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That you’re sometimes better off on all fours is a question of physics. Extreme climber Thomas Bubendorfer and 911 series head August Achleitner talk about traction, technology, and grip. And about the all-wheel drive in the new Carrera 4Download PDF/ 163 KB
Even better performance thanks to intelligent four-wheel driveDownload PDF/ 449 KB
New brand presence at Autostadt WolfsburgDownload PDF/ 291 KB
Special images—Porsche posters from the 1950s and 1960sDownload PDF/ 382 KB
The Sport Chrono Package for the 911 and the Boxster includes a g-force display, which shows acceleration forces in graphic formDownload PDF/ 464 KB
Three 911s, one spoiler: The RS 2.7, 911 Sport Classic, and 911 Carrera S SportDesignDownload PDF/ 467 KB
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