Porsche is one of Germany’s most famous car manufacturers. First opened in Stuttgart, 1931, Porsche has specialised in producing high-quality performance sports cars. Over the years, the brand has acquired a reputation that is unmatchable by any of its rivals. It has created some of the best sports cars known to man, pushing technology to its extremes, to create motoring works of art.
Known primarily for its performance coupes and convertibles, Porsche also produces best-selling practical performance SUVs, that break the boundaries of what is achievable in a family car. Most of the money Porsche makes nowadays comes from selling these, funding the leaps in technology that will forever make Porsche a motoring legend.
The most recognisable model in the Porsche range is the 911. Since its debut in 1963, the 911 is the market leader in performance sports cars. The latest model is the best ever. With epic engines, and an unbelievably good chassis, the 911 is a hoot to drive. It’s also a beautiful place to be. The interior is of exceptional quality, and with a range of options ranging from extremely fast, to obscenely fast, anyone with a need for speed is going to love owning a 911. At this level, and this price range, there’s no better car than a Porsche 911.
If Porsche has an entry level, and it’s incredibly rude to call it that, it’s the Porsche Boxster. Smaller and more affordable than its bigger brother, the Boxster is still beyond brilliant. The latest model is ridiculously even better than before. Superb on nearly every level, and surprisingly affordable for what a car of this magnitude, the Boxster offers those who aren’t super-rich the opportunity to own a sports car that offers everything you could ever wish for. There’s even a hard-top version, the Cayman, for people who don’t like the idea of owning a convertible.
Porsches’ recent foray into producing SUV has produced some of the finest, fastest family cars on the planet. The smaller of the two, the Macan, is an SUV that somehow manages to be practical, whilst still retaining the Porsche DNA. Porsche claims that the Macan provides a full sports-car experience. And they’re not wrong. Finished to immaculate standards, and with styling to die for, the Macan has raised the bar in the compact SUV class, far-outdoing its major rival the Audi Q5.
There’s also the massive Porsche Cayenne. Driven by everyone from Miley Cyrus to Sharon Stone, the Cayenne has gone on to be a celebrity icon. And for good reason. The Cayenne despite its humongous size, and therefore exceptional practicality, still feels, and drives exactly as a Porsche should. With monstrously powerful engines, and deft handling, you’ll be grinning ear-to-ear even on the school run. And who’s not going to be impressed when you pull up in a car with such fantastic looks, prestige, and history?
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