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The company has started with two hundred workers in 1948 with a founder Ferdinand Porsche. They had designed the Volkswagen Beetle together with Mercedes. The first Porsche, Porsche 356, however, was designed with a rear-mounted engine taken from the Beetle. It was with forty horsepowers but much more reliable and safe than the race cars nowadays. Approximately fifty of them were designed manually in Gmund, Austria in 1949, giving the beginning of the company. In the 1950s more powerful engines were introduced for the 356 models, this time engineered by Porsche. They have been noticed positively and purchased by Max Hoffman. The production has reached to about 370 models in 1950, thanks to the decision of Porsche to rent a factory in Stuttgart, where the bodies were built faster. The primary founder of the company Ferdinand Porsche died in 1951, but the company was continued. Two years later a Porsche Speedster was introduced, a model superior to Maserati, Jaguar, and Ferrari, and among the most desired nowadays among enthusiasts. By 1956, the production has reached the 10 000th model of Porsche created. Two years later was manufactured and the 10 000th Porsche 356. By 1963 the Porsche has acquired Reuter and increased the annual production of the brand to over 10 000 vehicles. An innovative for the time model was introduced in 1964, the so-called Porsche 911, which gained attention from its very beginning. It has been in continuous development up until 1999, when a different, new version was introduced - the Porsche 911 Carrera. The noticeable models 911 produced during that period are Porsche 911 S introduced in 1967, the Porsche 911 Turbo presented in 1974, the first Porsche 911 Cabriolet in 1983, and the first Porsche with all-wheel drive, 911 Carrera 4, in 1990. In 1965 the production of Porsche 356 also ended with about 77 000 vehicles manufactured. It was substituted with Porsche 912, with an engine from the Porsche 356, and with a body from Porsche 911. Improvements were introduced also, in the following years including Targa, launched in 1966, Porsche 911 S, and Sportomatic semi-automatic transmission in 1967, Porsche 911 T in 1968, fuel injection in 1969, and more powerful engines in 1970. In 1970 Porsche 912 was substituted by Porsche 914, available with engines from both Porsche and Volkswagen. Ferry Porsche became a chairman of the supervisory board of Porsche in 1972. In the 1970s were launched four-cylinder models, starting with the Porsche 924, as a replacement of Porsche 914 in 1976, and followed by Porsche 928, launched in 1978, as a model with the first V-8 Porsche engine. Porsche 924 was manufactured by Audi, with an engine from Audi. After that, Porsche came up with more powerful models, called Porsche 944, with a different body and a four-cylinder engine, and Porsche 944 Turbo. By 1977 the total produced cars Porsche were about 300 000. In 1978 was introduced Porsche 928, with liquid-cooled 240 horsepowers V-8 engine, front mounted. In 1981 a Turbo version of Porsche 924 was introduced, becoming the most successful racing car and a most popular version. In 1983 was introduced a Cabriolet, which outsold the Targa in the USA. In 1984 were issued 875,000 shares for investors and also the same amount, held by the Piech and Porsche families.
By 1987 approximately 250 000 Porsche 911 were made. In 1989 the production was moved to a new factory, where over 11 000 Mercedes Benz 500 E were produced in 1995. The Porsche 968 was also introduced in the 1990s, but it was taken out from production, after a while in the year 1995, together with the Porsche 928. They were substituted by Porsche 911 Carrera 4, and Porsche 911 Carrera 2. In 1995 Porsche 968 and Porsche 928 were stopped from production. By the year 1996, one million Porsches have been already manufactured. In 1997 was opened a new production facility in Finland, because of high demand from customers for the Boxster with a 2.5-liter engine and 201 horsepowers. In 1998, Ferry Porsche died, and a new Porsche 911 was introduced. In the year 2000, were made improvements of the Boxster, and the models Boxster S and Carrera GT were introduced.
In 2001 was introduced Porsche 911 GT2, able to reach up to 195 mph. In 2002 was introduced Porsche 911 Targa, and Carrera 4S. In 2003 Porsche Cayenne Turbo and Porsche Cayenne S were also introduced, while the performance of the Boxster and Boxster S was enhanced. In 2004 the Carrera GT supercar and Porsche 911 GT3 were introduced in the USA. In 2005 were introduced new, and more powerful Porsche 911 Carrera and Porsche Carrera S. In 2006 were made improvements on the Boxster and Boxster S, and introduced the first Porsche series with a spark-ignition engine and a turbocharger. In the same year were also introduced Porsche 911 GT3 and Porsche Cayenne Turbo S. In 2007 was introduced Porsche Cayenne. By the year 2008, 200 000 Porsche Cayenne had been produced. In 2008 Porsche Cars Canada became a separate subsidiary with the same name. New Porsche 911 Carrera and Carrera S, also Cabriolets were also launched with significant technological improvements. New generations of Boxster and Cayman were also launched. In 2009 Porsche 911 GT3 was launched for first time in the North American market. Porsche Panamera was introduced and obtained a large part of the total production of Porsche in Leipzig. In 2010 a new Boxster Spyder was introduced, together with Porsche 911 Turbo, GT3, a new Cayenne Turbo, and Cayenne S. In 2011 the first hybrid vehicle of the company was launched, Cayenne S Hybrid. Panamera GTW was also launched in the same year.
In 2014 Porsche became the first car manufacturer in the world, to offer three hybrid models with a plug-in, the Porsche 918 Spyder, the Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid, and the Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid. In 2015 Porsche opens headquarters in Atlanta Georgia. The production of the Porsche 918 Spyder also began in the same year. In 2016 Porsche 911 R and Porsche 718 Boxster were launched for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show. Several facilities were also opened in 2016, including Motorsport headquarters, a second Experience Center in California, Digital lab in Berlin, and a Digitization Competence Center. In 2017 the third generation Porsche Cayenne was launched. In 2018 the eighth generation Porsche 911 was launched in California. Since its beginning, the company has been known for its high-quality sports cars, as they have participated in many racings, and have won over 23 000 competitions.
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