- Printing made in France
- Available from S to 3XL
- 100% combed cotton, 93% cotton 7% viscose for grey
- Modern cut
- 160 g/m²
- Contrasting cleanliness strip (Ash grey)
- No collar label, just a chip of size
- Double seams on sleeves and hem
- Side seams
|Length (inches)||28||29 ¼||30 ¼||31 ¼||32 ½||33 ½|
From the outset, Porsche's DNA was recognized in the first models designed by the brand. Thus, despite its mechanical base and styling elements borrowed from the Beetle, the 356 already has all the characteristics of a Porsche. Even today, it continues to inspire designers. And if the 1948 model already has a certain charm, it is in its Speedster version, designed for the American market in 1954, that it shows itself at its best. The 550 Spyder, produced from 1953 to 1956, embodies the sleek look of the brand's racing cars in the 1950s. But despite his victories in the Carrera Panamericana and the Mille Miglia race, his achievements are not the only ones to be remembered. She is especially famous because it is at the wheel of this model that James Dean died in 1955.
In addition to the 911, which is no longer presented, Porsche has distinguished itself in the 21st century by imagining extreme cars. It was the brand's victory at the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1998 that prompted it to design its first supercar: the Carrera GT. Presented to the public at the 2000 Paris Motor Show, it invited itself into the very closed club of production cars exceeding 300 km/h. But beyond his performances, it was his radical style but faithful to the identity of the Stuttgart firm that seduced the crowds. Unfortunately, like the 550 Spyder, it was at the heart of a drama affecting American cinema: it was on board that Paul Walker, the star of the Fast & Furious saga, lost his life two years ago. At the time, a complaint was even filed against the brand. At the end of his career, the Carrera GT was replaced by the 918 Spyder. Even faster than its predecessor, the latter has above all demonstrated that a hybrid thermal-electric supercar is not absurd. It is as capable of reaching 345 km/h as it is of driving in the city without emitting CO2 (all electric). From now on, we are waiting with a firm footing for the 100% clean Porsche, prefigured by the Mission E concept, which is among the most beautiful electric models ever designed.