Ferdinand Porsche was the ultimate designer, combining form, function and engineering in ways previously not imagined. His designs have been continuously developed and refined by generations of engineers, but the underlying genius of Ferdinand Porsche can still be observed in current Porsche designs.
Ferdinand Alexander Porsche is the grandson of Ferdinand and has inherited more than just the name. A skilled designer and engineer in his own right, F. A. Porsche started working in the family firm in the 1960's creating well-known sports and racing cars, including the iconic Porsche 911. F. A. Porsche created his own design studio in 1974 at Zell am See in Austria and extended his work to other product fields, including writing implements.
This range of Porsche writing instruments come from the same stable and have the same heritage. Designed in the Porsche studios these pens and pencils evince those same qualities cherished by drivers the world over: style, performance and reliability.