Content Package (12 MB) – About Porsche//(Design)

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A free collection of digital resources about Porsche design.

About Porsche design – 27 cards, 12 MB

Package Index

001. Ferdinand Alexander Porsche (Webvideo)
Father of the Iconic Sports Car.
Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucP3nz8Oedc

002. Porsche Panamera (Webvideo)
Porsche Designers Comment.

003. Best Porsche Concept Cars (Webvideo)
Models to tease the enthusiasts.

004. Porsche Type 754 T7 (JPG)
1959 – Prototype made in 1961 and later became 911.

005. Porsche 989 (JPG)
1988 – Precursor to Panamera sedan and first four-door.

006. Porsche Cayenne Cabriolet (JPG)
2002 – Stood out as one of the most unusual designs similar to Targa models.

007. Porsche 918 Spyder (JPG)
2010 – Current flagship hybrid hypercar. Production 918 ended up looking almost the same.

008. Porsche Electric Supercar (MP4)
2015 – Conceptual design of the Mission E. Four-seat all-electric sports sedan.

009. Porsche Design DNA (Webvideo)
Michael Mauer: Five Answers on Design

010. Design Boom (Website)
Interview with automotive designer Pinky Lai: Porsche 996, Boxter and Cayman

+ Screenshot & Manual

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