Porsche's first job as a company was to design a car for the people of Germany, which resulted in the Volkswagen Beetle. Nowadays, Porsche lives on as a subsidiary of Volkswagen, building the group's sports cars and crossovers, ranging from the 918 Spyder hybrid supercar to the Macan SUV. Its flagship, the rear-engined 911, has soldiered on for roughly fifty years.
We could see the production version as early as this month.
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The former overall record stood for 35 years and 31 days.
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