Sliding the car to the limit and beyond, the icy plains are in complete contrast to what the iconic Carrera was originally designed for.
The model topped the classification at the 1984 Paris-Dakar rally in one of the most arduous tests of man and machine in the world.
A 14,000 kilometre journey through vast desert terrain and extreme heat with a course winding through the Ivory Coast, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Mauritius is no easy task.
Speaking after his demo run with the Porsche 953 Carrera, Rohrl said driving the car was simply “addictive”.
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