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Porsche Model List
In this section we focus on the cars that made Porsche a household name.
First up is the Porsche 356 which was the first production model by the formal Porsche company. Lightweight and with awesome handling, this diminutive sports car was a hit. With an engine in the back and rear-wheel drive it was sporty and fun. Over the years four generations were built and the 356 had roadster, convertible, cabriolet, and split-roof variants.
No other model is more famous worldwide than the Porsche 911. Its rear engine, flat six boxer engine formula has been consistent since it was first built. With decades of continuous development it is the best sportscar in history. Air-cooled engines were core to 911 value proposition until the 996 in 1998 when the engines switched to being water cooled. The Porsche 911 has continued to drive innovation and stay on the cutting edge and hasn’t been afraid to embrace changes once thought sacred.
Porsche isn’t just about 911s either. Models like the 928, 944 on so on dotted its history. More recently Porsche has grown its model range a lot. First was the Porsche Boxster which was soon followed by the Cayman which is basically the same car with a roof.
Add the SUVs, the first of which was the Cayenne and now the Macan as well as the Panamera four door offering and Porsche is no longer just a sportscar maker. As if all of this model range growth wasn't enough, Porsche now has a world-class electric car called the Taycan.