PAUSE FOR A MOMENT TO TAKE A LOOK IN THE REAR-VIEW MIRROR to check out the 2015 Porsche year in review.  It’s an annual jubilant look-back at all of the wonderful things Porsche rolled out for us all over the past year.


January

On the Birth of a Legend

The Porsche 918 Spyder:  Once a daring idea, a reality today.  Three new books give insights into the lighthouse project and show the super sports car like you’ve never seen it before.

918 Spyder in snow, Picture Book, Stefan Bogner. Credit: Porsche AG
Credit: Porsche AG

 


February

Porsche for the playroom

Porsche has been working with PLAYMOBIL and LEGO to develop playsets.  We show you how the miniature Porsches are created.

 


March

Porsche achieves new records

Porsche has set new records in terms of deliveries, revenue and profit in the 2014 fiscal year — that’s what the company announces during the annual press conference.

2015 Porsche year in review: Vice President Communications Hans-Gerd Bode, CEO Matthias Müller,CFO Lutz Meschke (l-r), annual press conference, Porsche Museum, 2015. Credit: Porsche AG
Vice President Communications Hans-Gerd Bode, CEO Matthias Müller, CFO Lutz Meschke (l-r), annual press conference, Porsche Museum, 2015. Credit: Porsche AG

 


April

Porsche Tennis Grand Prix 2015

Angelique Kerber is the new tennis queen of Stuttgart.  The 27-year old German has won the final of the 38th Porsche Tennis Grand Prix.

 


May

Porsche opens new headquarters in Atlanta

Porsche Cars North America has officially opened its new $100 million Porsche Experience Center (PEC) and headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia.

2015 Porsche year in review: Porsche's Atlanta Experience Center and HQ, from track. Porsche AG
Porsche’s Atlanta Experience Center and HQ, from track. Credit: Porsche AG

 


June

One-two for Porsche

Mission accomplished:  Porsche wins the 17th overall victory in Le Mans.  The race at a glance.

 


July

40 years of Nardò

The test center was inaugurated as the “Corporation for Automobile Test Tracks Nardò on July 1st, 1975.  40 years of successful testing in a review.

2015 Porsche year in review: Aerial of Nardo Test Center. Credit: Porsche AG
Aerial of Nardo Test Center. Credit: Porsche AG

 


August

“Inspiration 911” on the Porscheplatz

Three pillars, each crowned with a Porsche 911 — this is the new sculpture on the Porscheplatz in Stuttgart, Zuffenhausen.

2015 Porsche year in review: Porsche SE 2014 group profit 2 billion euro: A wide-angle nighttime shot of Porscheplatz, the Porsche Factory and the towering draft of a centerpiece sculpture, Stuttgart. Credit: Porsche AG
Porscheplatz and “Inspiration 911” sculpture at night. Credit: Porsche AG

 


September

Porsche at IAA 2015

Together with the new 911 Carrera, Porsche presented the Mission E concept car at the IAA in Frankfurt.  A combination that caused a sensation not only at the IAA in Frankfurt but all over the world as well.

2015 Porsche year in review: CEO Matthias Muller with Mission E and 991 Carrera S at 2015 IAA, Frankfurt. Credit: Porsche AG
CEO Matthias Muller with Mission E and 991 Carrera S at 2015 IAA, Frankfurt. Credit: Porsche AG

 


October

Oliver Blume is new CEO

The Supervisory Board of Porsche AG appointed Dr. Oliver Blume the Chairman of the Executive Board of the sports car manufacturer effective.  Blume succeeds Matthias Müller.

2015 Porsche year in review: Dr. Oliver Blume, new CEO, 2015, Porsche AG. Credit: Porsche AG
Dr. Oliver Blume, new CEO, 2015, Porsche AG. Credit: Porsche AG

 


November

WEC titles for Porsche

Successful season: Porsche wins the manufacturer’s and drivers’ title in the LMP1 class and even three championship titles in the GTE classes.

2015 Porsche year in review: The Porsche Team celebrating the WEC Drivers' Championship, in Bahrain, 2015. Credit: Porsche AG
The Porsche Team celebrating the WEC Drivers’ Championship, in Bahrain, 2015. Credit: Porsche AG

 


December

Green light for Mission E

The first 100% electrically powered Porsche is on its way.  It will be launched at the end of the decade.  The supervisory board of the Porsche AG gave the green light for the Mission E project.

 

Source: Kind courtesy of Dr. Ing. h.c.F. Porsche Aktiengesellschaft