In this issue we have you covered with a buffet of Porsche choice, starting with a scalpel-sharp factory 996 GT3 in Zanzibar Red, moving to the top shelf grand touring rocket ship in new 992 911 Turbo S. We take a tour of the Johan Dirickx Rennsport focused JFD Collection in Belgium and the trophy cabinet of Porsche engineering hall of famer Norbert Singer. The Cayenne Coupe Turbo S E-Hybrid follows with a call to head to the mountains, then we meet a Safari 911 created in Malta. The Audi/Porsche RS2 shows why it started an estate movement with its engineering prowess, then we admire the understated beauty of our 1960s cover car, an appreciation of art and design brings us near to home but before we close, a visit to Porsche Experience Center Los Angeles is a must, where we talk Porsche with Jennifer Nicole Malacarne.
Be it engineering, restoring, collecting, experiencing or driving, Duck & Whale issue 15 is here to unlock your lock down.
Featured columns: • Nick Taylor - Opinion Column • Geoff Morgan - Resident Column
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