Porsche brochures/catalogues in PDF format

Please note: year shows the issuing year of the material, not model year.

356 (1948-1965)

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 1961 356 B T6 USA: 1600, 1600 S, Super 90, Coupé/Cabriolet (41 MB)
“No annual model changes force obsolescence of Porsche automobiles”
“Driving a Porsche, you can, with small effort, believe that the seat of your trousers is part of the automobile.”
“Note leg room - comfortable even for the man who is well over six feet tall."
“The transmission works as smoothly as a spoon of molasses and you can slam it back and forth from gear to gear just as quickly you can move your hand.”
“The Porsche was designed for 50-50 fore-and-aft weight distribution. At about 60 miles an hour, air pressure bears down on the wind-tunnel-bred frontal area and the balance becomes exact almost to a pound.”
“The brakes are about 50% oversize and air-cooled beyond possibility of fade; and the steering very soft and very quick, is what power steering tries to be and is not.”
“Instrument panel is carefully human-engineered.”
“The available acceleration is astounding... a Porsche driver sits there, clipping through holes in the traffic pattern that just aren’t there for anybody else, and, when he wants to, running away from almost everything he sees.”
“The Porsche body is a rigid, boltless steel shell created by welding together more than 500 parts.”
“... fewer than 50 Porsches are built each day.”

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/09 Porsche Classic: 356, 911, 914, 924, 928, 944, 968, 959, in German (7 MB)


718

PDF 2016/01 718 Boxster Turbo 2.0, 718 Boxster S Turbo 2.5 In German/Deutsch (16 MB)

PDF 2016/04 718 Cayman/Boxster Turbo 2.0 / S Turbo 2.5 (20 MB)

PDF 2016/04 718 Cayman/Boxster Turbo 2.0 / S Turbo 2.5 In German/Deutsch (20 MB)

PDF 2017/03 718 Cayman/Boxster Turbo 2.0 / S Turbo 2.5 (24 MB)

PDF 2017/10 718 Cayman/Boxster GTS Turbo 2.5 In German/Deutsch (17 MB)


911 1.generation (1964-1973)

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 1963/09 901 (13 MB)
“...the new transmission has five forward speeds...”
"The inside space has been enlarged while keeping the outside dimensions down - here exceeding the overall length of the Type 356 only 120 mm, yet reducing the overall width by 70 mm."
"...front fenders have been made detachable to simplify repairs.", "Acceleration 0-100 kmh (0-62.1 mph) 9.1 sec."

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 1973 911 2.4 USA: T, E, S (25 MB)
“...protected from overrevving by an ignition RPM governor”
“With all the Porsche racing victories it is easy to forget that the vast majority of Porsches are driven in normal, everyday traffic”
“...front luggage compartment - which because of the space saving front axle design offers 200 litres (7.1 cubic feet) of storage”
“Owning a Porsche 911 is more than a matter of money. It’s a matter of style. Porsche owners tend to be people who take pride in the things they own. People, above all, who look beyond the obvious”
“911S: stabilizers, velour carpeting, oil pressure and oil reservoir gauges”
“911E/911S: front apron function as a spoiler”

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 1973 911 Carrera RS 2.7 (21 MB)
“Monday to the office. Tuesday to Geneva. Back in the evening. Wednesday shopping. City. Traffic-jam. Crawling traffic, but no spark plug soot. Thursday high-road, Motorway, bends, field-paths, building plots. Friday only short distances and cold starts again. Saturday to Finland with the holiday luggage."
“A car for the race track - a car for the road: The CARRERA RS."

This catalogue is issued in 1972 and shows the prototype and not the production car. Information about the 165 mm tyres is wrong, even the less powerful variants had already 185 tyres.

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/09 Porsche Classic: 356, 911, 914, 924, 928, 944, 968, 959, in German (7 MB)


911 G-model (1974-1989)

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 1975 911 S/Carrera USA (28 MB)
“... we are able to produce only 65 cars each day. Which gives us the smallest output of any production automobile manufacturer. A record we’re proud of”
“You cannot, for example, buy a Porsche with zero mileage. Because every Porsche is taken for a test drive by our factory test drivers. It is driven for 30 kilometres...”
“It’s very easy to start driving a Porsche. It’s a lot harder to stop driving one.”

