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Where Are Porsches Made? The Surprising Answer!

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Porsche is a famous manufacturer of performance-oriented luxury vehicles, and enthusiasts often wonder where these high-quality cars originate. The short answer is that they come from Germany, but the precise location can vary depending on the make and model. Keep reading while we look closely at the different factories to determine their location and discuss which vehicles they make. We’ll also look at some of the other facilities to help you have a better understanding of the Porsche company.

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Where is the Porsche Made?

Zuffenhausen, Germany

Zuffenhausen, Germany, has been the main plant for the Porsche company since 1938. The Porsche 911, Porsche 718 Cayman, and Porsche 718 Boxster all come exclusively from this plant. The Zuffenhausen factory is also responsible for making all of the all-electric Taycan models, which started production in 2019 and makes the power trains for all vehicles with the Porsche name.

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Leipzig, Germany

After more than 70 years of building its vehicles in the same factory, Porsche decided to open a new factory in Leipzig, Germany, to help with the production of their first SUV, the Cayenne, in 2000. Today the factory uses renewable energy and manufactures the Macan and the Panamera for consumers worldwide. This facility also has a test track modeled after the world’s greatest racetracks that the Porsche engineers use to test their car’s steering and handling capability.

Bratislava, Slovakia

Since 2017, Porsche has been using a factory in Bratislava, Slovakia, to assemble their Cayenne, and it is where the one millionth Porsche Cayenne rolled off the production line in 2020.


Porsche created a new assembly line in Malaysia to assemble vehicles intended for the Malaysian market. Its primary goal will be to assemble the Cayenne with right-sided steering columns.

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Other Factories

Weissach, Germany

Porsche opened a factory in Weissach, Germany, in 1971 to help produce cutting-edge technological developments and ideas that could help advance the company. Today it employs more than 6,500 people, and it’s where you will find the models and prototypes of cars to come. Each new vehicle is tested for thousands of hours to ensure it is worthy of the Porsche name.

Shanghai, China

Shanghai has a Porsche engineering facility and a branch of Porsche Digital, which is a digital lab that develops innovative tech solutions for various Porsche vehicles. A new research and development satellite will also open this year to focus on satisfying the needs of its Chinese drivers, who are Porsche’s biggest customers.

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Does the Porsche 911 hold its value?

The Porsche 911 holds its value extremely well, according to some sources. It’s a popular model with die-hard followers, so it’s always easy to find a buyer, and many users report making money on the sale. The Porsche 911 often loses less than 20% of its value after 6 years, which is much better than many other vehicles.

Does the Porsche Cayenne have good gas mileage?

The Porsche Cayenne averages 14–17 miles per gallon in the city and 19–22 miles per gallon on the highway, comparable to many other SUVs currently on the market. However, the 2023 Grand Jeep Cherokee beats it slightly with 17–19 miles per gallon in the city and 24–26 miles per gallon on the highway.

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How far can I drive a Porsche Taycan on a full charge?

A Porsche Taycan with a full battery charge averages 199–215 miles before needing a recharge, but several factors can decrease the distance, including the temperature and terrain. Hilly terrain and cold temperatures will cause the battery to wear down much faster.

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The Porsche 911, Porsche 718 Cayman, and Porsche 718 Boxster are all made at the Zuffenhausen factory in Germany, which has been the company’s home since 1938. It is also responsible for the company’s all-electric Taycan and makes the drivetrains for all of the vehicles. In 2000, Porsche opened another factory in Leipzig, Germany, to help with the production of their first SUV, and it went on to manufacture the Macan and Panamera models. Other factories in Bratislava, Slovakia, and Malaysia help assemble the vehicles, and plants in Weissach and Shanghai help with research and development.

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