We know the curves, hairpins and snaking roads of the Alpine passes all too well – at least from the driver’s perspective. Thanks to his spectacular aerial shots, Stefan Bogner now gives us a completely new angle on the world’s most stunning mountain roads on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of his Curves magazine.

The mad rush goes on! ... for curves and unforgettable moments on the road. After the overwhelming success of "Cars & Curves" Volume 1, a fireworks of rare models and breathtaking routes on occasion of the 70th Porsche anniversary, Stefan Bogner goes for the next one.

Für alle Sportwagenfans, die öfter mal das Fernweh packt! Wenn Sie schon immer davon geträumt haben, einmal mit Ihrem Sportwagen über Alpenpässe und Bergstraßen zu jagen, wird Cars & Curvesbei Ihnen für feuchte Hände sorgen.

For the first time in the recent history, Chief Designer Michael Mauer is opening the secret archives of the Porsche Design Studio in Weissach. In their new book “Porsche Unseen”, Stefan Bogner and Jan Karl Baedeker unveil some of Porsche’s most surprising concept cars.

»Portale nach Curvistan sind beinahe überall. Zum Beispiel gleich hinten an der kleinen Straße, die das Bauamt vergessen hat und die immer noch anarchisch und wellig und mies geflickt im Wald den Berg hinunterfliegt.«

In the summer they’re drawn to the racetracks, in winter they go to Scandinavia: During the cold season, there are spectacular races on frozen lakes and icy tracks.

The 904, its full name „Porsche 904 Carrera GTS“, was a special Porsche model in many ways. Due to Ferdinand Porsche‘s unique design, the sports car is affectionately called „Butzi’s masterpiece“ and many still count it among the most appealing road racing cars ever.

We worked a year on this epic book. Now available. The 918 Spyder triology.

The new book biology about the supercar of the 90´s. Bilingual in german and english.

Once the Gotthard was with its pass height of 2107 m.ü.M. as an insurmountable obstacle and the bridge over the Schöllenenschlucht as a work of the devil. Whoever takes the easy way through the Gotthard tunnel today, can hardly imagine this

The “Großglockner”, Austria’s highest mountain with 3,789 m, is one of the most important summits of the Eastern Alpes – and not only because he is so important for alpine tourism. Already at the end of the 18th Century, he has been explored and nobody less than Arch Bishop Salm-Reiffenscheidt-Krautheim was the first to ascent in 1800.

Motorists, motorbike riders and racing cyclists dream of these mountain curves as the ultimate challenge.Of all the Alpine passes, the Stelvio Pass is perhaps the most revered.

“Are you crazy?“ is one of the more friendly comments on hearing of our plan to cross all the major passes of the Alps in four days.

The summer months in the Alps are traditionally the busiest on the passes – but visually, wintertime in the mountains holds a far greater appeal.

Iceland still fascinates us - the journey last year was a highlight. This time we extended our route ...

20 breathtaking kilometres and a maximum dose of adrenaline - on the world‘s most demanding racing circuit, knowledge of the track is perhaps your best life insurance policy.

Ausgezeichnet mit dem Gregor Kalender Award als bester Verlagskalender und Gold in der Kategorie Länder und Regionen