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 1977 Model range USA: 911 SC, 911 Turbo, 924, 928 (60 MB)
“911: More than 130.000 have been built...”
“Porsche engineers its cars to stay on the road, where they belong”

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 1978 911 SC, Turbo technical data model year 1979 (4 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/09 Porsche Classic: 356, 911, 914, 924, 928, 944, 968, 959, in German (7 MB)


911 964 (1989-1993)

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 1992/12 911 Speedster USA (21 MB)
“Built with the belief that sports cars should not isolate drivers from the driving experience, nor from the world around them”, “Wheels painted to body color (silver wheels with black exterior)”, “Leather racing type black or body-color-keyed bucket seats”, “Door panels with black or color-keyed pull straps to open doors”

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/09 Porsche Classic: 356, 911, 914, 924, 928, 944, 968, 959, in German (7 MB)


911 993 (1993-1998)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/09 Porsche Classic: 356, 911, 914, 924, 928, 944, 968, 959, in German (7 MB)


911 997.1 (2004-2009)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2005/12 911 Turbo 3.6 Coupé (3 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2006/05 911 Carrera, 4, S, 4S, Coupé/Cabriolet, Targa 4/4S, X51 WLS (3 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2006/07 911 GT3 3.6, GT3 RS 3.6 (4 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2008/03 911 GT2 (3 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2007/09 Porsche Service 911 Maintenance information (1 MB)


911 997.2 (2008-2012)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2009/05 911 Carrera USA Owner’s Manual (4 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2009/06 911 Sport Classic (30 MB) “The design of the Fuchs wheel was originally developed for the 911 by Otto Fuchs KG...”

PDF downloadable for registered user 2009/08 911 Turbo 3.8 USA Owner’s Manual (4 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2009/09 911 GT3 3.8, GT3 RS 3.8 (4 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2009/11 911 Carrera, 4, S, 45, Coupé/Cabriolet, Targa 4/4S (5 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2009/11 911 Turbo 3.8, Turbo S, Coupé/Cabriolet (6 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2010/01 911 GT2 RS (4 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2010/05 Tequipment 911, Dutch version (4 MB)
19" wheels (Fuchs, RS Spyder look, Turbo II, SportDesign, Carrera Sport, Carrera S II, Carrera Classic, Carrera IV), Aerokit Turbo, SportDesign front bumper, Aerokit Cup, hardtop, clear glass rear lamps, side stickers, 911-logo, snow chains, spacers, Carrera S WLS powerkit, PCCB, sport exhaust system, sport exhaust pipes, short shift kit, bucket seat, Pan Americana roll cage, carbon interior, door entry guards, child seat, roof rack, roof box, car cover, charge-o-mat etc.

PDF downloadable for registered user 2010/06 911 Carrera GTS Coupé/Cabriolet (8 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2010/12 Exclusive 911 (7 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/07 Tequipment 911 (7 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/11 The all-wheel-drive model range, 911 Carrera 4/4S/4 GTS Coupé/Cabriolet, Targa 4/4S (6 MB)


911 991.1 (2011-2015)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/05 911 Carrera, S Coupé (10 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/09 911 Carrera, S, Coupé/Cabriolet (11 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/10 Exclusive 911 (4 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2012/01 911 Carrera, S, 4, 4S, Coupé/Cabriolet (14 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2012/05 Exclusive 911 (5 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2012/05 Tequipment 911 (6 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2013 911 Turbo USA (6 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2013/03 911 Carrera, S, 4, 4S, Coupé/Cabriolet (12 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2013/03 Exclusive 911 In German/Deutsch (12 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2013/03 911 GT3 (24 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2013/06 Tequipment 911 (19 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2013/10 911 Targa 4 (9 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2013/11 911 Targa 4 In German/Deutsch (14 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2014/03 The 911 (12 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2014/03 911 Turbo In German/Deutsch (11 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2014/06 Tequipment 911 In German/Deutsch (18 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2014/11 Exclusive 911 (6 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2015/01 911 Targa 4 GTS (5 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2015/03 911 GT3 RS In German/Deutsch (11 MB)


911 991.2 (2015-2018)

PDF 2015/09 911 Carrera, S (Turbo 3.0) (13 MB)

PDF 2015/09 911 Carrera, S (Turbo 3.0) In German/Deutsch (13 MB)

