In the second Porsche News Update of 2022, we introduce the 911 Sport Classic, a model that revives the style of the 1960s and early 1970s and represents the most emotionally driven concepts of the Porsche product strategy. Providing an in-depth look at not only the distinctive design cues and driver-centric layout that make this model so unique, but also the wider Heritage Design philosophy that has provided us with two iconic models, so far…
Taking a look back at the iconic Goodwood Festival of Speed, we re-live all of the action. The festival's theme 'The Innovators – Masterminds of Motorsport' made it the perfect backdrop for the dynamic debuts of the 911 Sport Classic and GT4 ePerformance, and the global reveal of the 963 LMDh spec racecar. Elsewhere, we take a closer look at the Panamera, in the second of three exploratory articles summarising this impressive model line.Discover more
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