The Porsche 911, arguably the world's most iconic sports car is celebrating its 60th birthday in September 2023, after first appearing in 1963 at the Frankfurt International Motor Show.
Showcasing an unmistakable silhouette, the Porsche 911 has evolved fittingly over the years but still pays homage to the original.
Michael Mauer, Porsche Chief Designer, has been responsible for the design for almost 20 years. In this interview, he talks about the glorious legacy of the 911, along with other interesting points.
Read the full interview here .
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