For 60 years, Porsche has given the world some of the finest and most awesome production and race cars ever built. And in their latest commercial featuring their latest crown jewel, the Porsche Panamera, they managed to show us a whole lot of them in just under 60 seconds.

The ad, which they’re calling, ’60 years of...’, takes us for a brief but extremely fast ride of all the machines Porsche has created over the course of six decades, and although the ad looks great at the start, the faster the cuts began, the more confusing it got.

We understand the whole drama and effects behind the ad, but we feel it would have been better if they didn’t change the photos and text too fast, which was what they did but felt it like we were trying to catch just so we could appreciate the commercial more.

Nevertheless, it’s still worth a watch or two depending on how fast your eyes are.

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4 comments:

  (815) posted on 01.11.2010

Well I guess for a 60 years of manufacturing good cars to the state of reaching the goal to be the fastest among the supercars around the world and have a really high reputation on the market, it really turns them on to create and to create a machine that can suit for everyone’s expectation.

Naterade22  (238) posted on 12.14.2009

GT-R owns Porsche

Naterade22  (17) posted on 12.14.2009

Porsche Cars as we know they are favourite and have powerful engines such as the Carrera GT,Panamera,911 GT3, even Porsche Carrera 2S when it defeated Audi R8 but Porsche company don’t know the danger that will happen to them from Bugatti Veyron and I say it will impossible that Porsche with 1120 HP will defeat Bugatti Veyron and Bugatti less than this Porsche and I think Bugatti Veyron 16.4 and this Porsche will have a drag race.

Naterade22  (571) posted on 12.13.2009

Of course, one of the favorites of all the cars that I know. It’s not about the speed by the way, it’s about the ventures of the car for six decades and the quality and the assembly definitely that good.

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