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Christophorus presents the first photos of the second generation of this sporty SUV, and it’s a strong showing.Download PDF/ 310 KB
On Portugal’s Algarve coast, you can take long view. In the
new 911 Targa 4, with its glass roof, the expanded seaside horizon also means driving fun.
The 911 GT3 RS puts auto-racing on the road. Porsche welcomes the model in Le Ceram with a racy family album: come along for a ride in the GT3, the GT3 RS, or the GT3 Cup.Download PDF/ 263 KB
Two RS Spyders racked up seven victories during the past ALMS
season – giving Porsche the Manufacturers’, Drivers’, and Team Cups.
The Porsche Tennis Grand Prix has held its successful premiere at the new Porsche Arena. Tournament Week showed that tennis is more than just a game. Or a set. Or a match.Download PDF/ 255 KB
Tablecloth instead of Center Court: The Australian Open is being redefined – at the restaurants in Sydney’s harbor district. On the zest for life of an exceptional metropolis.Download PDF/ 507 KB
Art need not always be light. Austrian Gottfried Bechtold has created a 176-ton heavyweight of a masterpiece in Bregenz: eleven concrete Porsches.Download PDF/ 166 KB
Porsche once again announced record figures. Sales were up
9.5 percent in the fiscal year 2005/06 ending on July 31, to
96,794 vehicles. Sales and earnings grew for the Group as well.
The automobile world convenes at the Paris Auto Salon every two years to present its new models. This year, Porsche introduced
the 911 Targa 4 and Targa 4S, the 911 GT3 RS, and the new RS Spyder.