Porsche Reveals Its Top 7 Cars Of The Past 70 Years

Anniversary

You can probably name three off the top of your head.

This is a big year for Porsche. Not only are sales as strong as ever (and growing), but it’s also celebrating its 70th anniversary. Considering the German carmaker started off solely selling a sports car, it’s done phenomenally well over the decades. As the celebration continues into the summer, Porsche has released a new video showcasing seven icons in seven decades. It’s not exactly one icon per decade, but you get the idea.

And you probably won’t be in the least bit surprised by the icons Porsche has chosen here, with each of the seven cars representing a significant leap forward (or a beginning) for the company.

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What’s kind of interesting regarding these choices is that there’s just one race car and all the rest are road cars. Considering Porsche’s long and celebrated motorsport history, we were a bit surprised by this. By now you must be wondering what are the chosen seven? Before we list them and/or you just go ahead and watch the video, let us just say we called four of them immediately because they made complete sense. Here they are in order of introduction: 356, 911, 917, 959, Boxster, Cayenne, 918 Spyder.

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