This book chronicles Porsche's 70-year history, highlighting key milestones both on the racetracks and the roads. In the realm of motorsport, Porsche has consistently pursued unconventional paths, as exemplified by the speedy lightweight hill climbers, powerful 917, pioneering turbo victory at Le Mans, ground effect racing prototype, and sports car triumph in the Paris to Dakar desert race. A significant achievement came in 2015, 2016, and 2017 when the Porsche 919 secured a Le Mans hat trick through its unique hybrid technology.
On the road, Porsche's legacy began with the 356 in the 1950s, evolving into increasingly beautiful and faster sports car generations. The 911, introduced in the mid-sixties, remains a stroke of genius whose design and technology continue to inspire reinterpretations. Porsche's history is filled with bold deviations from convention, exemplified by the 356 Speedster, 911 Carrera RS 2.7, the daring Boxster, the successful Cayenne, and the rapid follow-up, the Macan.
This book, created in collaboration with the makers of the award-winning magazine "ramp," combines international expertise to provide an entertaining, creative, and informative perspective on Porsche's cars and culture.
|Szczegóły:||224 strony, 33 x 26 x 2.6 cm, twarda oprawa|
|Ilustracje:||50 zdjęć czarno-białych i 100 kolorowych|
|Wydawca:||teNeues Publishing UK Ltd (GB, 2017)|