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While Porsche has become a household name since the 60s and 70s—the luxury auto manufacturer came from humble beginnings.
It’s hard to believe that the now-massive brand of Porsche established itself in 1948 with just 200 workers. Not long after the manufacturer’s inception, the Porsche 550 Spyder was released and drew a wide range of positive acclaim.
By Porsche’s 25th year of operation—10,000, Porsche vehicles had hit the road in style.
Porsche’s logo has remained virtually unchanged over the last 60 years. Porsche’s logo was based on Free People’s State of Württemberg’s coat of arms.
Appropriately enough, Porsche’s headquarters was located in Stuttgart, the capital of Württemberg. The coat of arms logo that Porsche wears is a part of German history.
Top Porsche Models
Most car enthusiasts have multiple Porsche models come to mind when they think about which cars are most iconic. In chronological order below, we list four of the most iconic and innovative Porsche models that made the most significant impact on the automobile market.
First up, Porsche’s very first automobile: 1948 356 Model.
1948 356 by Porsche is important because Porsche was able to manufacture this beautiful automobile with a small labor force of around 200 workers. Groundbreaking and elegant, the 1948 356 models by Porsche started it all.
In 1952, Porsche developed the 550 Spyder Model, which catapulted the manufacturer into market prominence. Built for speed with a low to the ground design to maximize efficiency, drivers of the 550 Spyder model enjoyed the lightweight nature and excellent balance that this Porsche had to offer.
1975 was a big year for Porsche. While the 911 model was introduced back in 1964, it wasn’t until 1975 that the 911 Turbo 3.0 hit the market as the fastest car in Germany due to the model’s turbocharged engine.
Continuing to make its mark on the auto industry in recent years, Porsche hasn’t stopped developing sturdy and stylish vehicles for the public. In 2014, the Porsche Macan Turbo was released as a sleek SUV crossover automobile with a strong engine. With a 3.6L V6 engine, the Macan Turbo achieves levels of 400 horsepower.
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