Porsche 911 Documentary – Every Aspect of Assembly

You can also find plenty of 911 history and developments.

The Porsche 911 is one of the most iconic cars in the world. Few cars are so beloved and loved by so many people. We suspect that most of the information in this new 911 manufacturing document will be familiar to those who already know some. We also believe there is information that even 911 enthusiasts don’t know. There’s also plenty of car-building content that will please the average car enthusiast.

Porsche 911 Documentary - Every Aspect of Assembly

The best thing about it is that you can view it all free of charge. The WELT Documentary YouTube video explains every aspect of the production process for the new 911. Every 911 since 1963 has been made in Porsche’s Zuffenhausen factory, Stuttgart. That number was over one million in 2017. This video also discusses 911 history, and highlights interesting facts such as the 911’s original 901 designation when it was launched. This didn’t go down well with a French automaker that used zeroes in their models. Porsche changed the designation from 901 to 911.

Porsche 911 Documentary - Every Aspect of Assembly

The factory makes more than just the 911. This video shows that every Porsche two-door performance car rides on the same assembly line. This includes the Boxster as well as the Cayman. They move at approximately two meters per hour. The factory can produce 250 cars per day if everything goes smoothly. It employs 3,000 workers.

The documentary focuses on Porsche’s in-house restoration teams. Porsche had 450 cars awaiting restoration at the time of the video’s production. Some cars could take up to two years. We are also given a Very Interesting look at Porsche’s design centre where new 911s are created. Although some critics claim that the iconic 911 looks the same, the documentary gives an interesting insight into the challenges involved in creating a new model.

This video gives an hour-long glimpse behind the scenes at Porsche. It’s a great resource for 911 enthusiasts and anyone else interested in the manufacturing process.