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Porsche was founded in 1931 in Stuttgart, Germany. The German automobile manufacturer is famous for building some of the best turbocharged performance cars, but in recent years the brand has invested heavily into other segments, including electric vehicles. Porsche isn’t a big volume seller in Canada, but they typically sell about 10,000 vehicles annually across the country. Porsche is currently marketing the 718, 911, Taycan, Panamera, Macan and Cayenne to Canadian buyers.
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Engage launch control and hang on – the response is instantaneous!
Lowered 25 mm, the compact CUV features striking front, side and rear treatments Read More
Electrify Canada to provide complimentary 30-minute fast charging across Canada Read More
Porsche designers have perfected the art of making the new look like the old Read More
Taycan Turbo starts at $173,900 in Canada, and flagship Turbo S at $213,900
New 2020 models powered by 379-hp twin-turbo 3.0-litre boxer 6-cylinder
TrackDays.co.uk lets kids young as 11 to drive in junior supercar program
718s are cars for enthusiasts who love to drive, and especially drive fast
Porsche keeps to its plan of steadily upgrading Cayenne to fend off rivals
‘The Porsche Effect’ classic car exhibit highlights the history of the famous brand
RM Sotheby’s Porsche 70th Anniversary Auction achieves more than $25M in sales
J.D. Power polled 75,000 new buyers during their vehicle’s first 90 days
Online resource Edmunds awards first Most Wanted awards in 16 segments
Nov 18, 2017, 4:30 PM
Total of 16 actions affect 25 models from 14 different brands
Oct 3, 2017, 4:35 PM
In 2017 Macan Turbo form with an optional Performance Package, yes it can!
Even if it is too slippery to stand, you can control a car with the proper technique
The Porsche Performance Tour is offered from two Canadian locations
Message to Porsche purists bemoaning the loss of the flat-six: “Get over it!”