Porsche Drive By Stefan Bogner

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A must-have for automotive, photography, and travel lovers.

Following on the footsteps of his previous book, Escapes, photographer Stefan Bogner returns to the breathtaking Alps for Porsche Drive. German publisher Delius Klasing Verlag recently published this coffee table book, bringing joy to both Porsche and travel fans in equal measure. The stunning mountainous landscapes provide the perfect backdrop to the gorgeous Porsche 906, Porsche 911, and Porsche 918 cars. And of course, to Stefan Bogner’s very own Porsche 911 1970 ST.

Apart from the striking photos of cars, the book also delights travel aficionados. Stretching across three countries and 15 mountain passes, the four-day itinerary comes with historical information about the passes as well as important info and resources for every section. This means that anyone can easily follow the route, which winds its way through Switzerland and Italy to Austria. The book has 439 pages. It features impressive and action-packed images of Porsche cars, all accompanied by text in English and German. Photographs© Stefan Bogner and Delius Klasing Verlag.

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