October / November 2007

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Ride into the Future

Move today what you’ll see tomorrow: That modified version of this year’s International Motor Show slogan is what the 911 Turbo Cabrio is all about - as we’ll show you in this tour of Frankfurt.

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Beyond the Imagination

Porsche presents a great top athlete: the new 911 GT2 is the most powerful 911 of all time. It ventures into new dimensions - and not just because of its technology.

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Batteries Included

The Hybrid Cayenne will be here within this decade. A workshop at the Porsche Development Center shows how fuel consumption can be reduced by up to 25 percent.

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Siberian Tigers

A fleet of Cayenne S Transsyberias has tackled one great adventure: the grueling course from Moscow to Mongolia. A trip for those who can handle anything.

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Champion’s Time Travel

For eleven years, Jochen Mass was a factory driver at Porsche. In the storeroom of the Porsche Museum, he experiences racing history once again - and in a completely new way.

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Triple Triumph

Twenty-five years ago, Porsche celebrated its first victory in Le Mans with the 956/962 - a triple crown. The race car that never wanted to retire was to rake in plenty more wins and become a legend.

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Bridging Desires

It’s more than just a connection between two points: bridges give a driver something like a feeling of weightlessness - even when all four wheels are still on the ground.

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The Beauty of Budapest

Budapesters are purely men’s business. The traditional German brand Dinkelacker, which maintains a factory in the Hungarian capital, cultivates the tradition and fascination of this shoe.

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News: Typical 911: The Fastest to Get to 100,000

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News: Porsche – the Most Attractive Brand in North America

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