The Porsche 911 Carrera T vs New Zealand’s South Island Roads
Our team at Archibalds Porsche recently hosted a Porsche Tech Night, inviting valued Porsche guests to meet the workshop team responsible for their vehicle’s care, tour the workshop, and ask any questions they may have regarding the operation of their Porsche.
We were honored to be joined by Stefan Bogner, photographer and editor of Curves Magazin. Stefan had recently finished his tour of New Zealand’s South Island in our Porsche 911 Carrera T, celebrating 60 years of the 911 in style.
Following his talk and private photography presentation to our Porsche customers, Stefan has published the article of his trip for Curves Magazin, showcasing his stunning photographs, including Wharariki Beach, Lindis Pass, Milford Sound, Mt Cook, and more.
His video has also recently been published to the Porsche YouTube channel and can be viewed here.
While the 911 Carrera T is designed for touring, it was important to protect the car on its road trip around the South Island. For that, our friends at Avid Group applied their Xpel paint protection film prior to the vehicle’s collection.
And particularly important on this trip, with Stefan making comments like “You just shouldn’t worry too much about the paint, a bit of gravel will fly past the cabin from time to time.” The 911 Carrera T was returned to us in exceptional condition.
More of Stefan’s Work
You can follow Stefan’s goal to find the world’s best driving roads (although we think he’s now achieved that in New Zealand) through the following platforms:
The good news is that Curves Magazin are planning to come to New Zealand, with Curves Magazine New Zealand arriving in April 2024.
Thank you again for attending our event, Stefan. We look forward to seeing you in New Zealand again soon.