Porsche Milestones describes Porsche's history with exquisite images and precise texts.
Porsche's lasting influence on automotive history: from the legendary 356 from 1948 to the powerful 911 GT2 RS from 2017.
A book as dynamic as the brand itself: Connoisseurs keep track, laymen get it.
In spring 2017, the Neunelfer became a millionaire: That's how many Porsches with the legendary numbers 9-1-1 have been produced since 1963.
70 years is a long way - The milestones are on the race tracks and on the roads of the world; they mark the now 70-year history of the sports car manufacturer.
In motorsport, Porsche has always taken and continues to take unconventional paths. There were the lightweight poison dwarfs of hill climbs, there was the mighty 917, the first turbo victory at Le Mans, the first racing prototype with groundeffect, the first victory of a sports car in the famous desert race from Paris to Dakar. Then in 2015, 2016 and 2017, the hat-trick of a Porsche with unique hybrid technology at Le Mans.
This book is produced in cooperation with the award-winning car magazine ramp. In ramp, the joy of cars meets the passion for making magazines. A mix of the best authors and journalists worldwide. Professional competence meets interdisciplinary lifestyle perspectives, the joy of entertaining, creative and content-related approaches and a clever love of experimentation. Most recently, The Ferrari Book - Passion for Design, Custom Bike Life and 99 automotive classics and their nicknames were published in collaboration with ramp at teNeues.
WILFRIED MÜLLER earned his first spurs as a reporter in the World Rally Championship, reported for all the major German trade journals from all possible corners of the world and wrote several books on the subject of technology and people at the limit. As a biographer of extraordinary motor sportsmen such as rally world champion Walter Röhrl and Porsche racing manager Peter Falk, Müller probed the subject deeper and won awards. For three decades, his passion has belonged to Porsche. Born in Cologne, he lives with his family in New Zealand.