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The Design of the Porsche 911 is Art
The design of the Porsche 911 is art. It is the result of a man's love for racing cars, and his understanding of what a superior automobile should look like. When you look into the engineering and design of the Porsche 911, you'll discover that these automobiles are not the average type of sports cars. In many ways, they are far more superior than any typical sports car.
Why is this so? Well, when you drive any typical sports car, you know right off the bat that it is not meant to be driven on the street, but, more importantly, it is made to be driven on the road. A Ferrari, for example, is a beautiful and fast car, but when you try to corner it at low speeds, the body just snaps and the chance of having an accident is very high. The 911, by comparison, is a sophisticated, elegant car. And this is why the Porsche 911 is the most desired sports car by the general public.
But the engineering of the car does not stop at the design. When you look at this car, you'll realize that it looks as if it was designed by a child. The lines are clean, sharp, and exact, as if somebody sat down and drew them in from a piece of paper. This is due in part to the fact that the car has so much body work, so much emphasis is placed on the front end of the car. Even the airbags are designed to be precise, and placed accordingly.