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Creating a symphony with 7 generations of Porsche 911

Porsche: Birthday Roar
Sometimes, you don't need a piano to create a symphony. Watch how 7 generations of Porsche 911 play a very special song. To celebrate the 50th anniversary, Fred & Farid created an interactive online film as a tribute to the legendary sports car. The 7 notes in the music represent the evolution of the 7 generations of 911, more at http://50years-911-en.porsche-events.cn

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Advertising Agency: Fred & Farid, Shanghai, China

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