PDF 2015/10 911 Carrera, S, 4, 4S, Coupé, Targa, Cabriolet (Turbo 3.0) (34 MB)

PDF 2015/10 911 Carrera, S, 4, 4S, Coupé, Targa, Cabriolet (Turbo 3.0) In German/Deutsch (18 MB)

PDF 2015/12 911 Turbo 3.8, Turbo S, Coupé, Cabriolet In German/Deutsch (11 MB)

PDF 2016/09 911 GT3 Cup 4.0 (4 MB)

PDF 2017/03 911 GT3 4.0 In German/Deutsch (17 MB)

PDF 2017/06 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series In German/Deutsch (20 MB)

PDF 2017/10 911 Carrera T In German/Deutsch (8 MB)


914 (1969-1975)

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 1973 914 USA: 1.7L and 2.0L 4-cylinder (25 MB)
“It’s as close as we could get to building a mountain goat. It’ll take you to the most dizzying heights, thanks to electronic fuel injection that feeds the engine the exact amount of gas it needs at all times.”
“There’s a bigger engine with more horsepower. It makes you feel as good as you look. It has forged light alloy wheels. They make you look as good as you feel.”

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 1975 914 USA: 1.8L and 2.0L 4-cylinder (24 MB)
“For one thing, it’s very peppy. It goes from 0-60 in 12 seconds. /.../ Up till now we have been talking about the Porsche 914 with a 2-litre engine. But some people don’t require so much power, so we built a 914 with a 1.8-litre engine.”

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/09 Porsche Classic: 356, 911, 914, 924, 928, 944, 968, 959, in German (7 MB)


924 (1975-1988)

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 1977 924 USA (30 MB)
“For even more control we equipped the 924 with radial tires”
“...924 is a sleek, European sports car that’s spacious, luxuriously comfortable and economical. Add to all of this the fact it’s a Porsche and what better way is there to travel?”

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 1977 Model range USA: 924, 911 SC Coupé/Targa, 928, 911 Turbo 3.3 (60 MB)
924: “Only its owner needs to know how affordable it is”
“Body details were carefully studied to reduce wind noise and keep the windows and taillights clear of rain and road dirt”

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/09 Porsche Classic: 356, 911, 914, 924, 928, 944, 968, 959, in German (7 MB)


928 (1978-1995)

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 1977 Model range USA: 928, 924, 911 SC Coupé/Targa, 911 Turbo 3.3 (60 MB)
928: “It has self-adjusting hydraulic valve lifters which, like the breakerless transistor ignition and CIS fuel-injection system, needs no periodic maintenance”
“Entering turns, the rear-wheel alignment self-adjusts to decelerating forces to maintain ideal tracking”
“Possible problems are signaled by an On-board Warning System...”

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 1979 model year Technical Data 928 USA (3 MB)

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 1981 model year Technical Data 928 USA (3 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/09 Porsche Classic: 356, 911, 914, 924, 928, 944, 968, 959, in German (7 MB)


944 (1982-1991)

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 2011/09 Porsche Classic: 356, 911, 914, 924, 928, 944, 968, 959, in German (7 MB)


959 (1987-1988)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/09 Porsche Classic: 356, 911, 914, 924, 928, 944, 968, 959, in German (7 MB)


968 (1991-1995)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/09 Porsche Classic: 356, 911, 914, 924, 928, 944, 968, 959, in German (7 MB)

Boxster 987.2 (2009-2011)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2010/01 Boxster, S (5 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2010/01 Boxster Spyder (3 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2009/05 Owner's manual Boxster USA-verson (7 MB)


Boxster 981.1 (2011-2015)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/11 Boxster, S (12 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/12 Exclusive Boxster (4 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2012/01 Tequipment Boxster (5 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2012/10 Tequipment Boxster (6 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2013/06 Boxster, S (14 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2014/03 Boxster, S, GTS In German/Deutsch (16 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2015/04 Boxster Spyder In German/Deutsch (10 MB)


Cayenne 955 (2003-2006)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2005 Cayenne Turbo S model year 2006 (4 MB)


Cayenne 957 (2007-2010)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2008/05 Cayenne 3.6, S, GTS, Turbo (4 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2007/09 Porsche Service Cayenne Maintenance information (1 MB)


