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Start-up "GHOST - feel it." wins Porsche-Innovation-Competition


Feel it. A new technology, which could give a haptic feedback to the driver, was developed by the Start-Up "Ghost - feel it". This innovative feature has won the second edition of the "Porsche Next Open Innovation Competition".

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