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The 356 helped launch Porsche Konstruktionen GesmbH as a company in 1948 with the first Porsche for sale to the public. The first car assembly plant was built in 1952, across the street from the company that built the steel body.

Having a reputation for creating cars that are wickedly fast and impressively powerful while retaining the appeal of a luxury car. More recently, their lineup has expanded beyond sports cars to include SUV and sedan models, all while retaining their classic appeal. Massively popular for decades, there is a constant demand for both new and used cars. The aftermarket industry that has sprung up around the brand is also massively impressive, with everything from custom rims to body kits available to owners.

Founded in Austria in 1931 by a father and son team, Dr. Ing. H. c. F. Porsche GmbH was, initially, an automotive consulting company. For seven years, Ferdinand and his son, also named Ferdinand but nicknamed "Ferry", assisted with the development of some of history's most successful vehicles, including the Beetle. They were commissioned by the German government to build a car for the people, or a "Volkswagen".

World War Two changed the direction of development from road cars to military vehicles until the end of the war in 1945, at which point Ferdinand was removed from his position at the manufacturer. He was arrested for war crimes and imprisoned for 20 months, though never charged. Ferry was able to shepherd the company through his father's absence while designing his own car. There weren't any that he wanted to buy, so as a result, Ferry created the 356.

In 1964, the new sports car was in desperate need of a redesign, and its successor launched one of the most successful model lines in history. The "Porsche 911" which is still in production to this day, is the company's best-selling model. The turbo version of the 911, the 930, was in production from 1975 to 1989, at which point the 964 was released.

Introduced in 1989, the Porsche 964 was a substantial modernization of the 911 lineage. With its more aerodynamic body, better handling, and increased power, it represented a major step forward. Notably, it was the first 911 to offer Porsche's all-wheel-drive system, the Carrera 4, laying the groundwork for the 911's future. The 964's blend of traditional 911 aesthetics with contemporary technology made it a beloved model among enthusiasts.

Transitioning into the mid-90s, the Porsche 993 emerged as the last air-cooled 911, a feature that endeared it to purists. Its introduction brought significant improvements, including a new aluminum chassis, which offered better handling and ride comfort, and the introduction of the Turbo model that featured a twin-turbocharged engine, making it one of the fastest sports cars of its era. The 993 is often celebrated for its reliability and performance, as well as for its classic yet refined design, making it a sought-after classic today.

As the millennium turned, Porsche unveiled the 996, a generation marked by radical changes, most notably the switch to water-cooled engines. This decision, while controversial among enthusiasts, signified Porsche's commitment to innovation and environmental regulations. The 996 also introduced a more modern design and significant technological advancements, setting new standards in performance, emissions, and comfort.

The Porsche 997, introduced in 2004, refined the 996's formula with improved styling and technology, winning back some purists with its more traditional round headlights and enhanced interiors. It also offered a wide range of models, from the base Carrera to the track-focused GT3 and the turbocharged powerhouses, ensuring there was a 997 for every taste.

Entering the 2010s, the 991 generation debuted, boasting even more sophisticated technology, a longer wheelbase for improved stability, and a focus on reducing weight for better efficiency and performance. This generation introduced the turbocharged engines across the standard models, enhancing performance while adhering to stricter emissions standards.

The latest chapter in Porsche's storied history is written by the 992, unveiled in 2018. Building on its predecessors' legacy, the 992 further refines the blend of performance, luxury, and technology. With its advanced connectivity features, more powerful engines, and innovative hybrid options in development, it represents Porsche's forward-thinking approach in a changing automotive landscape.

Throughout these generations, from the 964 to the present-day 992, Porsche has consistently pushed the boundaries of what is possible, blending tradition with innovation. This journey not only showcases Porsche's engineering prowess but also its ability to adapt and lead in an ever-evolving automotive industry, ensuring its revered status among enthusiasts and collectors alike.

Be sure to browse through all of our listings below, each curated from our network of trusted dealers and sellers. Whether seeking a sports car used or new, you'll be able to find the perfect one for your life and price point.

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