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Since its inception, Porsche has been synonymous with superior-handling sports cars that were built to tame the winding, hilly roads of the German countryside. The company has had extraordinary success in various motorsports, including Road Racing, Formula One, Indy cars and Les Mans.
Currently, it is the largest racecar manufacturer worldwide. Porsche’s history has also been long intertwined with that of Volkswagen. Porsche designed the fabled Beetle in 1938, one of the most successful automobiles in history. In the late 1960s, the two companies collaborated on the development of the Porsche 914, and again in the early 1980s on Porsche 924 and 944; all to great success. The companies officially merged in 2011. Over the years, Porsche also independently developed its own exceptional lineup of sports cars. Most notably the legendary 911, which has dominated racetracks and rally courses since it was unveiled in 1964.
In 2009, Porsche finally broadened its 2-door sports car lineup by introducing its first full-sized luxury sedan, the Panamera. With a strong resemblance to a stretched out 911, the sleek cruiser offers a seemingly limitless list of options, including soft-close doors, ventilated massaging seats, power rear sunshade, and touch-sensitive dashboard controls.
This is yet another Porsche model with great history. Introduced in 1956. this mid-engine coupe was seen primarily on the track. For years the 718 RSK and 718 RS won thousands of races. Years down the line, Porsche redesigned the track king into the 718 Boxtster and Cayman GTS with a 4.0L flat-six. With history mixed with modern, the 718 is one to remember.
One of the most iconic and well-known models when it comes to Porsche. The 911, which has been in production since 1963, is always powered by a mid-engine H6 and comes in a variety of styles. These 911 models include the carrera, targa, turbo, GT2, GT3, and speedster with a lot of variants in each. The 911 is recognized as one of the most recognizable and iconic models in the automotive community.
This vehicle has been shaking up the EV market. As usual Porsche was able to hit the mark when making a new vehicle, except this is different. The Taycan is Porsche’s electric option and it is one of the best out there. Making over 600hp and as the current champ of the production EV’s at Nurburgring, Porsche outdid themselves when entering the electric market.
Porsche started production with the Panamera in 2009. This model brings a variety of trims to the table giving fans an option for their drive; from performance, hybrid, and luxury. This sleek daily driver has evolved greatly over the years, offering more options and more performance with a modern style. V6 and V8 options are available, and it’s always a luxurious performance daily to consider.
Introduced in 2011, the Macan has made an impact in such a short time. Named after the Indonesian name of a tiger, the Macan is known for its power, speed, and agility. The Macan comes in a variety of aspects such as the diesel, GTS, Turbo, and S. With the sleek design, unbeaten interior, and noticeable performance, the Macan becomes a fantastic option for those SUV advocates.
This was the first SUV to be introduced to the Porsche family. Released in 2003, the Cayenne definitely did its’ best to live up to the Porsche brand image. This model offers both V6 and V8 options, both giving performance and an upbeat driving experience. This larger SUV gives a spacious interior, but still has sleek designs and remarkable interior design.
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