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GT Porsche - June 2015

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GT Porsche  |  June 15  

Ferdinand Piëch’s resignation as chairman of Volkswagen last month resolved two weeks of uncertainty for the boardroom suits in charge of the group’s future. Piëch and Winterkorn had worked together in charge of the group for eight years, but with Winterkorn now tipped to step into his old boss’ shoes, there’s a rather tasty job going as CEO of VW. Current Porsche CEO Matthias Müller has been rumoured to be in the running, which of course, could have repercussions in Stuttgart. But Müller may wish to remain at Porsche, having succeeded in improving the brand’s operating margins and sales since he took over nearly five years ago. At the time of writing the stereo was still playing for this game of VW Group musical chairs – only time will tell how all this affects the cars we love so dearly.

For now there is plenty to remain positive about at Porsche. The announcement of the new Boxster Spyder was exciting, and has stirred up the rumour mill regarding the creation of an even hotter Boxster akin to the fabulous Cayman GT4 – we cover both in this issue. We were also lucky enough to spend some time with the latest 911 GT3 this month, which never fails to impress. As a result you can enjoy our comparative feature on three generations of 911 GT3 in the issue.

Elsewhere in the issue you'll find a fabulous retrospective on the 1930s Auto Union cars, a backdated 964, a look at the 944 S2 Cabriolet at 25, and a detailed preview to the upcoming Le Mans 24 Hours.