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Porsche overview

Porsche is a high-end German car manufacturer. It is known for producing sporty and performance-driven cars. Ferdinand Porsche founded the company in 1931, with the Porsche family retaining control of the company for many years. Porsche has since become one of the world’s most renowned performance car producers. Today, the Volkswagen Group owns Porsche. However, the Porsche family still retain voting rights.

Porsche has a rich history and heritage in the automotive industry. In 1900, Ferdinand Porsche invented the first ever battery-powered hybrid engine. A pioneer of the hybrid engine. However, it wasn’t until 1931 that Porsche began producing vehicles of its own. Porsche continued to produce motorised vehicles until the end of World War Two. Operating from its headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany. It was then that production temporarily stopped. However, by 1952, Porsche had returned to production and was manufacturing prototypes of new automotive vehicles.

Over the decades, Porsche has continually produced exceptional, premium vehicles. Porsche cars have long been known for their rounded headlights and timeless design. Today, Porsche is still known for its blend of style and performance and as one of the most high-profile, luxury automotive brands in the world.

Porsche has developed a reputation for building exceptional petrol and diesel vehicles. The marque has also increasingly moved into hybrid and electric production. It released its first plug-in hybrid, the Porsche Panamera E-Hybrid, in 2015. This was the first plug-in hybrid in its class. Its first all-electric model, the Porsche Taycan, followed in 2020. This is a four-door saloon, powered by a 71.1kWh battery, delivering a single charge range of up to 300 miles.

Throughout its history, Porsche has become known as an innovative car producer. Expanding on its rally racing origins, Porsche was the first company to introduce a twin-turbo engine to its models in the 1990s. The company’s distinctive ‘flat’ engine design is another of its notable performance-enhancing features. By lying the engine flat, Porsche models boast a lower centre of gravity and a lightweight construction that helps improve performance.

Other notable Porsche innovations include the exhaust gas turbocharger, rear-axle steering, transaxle transmission and the active front spoiler. These innovations and many others besides have all established Porsche as a creative and innovative car brand.


Popular Porsche models

One of Porsche’s most distinguished models is the mid-size luxury crossover SUV, the Porsche Cayenne. Initially released in 2002, this model has evolved through more than three generations and has been powered by a range of V8 engines. The Porsche Cayenne remains one of the manufacturer’s best-selling units, with around 95,604 sold in 2022. The Cayenne is also available with a hybrid drivetrain.

The Porsche Boxter is a mid-engine, two-seat sports car that first launched in 1996. This sporty and attractive model has evolved in design and style over more than four generations. The model still retains its original high-performance credentials. Across different iterations, the Porsche Boxter has featured a range of engines from 2.7-litre to 4.0-litre units.

The Porsche Macan is a luxury crossover SUV that was first released in 2014. It was produced alongside the Porsche Panamera, meaning it bears several similarities. The Macan is powered by a selection of V6 engines. It became the most popular Porsche model on sale in 2021, with more than 88,000 sales. It is considered to be an SUV version of the Porsche Cayenne, boasting top-level practicality, style and versatility.

One of the company’s most popular models in recent years is the Porsche Panamera. Released in 2009, the Panamera is a mid or full-length luxury car boasting top-tier styling. The Panamera has an exceptional range of powerful engines, including V8 and 4.8-litre units. It is also one of the most celebrated models in the Porsche range. The all-electric version of the model, the Panamera E-Hybrid, launched in 2015. This hybrid model has an all-electric range of up to 35 miles.


Manufacturer awards

Reflecting the company’s high-end design credentials, Porsche has earned a wide range of awards. As well as being one of the most valued luxury brands in the world, Porsche was voted the most valuable car to own for three years in a row between 2020 and 2023 in Auto Express’ car owners survey. It also won ‘Most-Loved Brand’ at Auto Trader’s 2023 awards, with Porsche’s design team winning the prestigious Red Dot Team Design of the Year award in 2021. This award celebrates exceptional design.

Many of Porsche’s models have also been recognised for their innovation. The Porsche Macan won ‘Best Sports SUV’ in What Car?’s 2020 awards. The Porsche Panamera also won two consecutive European Car Awards in 2011 and 2012.


Porsche frequently asked questions


What is a Porsche?

A Porsche car is a high-end, high-performance luxury car. Known for their sporty looks and powerful engines, Porsche cars are among the most famous vehicles in the world.

Who owns Porsche?

Porsche is owned by the Volkswagen group. This group also owns other car manufacturers like Audi, Bentley and Lamborghini.

When was Porsche founded?

Porsche was founded by Ferdinand Porsche in 1931 in Stuttgart, Germany.

Where is Porsche made?

Porsche’s main production facility is in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen in Germany. There are also production facilities in Leipzig in Germany, Bratislava in Slovakia and Shanghai, China.

When did Volkswagen buy Porsche?

Volkswagen group first bought shares in Porsche in 2009. It completed the purchase in 2012, making the company a full subsidiary of the group.

How to pronounce Porsche?

The correct pronunciation of Porsche is por-shuh (ˈpɔːrʃə), instead of a single syllable ‘porsh’. As a German word, you should pronounce the final vowel to give the ending of the word an elongated sound.

What is the fastest Porsche?

The fastest Porsche currently in production is the Porsche 911 GT2 RS, which has a top speed of 211mph.

How much is a Porsche?

The price of a used Porsche car will depend on the model, trim and age of the car. When buying new, prices for an entry-level model, like the Porsche Cayenne, begin at around £70,000. If buying second-hand, you can expect the price of a Porsche car to be cheaper. Browse the listings on the Arnold Clark website to find a used Porsche that fits your budget.

How much is an electric Porsche?

The price of a used all-electric Porsche will depend on the age, trim and various other factors. Browse the listings at Arnold Clark, or visit your local Arnold Clark Porsche dealership, to get an idea of what cost to expect.

What is the cheapest Porsche?

One of the cheapest Porsche models on the market is the Porsche Cayenne which can be found for just over £70,000. You can find used Porsche models on the Arnold Clark website from as little as £28,000.


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