We already know that visitors to the Porsche Museum in Zuffenhausen have an affinity for honey. That's just one of the many items available in the gift shop you'll find on site. It's not the sweet sticky stuff that is a best-selling item though, as Porsche fans are clamoring to get their hands on an actual engine. Not the full-size mill, mind you, but a 1:4 scale version of the flat-6 boxer motor you'd find under the nose of a 911 from 1966. The kit is a joint effort between creator Franzis Verlag and Porsche. Original blueprints were supplied by the automaker and Verlag created the kit in...
Exhibit Honors 40 Years Of Porsche Design
Ferdinand Alexander Porsche is best known as the designer of the iconic Porsche 911, but his artistic vision extended far beyond the world of the automobile. In 1972 F.A. Porsche founded the Porsche Design Studio, which would ultimately bring trend-setting style to the world of consumer goods...Kurt Ernst
Porsche Celebrates One Million Facebook Fans With Special 911 GT3 R Hybrid
As we first reported on sister site SocialCarNews, Porsche’s fan community on Facebook added its one-millionth fan at the turn of the year and in doing so set a new record for an automaker’s corporate page on the popular social network. Reason enough for Porsche to thank its fans with...Viknesh Vijayenthiran