Porsche is a German automobile manufacture specializing in high performance sports cars. Over recent years Porsche has moved into producing SUV’s and sedans although they have stayed withing the sport and luxury market.
Porsche is headquartered in Stuttgart and as of 2012 is owned by the Volkswagen group.

Founded in 1931 by Ferdinand Porsche the company did not initially build cars under its own name. The Porsche logo was based on the coat of arms of the Free People’s State of Wuttemberg of former Weimar German

Porsche Motorsport – Porsche has a record 19 outright wins in the 24 Hours of Le Mans and is currently the world’s largest race car manufacture.


Iconic Models

Chances are one of the first sports car you ever saw was a Porsche and this is likely  to continue through future generations – Automotive enthusiasts or not but lets take a look at a few of the most iconic Porsche models


The Porsche 959 is the company’s first supercar produced between 1986 and 1989. Developed first as a Group B rally car, it was later turned into a production car for FIA homologation requirements and a little more than 300 were built.

Carrera GT

The Carrera GT is considered as the most extreme car Porsche has produced till date. The limited edition supercar, built between 2004 and 2007, was more exclusive than Ferraris and Lamborghinis of its time and came with a price tag of half a million dollars


Not all classics are from the old days. Its hybrid drivetrain combines a 570-hp 4.6-liter V8 gasoline internal combustion engine with a pair of 100-hp electric motors.

first 911

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911 Carrera RS

The Carrera RS models are sometimes considered by the Porsche enthusiasts to be the most “classic” 911s of all time.


The car was officially launched by Porsche at the 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed along with the introduction of the 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series. The 991 GT2 RS is powered by a 3.8 L twin-turbocharged flat-6 engine that has a maximum power output of 515 kW (700 PS; 691 hp) at 7,000 rpm and 750 N⋅m (553 lb⋅ft) of torque, making it the most powerful production 911 variant ever built. Unlike the previous GT2 versions, this car is fitted with a 7-speed PDK transmission to handle the excessive torque produced from the engine. Porsche claims that the car will accelerate from 0-97 km/h (0-60 mph) in 2.7 seconds, and has a top speed of 340 km/h (211 mph).

Porsche 356

The Porsche that tops the list is in fact the iconic German carmaker’s first production vehicle. Introduced as a luxury sports car in 1948, the 356 was first produced in Austrian by Porsche Konstruktionen GesmbH for two years

Porsche 917

It is believed by many that the Porsche 917 is one of the most iconic racecars of all time. Based on the Porsche 908 racing car, the Porsche 917 was originally built to comply with the change in CSI rules about entering a car in the World Sportscar Championship.

911 (993)

The final incarnation of the air-cooled 911 first introduced in 1964, the 993-generation of the iconic 911 is considered by hardcore Porsche purists as the last truly great model in its long lineage.

Ruf is a German automotive manufacturer founded in 1939 that engineers vehicles using unmarked Porsche chassis – these unmarked chassis are more commonly known as Bodies in white.
These cars are entirely built from the ground up as bare chassis are used and assembled using Ruf-made parts and materials.

Ruf Models

Yellow Bird

ntroduced for the 1987 model year and based on the Porsche 911, the CTR featured an enlarged and highly tuned version of Porsche's 3.2 litre flat-six cylinder engine, lightened body panels, an integrated roll cage (adding chassis stiffness in addition to occupant safety), upgraded suspension and braking systems, a custom-designed transmission, and several unique trim pieces such as polyurethane bumpers, and the use of the side-mounted oil filler (a Porsche feature for the 1972 MY only) necessitated by relocating the oil tank forward to clear the intercooler on that side.

Ruf CTR3

Continuing the Ruf tradition of enhancing Porsche automobiles, the CTR3 shares the body style and engine type with the contemporaneous Porsche 987 Cayman and Porsche 997.1 Turbo. For the first time, however, it features a Ruf-designed body built on a dedicated platform engineered in conjunction with Multimatic and is particularly styled to reflect the visual feel of vintage Le Mans race cars of the 1950s and 1960s.[5] Additionally, Ruf adopted the Porsche Cayman's mid-engine layout for the new car, rather than the traditional rear-engine layout of the previous CTR models (CTR and CTR2).

Ruf CTR2

The Ruf CTR2 (Group C, Turbo Ruf, 2nd generation) was a 2-door sports car built by German automobile manufacturer Ruf Automobile as the successor to the CTR Yellowbird, but based on Porsche's Type 993 generation 911.

2017 RUF CTR

The 2017 RUF CTR, a brand-new, rear-engine speed freak that, for the first time in RUF history, is built on a completely bespoke chassis rather than a production Porsche platform—even though the styling is straight out of Porsche's history book.

Singer is globally known for blending the brands unique perspective on what a 911 should entail and meticulous craftsmanship with inspiration from each client.
Singer Vehicle Design’s modification process and outcome has been regarded as the best of the best and the ultimate 911 build available.