Video: Porsche Intelligent Performance

Porsche has unveiled a new commercial that shows that our love for cars is in our DNA. Okay, so our love for cars cannot be described as a genetic trait, but Porsche has put together their own strand of DNA that will allow them to continue producing cars at their magnitude, and they’ve created this commercial to explain it to all. Taking the concept a step further, Porsche has even revealed a web special page that explains the idea behind this commercial. Their main goal is to illustrate what makes a Porsche model so special. If you speak German then the explanation will be clear. If you don’t, well, you might need a translator to figure it out. Regardless the video is pretty cool, so check it out!

The "Porsche Intelligent Performance" is what makes a Porsche so special. This concept is what leads Porsche to create more efficient engines and lighter bodies. Porsche also explains that this concept allows them to create vehicles with more power, but with lower fuel consumption and lower emissions. Basically, the concept is just a name for the intelligent minds of the engineers that exist within Porsche, and the incredible results these engineers produce. If you want to see this concept in action then you can just take a look at the 911 GT3 R hybrid, the Cayenne S hybrid, and the Concept Study 918 Spyder

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4 comments:

  (594) posted on 07.6.2011

Well I guess Porsche just want to prove that their cars are indeed a work of art. Which
is exactly true and we all know that.

  (474) posted on 06.6.2011

haha. Yeah! i like this commercial starting from being a boring car to a all new level! VW really innovates itself to compete with newer cars!

  (378) posted on 06.6.2011

I guess, its not about the commercial but in the real sense is that who is the most reliable. In the case like this, comparing the engine performance of both car would be a great solution.

  (765) posted on 11.9.2010

Sometimes I build Porsche on their excellent car configuration (available on Porsche’s website) just for fun.

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