Founded in 1931 by Ferdinand Porsche and later “inherited” by his son Ferdinand Anton, called “Ferry”, it was initially dedicated to the manufacture of the famous “Beetle”, the people’s car of the first post-war German era. But it was only in 1948 that the first real Porsche came to light, the 356, both in convertible and coupé versions. In 1951, the year of the death of Porsche senior on January 30th, the company moved to Stuttgart in the Zuffenhausen district, where it still has its headquarters: a choice that also had an impact on the corporate brand, which includes both the shield of the Land of Baden-Württemberg is the emblem of the “guest” city. The architecture of the old Beetle is still found in the 911 with a rear-mounted boxer engine, i.e. behind the rear wheels. The 911 is the Porsche icon: born in 1963 over the years it has evolved (and enlarged) without denying the main stylistic features. Since 1996 it has been joined by a spider with a central rear engine (the Boxster, today the 718 Boxster) which was also followed by the coupe version, the Cayman. There is no shortage in the range of a sports sedan, the Panamera, and two SUVs, Macan and Cayenne, while models like the 918 Spyder (or, in the past, the Carrera GT) are super sports cars for a few wealthy customers.

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    • The PORSCHE Certificate of Conformity, more commonly known as the PORSCHE COC or European Certificate of Approval, is an official document from the manufacturer that guarantees that your vehicle meets European standards to be able to register your vehicle On this PORSCHE European Certificate of Conformity, you will find all the technical characteristics of your car such as, for example, the fiscal power, the number of seats, the weight, the colour, etc…
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