90-minute 2020 Porsche 911 Documentary Is A Must See -Cars Automobiles

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Before we get into the crux of this comprehensive 992-series Porsche 911 video, let's cover a few other ways you can spend 90 minutes. Food connoisseurs can whip up a properly delicious batch of oven-baked au-gratin potatoes. If you happen to be on Texas Highway 130 you can legally cover nearly 130 miles, or if you're in Los Angeles you might be able to make it across town. You can listen to Pink Floyd's epic album Dark Side of the Moon twice, or enjoy Transformers: The Movie once. And by that, we're talking about the original 1986 animated version, not the Michael Bay flics from recent years.

So when we came upon this Porsche video from DPCcars on YouTube that was an hour long, we had to see what it was because honestly, A 10minute video online is a stretch thesis. Do not fret, because if you like cars – and especially if you're a devoted 911 fan – this epic presentation will go by faster than your teenage years. It chronicles the development of Porsche's latest 911 from a clay model, and it does not spare on visual details. If you're hesitant to invest that child of time, browse our screenshot gallery below for a taste of what's in store.

It's not a documentary in the traditional sense. The beginning of the video features opening remarks given at the 992 Series debuts late last year at the Los Angeles Auto Show, but it's audio-only with video footage showing the new 911's early development. From there, the video is mostly, well, Video, You'll get some occasional words from people on the screen, but there's no consistent narration. In reality, this 90-minute (okay, 88-minute) movie is basically B-roll footage laced together. And we adore it.

Sure, getting all kinds of factoids can be interesting, but it can lead to data overload. Instead of telling us about the 911's suspension tuning and stability control systems, we're getting nearly 10 minutes of behind-the-scenes video showing the 911 on the track. Then we get cold-weather testing footage. Then warm-weather testing. In between, there's footage showing in-house development for various other 911 components. We do not know what's happening all the time, but we do not need to. The result is a very in-depth look at the latest 911 in a very relaxed, almost intimate presentation.

There are lots of great ways you can spend 90 minutes. Given a choice between this and anything above, we'll take the Porsche.

source: DPCcars via YouTube

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