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|1||Porsche Panamera Saloon||172 g/km|
|2||Porsche Cayenne 4x4||189 g/km|
|3||Porsche Boxster Convertible||192 g/km|
|4||Porsche Cayman Coupe||192 g/km|
|5||Porsche 911 Coupe||212 g/km|
|6||Porsche 911 Convertible||217 g/km|
|1||Porsche Panamera Saloon||43.5 mpg|
|2||Porsche Cayenne 4x4||39.2 mpg|
|3||Porsche Boxster Convertible||34.4 mpg|
|4||Porsche Cayman Coupe||34.4 mpg|
|5||Porsche 911 Coupe||31.4 mpg|
|6||Porsche 911 Convertible||30.7 mpg|
|1||Porsche 911 Coupe||4.8 secs|
|2||Porsche 911 Convertible||5 secs|
|3||Porsche Cayman Coupe||5.7 secs|
|4||Porsche Boxster Convertible||5.8 secs|
|5||Porsche Panamera Saloon||6.8 secs|
|6||Porsche Cayenne 4x4||7.6 secs|
|1||Porsche 911 Coupe||180 mph|
|2||Porsche 911 Convertible||178 mph|
|3||Porsche Cayman Coupe||165 mph|
|4||Porsche Boxster Convertible||164 mph|
|5||Porsche Panamera Saloon||150 mph|
|6||Porsche Cayenne 4x4||136 mph|
An Austro-Hungarian engineer called Ferdinande Porsche established Porsche in the 1930s. Renowned for his design skills amongst his peers in the motoring sector, his position as chief engineer at Mercedes-Benz helped him to forge a string of successful projects.
The most important of these projects was probably the design of the Volkswagen Beetle - the inner components of this popular vehicle were used in the prototype Porsche 64, the first ever Porsche.
Next came the Porsche 356, which was the first model ever to be sold on the open market. A lack of supply parts during the post-war years meant that many of the mechanisms used in the vehicle were identical to those found in Volkswagen Beetles, such as the internal rear-mounted engine and transmission system.
The Porsche 365 was entered into a selection of racing competitions and a couple of years later the 1954 speedster version was launched. Shortly after this the 365B model became available for purchase and Porsche's name became synonymous with speedy racing vehicles.
In the early 1960s the 911 came into production. It boasted a six cylinder engine and the ability to reach a horse power of 130 making it a favourite amongst drivers who valued speed and comfort. Over the next few years the firm marketed many hi-tech sports cars including the Boxter, Panamera, Caymen and Cayenne SUV that were suited for general consumer use.
The Porsche is still known today for producing high-energy vehicles that ooze sophistication without compromising on practicality - buying a Porsche remains both a style and fashion choice for many modern consumers.