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October / November 2006

If you're curious and would like to know more about our Porsche magazine, you’ll find selected articles here for you to read as a sample.

We hope you enjoy reading them – and if you want to read more, you can apply for subscription to “Christophorus” online now.

Fast Friends

The new Cayman proves itself in an uncommon venue: The snappy mid-engine sports coupe tours the urban jungle.

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Taking Direction

The dialogue between the driver and the sports car is a sensual experience. But how does that typical “Porsche-Feeling” actually develop?

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Beautiful View

Enlightenment: The 911 Targa 4 and the even more powerful
911 Targa 4S – now available only with permanent all-wheel-drive.

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A Trust-Building Measure

A road vehicle can’t get any closer to being a race car than this: The
911 GT3 RS makes the grade in everyday driving just as it does on the racetrack.

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Wide Wild West

The Porsche RS Spyder’s entry into the American Le Mans Series is also a logistical challenge, not the least factor being the costly transportation of material between the racetracks.

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Motion Detector

The new Porsche Calendarium provides an exciting chronicle of the company.

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On the High Seas

The thrill of the America’s Cup: Valencia hosts the final contest for participation in 2007.

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Better Living

Class act: The ambiance at the hotel Falkenstein is one of timeless elegance.

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News

Porsche is expanding its cooperation with the railway.

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News

Triumph: Thirty-one-year-old Richard Westbrook drove the 911 GT3 Cup to victory in the Porsche Michelin Supercup.

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News

Showcase: The 911 GT3 Cup in front of the new motorsports warehouse, where around 20,000 different spare parts are stored and ready for use.

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