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Find Porsche news from today and latest stories covering Porsche cars from expert Torque News reporters. Since 1931, Porsche has been designing cars for the people. Starting out as a small vehicle development and consulting company, they designed vehicles for the German government before and during WWII. From tanks and equipment to the Volkswagen Beetle, Porsche has had its place in history. Porsche’s first complete car came from the underpinnings of said Beetle, and became the 356. Porsche continued developing cars for motorsport and eventually the rest of the world. The company found huge success in the 911 model of 1968. Porsche is renowned for designing their automobiles with quality, refinement, and performance.

Porsche now offers a wider range of cars from the iconic performance in the 911, to the spacious Panamera sedans/wagons, and the luxurious Macan and Cayenne SUVs. The 718 Cayman and Boxster models are the entry level sports cars for Porsche and are getting ever so good over the years along with the new electric Taycan which leads Porsche into a new era of innovation.

On Torque News, we post daily news reporting regarding the various layers of Porsche’s lineup and give you a view on the latest news from the brand. We’re committed to sharing creative topics that will intrigue enthusiasts and inform buyers.

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The Porsche Panamera

Porsche may debut a Panamera Shooting Brake at the Paris Motor Show

The Porsche brand is working hard to offer something sporty and luxurious to every prospective supercar buy and this point is amplified by the rumors that the German sports car builder could be expanding their Panamera sedan lineup with a new shooting brake designed to compete with the new Mercedes Benz CLS Shooting Brake.
The 2012 Porsche Cayman R

New Porsche Cayman to debut in LA, coming to dealerships shortly after

Since the new Porsche Boxster early this year, German sports car lovers have been clamoring for the hardtopped version and according to Automotive News, the new Porsche Cayman will make its grand debut at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show in November – with these new entry level coupes arriving in dealerships by early 2013.

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