Cayenne 958.1 (2010-2014)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2009/12 Exclusive Cayenne (4 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2010/03 Cayenne Diesel, 3.6, Hybrid, S, Turbo (5 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/06 Cayenne Diesel, 3.6, Hybrid, S, Turbo (12 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/07 Tequipment Cayenne (6 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2012/02 Exclusive Cayenne (6 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2012/02 Exclusive interior Cayenne (3 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2012/04 Cayenne GTS (4 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2012/09 Cayenne Diesel S V8 (6 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2013/06 Tequipment Cayenne (8 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2013/06 Cayenne Diesel, 3.6, Hybrid, S, GTS, Turbo (16 MB)


Cayenne 958.2 (2014-2017)

PDF 2014/08 Cayenne (13 MB)

PDF 2015/01 Cayenne Turbo S In German/Deutsch (10 MB)

PDF 2014/04 Exclusive Cayenne (16 MB)


Cayman 987.1 (2006-2009)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2006/05 Cayman, S (3 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2007/09 Porsche Service Cayman Maintenance information (1 MB)


Cayman 987.2 (2009-2012)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2010/01 Cayman, S (3 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2010/09 Cayman R (5 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2010/12 Exclusive Cayman (7 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/01 Cayman, S (8 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/07 Tequipment Cayman (8 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2009/05 Owner's manual Cayman USA-version (6 MB)


Cayman 981.1 (2012-2015)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2012/10 Cayman, S (20 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2013/03 Tequipment Cayman (16 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2014/11 Exclusive Cayman (5 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2015/02 Cayman GT4 In German/Deutsch (7 MB)


Macan 95B (2014-2017)

PDF 2015/03 Macan S, Macan Turbo 3.6 (15 MB)

PDF 2015/03 Macan S, Macan Turbo 3.6 In German/Deutsch (16 MB)

PDF 2015/10 Macan GTS (7 MB)

PDF 2015/10 Macan GTS In German/Deutsch (7 MB)

PDF 2016/09 Macan Turbo WLS (Performance Package) (3 MB)

PDF 2016/09 Macan Turbo WLS (Performance Package) In German/Deutsch (3 MB)


Panamera 970.1 (2009-2013)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2010/03 Panamera, 4, S, 4S, Turbo (7 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2010/11 Panamera Hybrid (6 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/01 Exclusive Panamera (5 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/07 Tequipment Panamera (7 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/08 Panamera GTS (5 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2009/06 Owner's manual Panamera (9 MB)


Panamera 970.2 (2013-2016)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2013/04 Panamera, Diesel, 4, Hybrid, S, 4S, GTS, Turbo (14 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2014/01 Panamera Exclusive (6 MB)


Panamera 971 (2016-...)

PDF 2016/06 Panamera 4S, Diesel, Turbo (6 MB)

PDF 2016/06 Panamera 4S, Diesel, Turbo In German/Deutsch (6 MB)


Other

PDF downloadable for content subscriber 1989 Porsche AG (53 MB)
“I couldn’t find quite the car I dreamed of. So I decided to build it myself”
“So, independence from day one has been the attitude at Porsche. We make cars which we like to drive”
“From 1948, right up to today, Professor Porsche has continued to believe that if you ignore the so-called rules and do what you believe is right, rather than what is expected, there will be those who appreciate what you create and want to share it”
“It has never been the desire at Porsche to create huge numbers of cars. Merely to create special ones”
“Quality must come first. We will worry about the numbers later”
“In over 40 years only about 650,000 Porsches have been built. And 2 out of 3 of them are still on the road”
“An eastern sheik even orders a solid gold stick shift for his 928...”
“911 Carrera 4: the world’s first production car with electronic all-wheel drive”

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/07 Porsche Design Driver’s Selection 2011-2012, Dutch version (12 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2011/09 Porsche Classic: 356, 911, 914, 924, 928, 944, 968, 959, in German (7 MB)

PDF downloadable for registered user 2012/02 Porsche Classic Navigation Radio (1 MB)


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Anniversaries
Dec, 28 – 6th birthday of Stuttcars.com (2011)
Jan, 30 – 66th death anniversary of Ferdinand Porsche (1951)
Feb, 03 – 33rd birthday of the 962 (1984)
Mar, 05 – 14th birthday of the Carrera GT (2003)
Mar, 06 – 5th birthday of the Boxster 981 (2012)