- Why Porsche and Embraer are doing a collaboration
- The details of this collaboration and what will be featured
- Why this collaboration is pushing the innovation of jets for years to come
As a result of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, the private jet and commercial airlines demand and demographic was disrupted. Now in 2021 as vaccines become more accessible and traveling is starting to become more popular again, these two industries are starting to recover at a rapid rate. Companies are starting to realize that private aviation is going to flourish more than ever, and two of the world’s most innovative companies, Porsche and Embraer are taking advantage of this opportunity. These two companies are collaborating to create a limited-edition, limited-quantity Embraer Phenom 300E aircraft in which only ten of these jets will be manufactured. As the world’s fastest and longest-range single pilot business jet, the 300E will evolve the light jet category. Porsche has also created a Porsche 911 Turbo S car to pair with the Embraer Phenom 300E. The 911 Turbo S and the Phenom 300E are both renowned for best in class engineering as well as design, providing a seamless experience from road to sky which is the first time this has been done in history.
These two Titan companies believe that Jets can always get faster and safer by never being satisfied and having the will to never stop improving because The most successful and best selling business jets will always be getting faster as innovation evolves. This jet has more performance, comfort, and technology than ever before, with the ability to reach speeds up to Mach 0.80. This aircraft is also the first and only to have a runway overrun awareness and alerting system that provides a warning advisory if the runway approach is too steep or too fast. Next gen avionics, revolutionary interior, and the best in class cabin altitude has made this aircraft as popular as it is. Porsche and Embraer collaborated on a logo, which is shown on the interior and exterior of the Jet and Porsche 911. The logo is shown on the head rests and on the outside of both the aircraft and vehicle. This latest version of the Porsche 911 Turbo is the most powerful Porsche to be manufactured, being powered by a 3.745-litre boxer engine. The Embraer has a combination of gloss and satin-gloss paintwork for the first time. The upper part of the aircraft is finished in Platinum Silver Metallic while the bottom part is in Jet Grey Metallic which is mimicked on the Porsche 911. This collaboration between the titan companies of Porsche and Embraer is going to push the innovation of jets for years to come.