Send an auto exec to school


#1

Let’s all pitch in and send a Porsche exec to school so he/she can learn to spell “safety”:


#2

Maybe they printed it on phonetic spelling day! :smile:


#3

Maybe it belongs to someone named Saft and that’s his nickname.

Or a Saft battery powered electric Porsche?

Anyway, blame it on the engineers. We can’t spell anyway.


#4

Well, we all know Porsche does things differently…


#5

Saft is German for juice.

Maybe it’s an electric car.


#6

…and maybe the batteries were built by Shell Oil, since their logo appears on the car?
:smirk:


#7

Do Porsche executives manufacture and apply decals to vehicles?

This looks like a vehicle that is owned by a race track, a pace car. Is that racing facility owned by Porsche?


#8

Better saft than sorey!
CSA


#9

At least “MOTOR” is spelled right :wink:


#10

Motor is German for Motor. At least they are consistent.


#11

Since it is a Porsche it should be a Shafty Car.