The Porsche name is synonymous with speed and luxury. If a driver desires to get to their destination fast with road hugging accuracy from a vehicle and arrived thrilled, this is the brand of sport car they usually decide to drive. The emblem on the front of all Porsches is a combination of the coat of arms from the Free People’s State of Wurttemberg and of Stuttgart both of which are in Germany. It is as if this shield pierces through the air every time a Porsche is driven on the road in a fashion of seamless beauty. The Porsche motor company was a family run and operated business until 1972 when a limited partnership was given control of the company to help it achieve its goals of maintain and developing superior sports cars for the road. Today there are 7 different models which all but one is a luxurious sports car. The lone stand out is the Cayenne which is an off road sports car that can achieve a top speed of 172 mph and accelerate from 0 to 60 in only 4.5 seconds.

This makes it ideal no matter what path a driver decides to take either on or off the road. This is also the best selling Porsche for the last 6 years The Porsche 911 is one of the most famous speed machines in the history of automobiles. Today you can drive a standard 911, the sporty GT3 or the ultimate experience in the 911 Turbo S model. This turbo version of the 911 produces a monstrous 520 horsepower on a chassis that only weighs 3,516 pounds. With an all wheel drive system placing power to the road, the driver feels like this Porsche is capable of completing any maneuver they desire. The acceleration of this small but powerful machine can propel it from 0 to 60 mph in 3.1 seconds with an overall top speed of 197 mph. The 911 is the sports car you can drive that has had over 5 decades of success on the race track. This experience and ability to handle as a rally car along with the durability to conquer the 24 hours at Le Mans has made this a truly legendary sports car that has to be experienced firsthand at least once in a sport car enthusiast lifetime.