Porsche is continuing celebrations for the fiftieth anniversary of its iconic 911. In its latest video, it's gone to Taiwan, to interview some of the folks that have grown passionate about the rear-engined sportscar over the years.

By and large, the views expressed in this video could have come from anywhere in the world. The 911 is a great car and that doesn't change from country to country. These enthusiasts have the same passion that fans in England, the United States or Germany have for the Carrera. Take a look below at the full video, to see what the 911 enthusiasts of Taiwan love about their 911s.



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      Indubitably
      • 1 Year Ago
      In reality though, any fan boy from any particular car brand will sound the same and have the same things to say about the car they love. Nonetheless, great video!
      ponycargt
      • 1 Year Ago
      Cool.
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        VDuB
        • 1 Year Ago
        Doesn't explain all the S classes there. No wonder SUVs and pickups are big in the USA. They're fat people.
        Business
        • 1 Year Ago
        This video is simply about some Porsche fans in Taiwan loving their cars, and yet you have to turn it into a racist "joke", what the hell is the matter with you? Have you even lived in Taiwan before?
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      benjamin_braddock
      • 1 Year Ago
      Porsche 911: The Midlife Crisis Car
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