2010 American Le Mans Series GT championship with a gritty fifth-place in GT in their #45 Flying Lizard Porsche 911 GT3 RSR. More
Porsche revenue at record high amid China demand
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Porsche AG's revenues rose 17.9 percent to a new record high in its latest financial year and unit sales climbed 8.8 percent, helped by surging demand in China and a smaller increase in North America, the company said. Porsche's revenues in the year that ended on July 31 totaled euro7.79 billion ($10.5 billion), the company said. It sold 81,850 vehicles worldwide. More
Porsche's $275,000 911 Speedster may sell out by late October
Porsche AG said the new limited- production 911 Speedster may sell out by the end of October as orders for the sports car grow "by the hour." Porsche, which is unveiling the fourth version of the 911 Speedster at the Paris Motor Show, will start delivering the 408-horsepower vehicle worldwide in November, Wolfgang Duerheimer, the company’s development chief, said in an interview in the French capital. Production will be restricted to 356 cars priced at $275,000. More
Porsche's new CEO takes the helm at the Paris Auto Show
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Matthias Müller, the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Stuttgart, Germany-based Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, officially assumed Porsche AG Board of Management responsibilities when outgoing CEO Michael Macht ceremonially handed the Porsche steering wheel to his successor on the eve of the 2010 Paris Auto Show. More
The Porsche Panamera as a towing machine
The most evident difference between driving in a family car and a sports car is the speed. While the sports car owner takes pride and joy in being able to zip about in his sports car, the family car owner has to settle with driving at speeds much slower. Now the car that zips also has the added power of being able to tow another car even if that car be the slow favorite family car of someone else. More
The Porsche Club of America Visa Platinum Rewards Card
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New PCA Merchandise
Great PCA gift ideas...Now with PCA, Drivers Education and Porsche logos! More