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The new Cayenne roars onto the scene. On the Iberian Peninsula, the current models of the sporty SUV show what’s in them.Download PDF/ 392 KB
In Spain, the new Cayenne became a star. The film is being shown on TV worldwide – but the pictures of the shoot are a Christophorus exclusive.Download PDF/ 465 KB
Through all four seasons in nine days – not wizardry, just a unique experience of New Zealand magic: in a Cayman from Christchurch to Mirror Lake.Download PDF/ 689 KB
The RS Spyder is on course: before the season start of the American Le Mans Series, the sports prototype was subjected to a tough twenty-four-hour endurance test in Le Castellet.Download PDF/ 243 KB
Newly restored, the Porsche 909 meets two old friends again from the racing department. A meeting with the 1968 Bergspyder, one of the most unusual race cars ever.Download PDF/ 326 KB
Telling time: Jack W. Heuer, honorary chairman of TAG Heuer, reminisces about bygone racing days, great drivers, and his encounter with Porsche.Download PDF/ 296 KB
Jeans, once the epitome of the practical, have long since become a status symbol. Luxury versions rise above the blue masses.Download PDF/ 396 KB
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