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Engineering the Performance Car 700678

Porsche has been engineering performance cars for many years, with careful attention paid to the more specific needs of a well-engineered racing car. Developments originally for racing cars have been of great help in the preparation of series cars. Development of a desirable racing car involves combining the best of all engineering discoveries, such as weight reduction, engine performance, driveability, comfort, interior design, safety, and so forth. These very same factors are applied to series cars in order to evolve the most satisfactory series car possible.

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