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Porsche was founded by Ferdinand Porsche, originally the chief
engineer at Mercedes-Benz. Porsche is the apex predator of European
luxury and performance but despite having produced dozens of
different models since its founding in 1931 only a half a dozen
vehicle platforms have defined the brand. Luckily for us, most of
these designs are still being used today due to their timeless and
elegant simplicity. Let's take a quick tour through the history of
Porsche and revisit these icons of automotive artistry.
Ferdinand Porsche had built a number of other cars prior to
designing the 356 which was the first car to carry the Porsche
nameplate. Unsurprisingly, the 356 series shared a lot of mechanical
similarities with the VW Beetle (which Porsche has designed for
Hitler while at Volkswagen), it was produced from 1948 until 1965,
and included multiple hardtop and convertible variants. The
best-known 356 is the iconic Speedster convertible which was driven
by such stars as James Dean.
The 911 is one of the most recognizable sports cars anywhere and is
undoubtedly the marque's most enduring brand symbol. First debuting
in 1963, the 911 is still being made, and is one of the most
desirable and highly-developed sports cars in the world. Its
distinctive teardrop shape remains the same in 2017 and it doesn't
appear that Porsche will be changing that any time soon.
Although driving enthusiasts have always loved the 911, Porsche
management saw its rear-mounted, air-cooled motor as an engineering
dead end. The 924, released in 1976, was the first in a series of
Porsches that featured a water-cooled, front-mounted engine.
Although the new engines helped the company meet tough new emissions
and fuel-economy standards, the front-engine Porsches failed to
capture the hearts of enthusiasts.
Released in 2002, the Cayenne was the most controversial Porsche
ever made – driving enthusiasts saw a Porsche SUV as heresy. But the
market loved it, and the Cayenne quickly became Porsche’s
best-selling model, reaping record profits and saving the company
from a brush with bankruptcy. The Cayenne is still Porsche’s top
seller, and helps fund the development of its class-leading sports
With a front engine, four seats and a full complement of luxury
features, the Panamera was unveiled in 2009. Like the Cayenne SUV,
the Panamera sparked a backlash from enthusiasts who decried it as
an overweight, gadget-laden mockery of the great sports car brand.
Also like the Cayenne, the Panamera became a best seller.
This is Porsche’s latest model, and makes it clear that the company
is committed to the SUV market. Smaller, lighter and tighter than
the Cayenne, the Macan is aimed at buyers who want a sporty vehicle
that can still fit five adults with their luggage. The Macan is
proof positive that the SUV body is here to stay as a staple of
Porsche design. Whether you want to upgrade the exterior aesthetic of your
headlight tints or an aftermarket spoiler, or want to personalize
your interior a custom dash Kit we carry an extensive selection of products and
accessories designed especially for your Porsche.
Regardless of what product you choose you can get some peace of mind knowing that
you'll be getting a top-quality product at a great price. We
understand that when you buy an accessory, tint or protection kit you
aren't simply making just another purchase — you're making a
statement to the world about who you are and what is important to