Porsche 997 Generation 1 911 GT3 RS and the 911 GT3 Brochure 2006

997 Generation 1 GT3 and GT3 RS 2006 in white

Porsche 997 Generation 1 911 GT3 RS and the 911 GT3 Brochure 2006

Origin: motorsport

  • More than 50 years of racing heritage
  • More than 28,000 victories
  • Uncompromising race engineering
  • Every car designed exclusively around the driver

At Porsche, we have always based our success on two fundamental principles: technical innovation and its consistent application to the genuine needs of the driver.

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Porsche 911 997 Generation 2 Brochure 2009

Porsche 911 997 Generation 2 2009

Porsche 911 997 Generation 2 Brochure 2009

The 911

Other manufacturers can build a sportscar. But what makes a sportscar a 911? It may have the classic exterior design to which you are accustomed, but we have furnished it with advanced engineering technology.

An efficient engine and the optional Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) transmission – for reduced fuel consumption and emissions, and outstanding dynamics.

And the Porsche Communication Management information system – for direct, intuitive control. In short: a car with inner strength. The 911.

 

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Porsche 911 996 Brochure 1998

Porsche 996 1997 blue

Porsche 911 996 Brochure - 1998

Evolution 911

Everything we know so far

It was the last week of May 1948 when it rolled out of a small workshop in the Austrian village of Gmund - the realisation of Dr Ferdinand Porsche's dream to build a sports car bearing his own name. The collective wisdom of 50 years' of technological achievement distilled into four wheels and an engine.

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Porsche 911 997 US Brochure 2007

Porsche 911 997 US 2007 in gold

Porsche 911 997 US Brochure 2007

Beautifully engineered.

Comfortably quick.

The true genius of an idea can be judged by how well it stands the test of time. For well over four decades, the Porsche 911 has literally defined what a sports car should be.

There have been continual changes, enhancements and upgrades to be sure, but the original formula, the basic design, remains surprisingly and thankfully intact.

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