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One of Porsche's greatest success stories to date was the Boxster, which went into series production in 1996 and quickly became a global success.
The Carrera RS 2.7 was the first road sports car in the world to get front and rear spoilers, which provided more driving stability and higher top speed.
This rare Pre-A Carrera Speedster, which was only built 15 times, was fitted with a 1.5-litre engine that at the time already produced a whopping 100 hp at 6,200 rpm.
For 18 long years, Bulli fans had to wait for a new generation of the T-model. Now, on 10 June, the all-new VW T7 Multivan finally celebrated its world premiere.
This attractive Porsche is one of 614 Targa models built in 1969 and comes in a specially ordered Metallic Blue colour.
The 924 Carrera GTR was - apart from the GTR Le Mans and GTP - the most powerful and fastest of Porsche's first generation of water-cooled racing cars.
This restored Beetle looks like a real driving school car of the 50s, but in reality it never was.
When Andre Jürgens fires up his Golf, he is all too happy to draw long plumes of smoke across the asphalt.
When it was introduced to the market, the VW Golf GTI quickly became a sporty cult car. Interesting views on this from Marco Pavone, Head of Exterior Design for the new Golf GTI.
This Porsche 911 S Targa is one of the few examples built with a soft plastic rear window from late 1966 to 1968. A glass rear window was also available from 1967.
In order to expand its engine range with another type of drive, Volkswagen commissions Porsche to develop a diesel engine in 1951. But its development turns out differently than expected.
For many, the "Samba" is the symbol of hippie culture. Yet it was an extremely popular minibus long before the flower power generation and was to become the crowning glory of the Bulli cult.
This visually unusual buggy is certainly not to everyone's taste, but it is very distinctive.
At the beginning of the 1990s, Porsche was in the midst of the deepest economic crisis in its history. Only a radical change of strategy can save the brand.
The VW T1, which was in great demand, had been produced at the main plant in Wolfsburg since 1950. When its production capacity was reached, VW planned a new Transporter plant. Hannover was chosen as the location.
This Porsche 911 IROC RSR is one of only 15 cars that were specially built in Weissach in 1974 for the International Race of Champions.
The Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 4x4 Paris-Dakar (953) and Walter Röhrl: two legends from the Porsche rally programme of the 1980s meet as part of "Cold Start by GP".
In February 2021, Bruce Meyers passed away at the age of 94. His ingenious buggy was so well received worldwide that it was imitated over 250,000 times.
Only rarely do concept cars deliver on their promises of styling and technology breakthroughs. The VW XL1 from 2011 with its new approach to hybrid drives and vehicle construction is such an exception.
When the Golf GTI Mk1 was launched in 1976, hardly anyone believed that it would become the world's most successful compact sports car and an icon.
The eco-Polo had a two-cylinder diesel engine with direct injection and G40 supercharger and consumed only 3 litres per 100 kilometres - sensational for the time!
Just in time for the launch, the fans of the most successful sports car of all time can experience the exciting story behind the design of the LEGO Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Targa at an online car meet.
With the roadster study by Grant Larson shown at the Detroit Motor Show in 1993, Porsche took up where the 550 Spyder and 718 RS 60 left off in the 1950s - the public and experts were thrilled.
Luke Cartwright from the UK gave a normal Golf 3 GTI a tune-up on the outside and inside, plus a Turbo and Airride upgrade.
Rod Emory and his team are renowned for building highly individual Porsche 356s, and this gritty Porsche 356 RSR Outlaw will test the tolerance of tradition-minded Porsche enthusiasts.
Thanks to the strategic foresight of the British officer and engineer Ivan Hirst, the first Volkswagen Limousine with the internal designation "Type 1" rolled off the production line on 27 December 1945. It would later become world famous as the "Beetle".
Since 1950, the Volkswagen brand has been shipping cars abroad that have been dismantled into individual parts to be assembled in the destination country. The process is called "Completely knocked down (CKD)".
This convertible was the first in its class to feature a permanently installed roll bar on the B-pillar to improve rollover protection and structural integrity - a design feature that was quickly compared to the handle of a picnic basket.
Bruce Pascal started collecting Hot Wheels cars when he was seven. Today, he owns the world's most valuable collection with 7,000 rare toy cars and one-of-a-kind pieces, including the pink Beach Bomb worth about US$150,000.
If you want to own an original Golf 2 Rallye in top condition, you have to dig deep into your pocket. Or you can skilfully put your own hands on it, like Andre Schalkowsky from Hameln.
Underneath this beautiful metal cover of the original 911 model with wide body kit lies a tuned Porsche 964 technology together with a 320 hp 3.8 litre boxer engine.
A team of eight Huichol artists worked 9,000 hours to meticulously decorate this Beetle inside and out with traditional patterns and motifs with over 2 million beads.
The Porsche Carrera RS 2.7 Advent calendar is a special pre-Christmas present for all collectors and fans of this sports car and was created in cooperation with the Porsche Museum.