Past meets future—Porsche values are alive and thriving in new models like the 911 Carrera GTS and in places like the new Porsche Design Studio, tended at vintage events by the Museum on Wheels, and accentuated in this issue by the joint Alpine tour of the Cayman GTS, the 918 Spyder, and the Carrera 6 race car.
One car, five continents: As an all-round talent, the Macan is well equipped to handle the wide range of conditions found on trips around the globe. We’ve posed our questions to eight Macan drivers from different parts of the world. As always, the answers also come from the cars themselves.
The Porsche Museum is a museum like no other. Even as they age, Porsche cars hardly retire. These witnesses-on-wheels to the past are active exhibits of the Museum on Wheels. Their appearances outside its walls demonstrate an enduring youthfulness.
With the “Timepiece No. 1” and the “Chronograph Titanium Limited Edition,” the first independent watch collection from Porsche Design has gotten off to a fitting start. The high expectations have been fulfilled through re-interpretations of the creative tradition of designer F.A. Porsche.
Form follows function—that’s not only true for all Porsche models, but also a maxim of the new design studio at the Weissach Research and Development Center. Almost everything that happens here is top secret. Head of design Michael Mauer gives us an exclusive look at his new digs.