History is written by people. For example, by Ferdinand Porsche who established an engineering office in Stuttgart in the 1930s, laying the foundation for the company. Cars with sporty genes were designed there as early as 1931. After his son Ferry Porsche took over, this idea was carried forward and evolved into the Porsche 356. The first Sports Car to carry the Porsche name was manufactured as a production model from 1950 onwards in Zuffenhausen. From 1964 onwards, the 356 was replaced by another classic: the Porsche 911. Porsche officially launched the 7th generation of the Sports Car icon at the 64th International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt/Main in 2011.
The 918 Spyder Super Sports Car underscores the competence of Porsche in the area of plug-in hybrid technology. It combines thoroughbred racing technology and maximum performance with minimum fuel consumption. Porsche currently offers three models featuring pioneering drive technology. Porsche is unique in this regard. No other manufacturer has more plug-in hybrid vehicles in its range.