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Find Porsche wallpapers, specifications & videos of the 911, 918, Cayman, Boxster, Carrera, Panamera, 924, 944, 928 and much more.

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Porsche 356 Wallpaper Image

356 Wallpaper

Porsche 550 Wallpaper Image

550 Wallpaper

Porsche 911 Wallpaper Image

911 Wallpaper

Limited Edition
Porsche 914 Wallpaper Image

914 Wallpaper

Porsche 918 Wallpaper Image

918 Wallpaper

Porsche 924 Wallpaper Image

924 Wallpaper

Porsche 935 Wallpaper Image

935 Wallpaper

Porsche 944 Wallpaper Image

944 Wallpaper

Porsche 928 Wallpaper Image

928 Wallpaper

Porsche 959 Wallpaper Image

959 Wallpaper

Porsche Boxster Wallpaper Image.

Porsche Boxster Wallpaper

Porsche Carrera GT Wallpaper Image

Carrera GT Wallpaper

Porsche Cayenne Wallpaper Image

Cayenne Wallpaper

Porsche Cayman Wallpaper Image.

Porsche Cayman Wallpaper

Porsche Concepts Wallpaper Image

Concepts Wallpaper

Porsche LMP Wallpaper Image

LMP Wallpaper

Porsche Macan Wallpaper Image

Macan Wallpaper

Porsche Panamera Wallpaper Image

Panamera Wallpaper


Founded in 1931 by Ferdinand Porsche under the name Dr. Ing. h. c. F. Porsche GmbH, the company headquarters were based in Stuttgart Germany. The original focus of Porsche was not building cars but development and consulting of motor vehicles. One early assignments saw the German government task Porsche with designing a car for the people. The resulting car was called the Volkswagen Beetle which became one of the most successful car design of all time. In 1939 Porsche used the design and development of the Beetle to produce their own car called the Porsche 64.

During World War II production turned towards military requirements with Porsche designing several heavy tanks during the war. At the conclusion of the war in 1945, the Volkswagen factory fell into the hands of the British, and Ferdinand Porsche was arrested for war crimes later that year. During his 20-month imprisonment, Ferdinand was never tried. His son, Ferry Porsche, was tasked with steering the company through a difficult time and went ahead with developing a new car called the Porsche 356. Built in a small sawmill in Austria, the 356 is considered by many to be the first true Porsche, as it was the first car to be sold by the fledgling company.

Post World War II has seen many car manufacturers achieve tremendous sales success, with Porsche right amongst them. Key to the longevity of the brand has been the 911 sports car, the most famous badge in the companies history and one of the most well-known cars in the world.

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