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Timeless, elegant, and sophisticated, Porsche automobiles offer class as well as comfort. Whether you are picking up the kids from a soccer game or heading out for a night on the town with your significant other, the Porsche provides the style and engineering to fit any lifestyle.

Lightweight and energy efficient, this line of automobiles boasts intelligent and sporty performance. When looking for a Porsche, detail the attributes and functions you want in your vehicle choose the one that fits your preferences.

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About Porsche

Porsche is one of the world's most recognised brands and its sportscars have gained it a reputation as one of the finest manufacturers in the world.

Ferdinand Porsche worked with many manufacturers and his design company was responsible for the VW Beetle, Adolf Hitler's 'People's Car' in 1931, as well as a number of cars for Mercedes. His contribution to the war effort meant he was held as a war criminal, though, so it was left to his son Ferry to continue his work and launch Porsche as a brand. The 356 was the first car to wear the iconic Porsche badge. It was cobbled together in an old Austrian factory from a souped-up VW engine and steel body. But its rear-mounted layout, that would go on to form the backbone of Porsche's philosophy, won it a number of fans. In 1956 the 10,000th 356 left the assembly line.

Ferdinand Porsche passed away in 1951, but Porsche carried on regardless and in 1963 the modern day icon that is the 911 was born. Initially it was called the 901, but an objection by Peugeot meant it was renamed. It did not matter; the 911 went on to become a legend and Porsche has stuck with the model to this day. The 911 has gone through a number of total redesigns, but the basic silhouette of the original car is still recognisable.

The rarer racing RS models, especially the cars from the 1970s, are highly sought after and cost more than most modern supercars when they come up for auction today. Since then a number of different models have been added to the line-up, including the Cayenne, the Boxster and the Cayman. Porsche has also branched out into a number of different avenues with its Porsche Design arm that produces everything from pens and luggage to trainers. But it's the cars that everybody knows and there is a thriving collectors' scene with magazines, clubs and events dedicated to the brand from Zuffenhausen.