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Porsche Car Showrooms in Gujarat

Porsche Car Showrooms in Gujarat - Find a list of Porsche Car Showrooms in Gujarat along with their Service Centre available in Gujarat with their Address, Contact person, Phone Numbers, Fax Number, Email IDs etc.

Porsche Car Showrooms in Gujarat

  • Adalaj
  • Ahmedabad
  • Ahmadabad Cantonment
  • Ahwa
  • Alang
  • Alang-Sosiya
  • Alikherva
  • Amardad
  • Ambaji
  • Ambaliyasan
  • Amboli
  • Amod
  • Amreli
  • Anand
  • Anandpar
  • Andada
  • Anjar
  • Anklav
  • Anklesvar (Ankleshwar)
  • Antaliya
  • Antarjal
  • Arsodiya
  • Atul
  • Baben
  • Babra
  • Bagasara
  • Bajwa
  • Balasinor
  • Balitha
  • Baliyasan
  • Bansda (Vansda)
  • Bantwa (Bantva)
  • Bardoli
  • Bareja
  • Barwala
  • Bavla
  • Bayad
  • Bechar (Becharaji)
  • Bhabhar
  • Bhachau
  • Bhadkodara
  • Bhagal (Jagana)
  • Bhagdawada
  • Bhalpara
  • Bhanvad
  • Bharthana Kosad
  • Bharuch
  • Bhat
  • Bhavnagar
  • Bhayavadar
  • Bhilad
  • Bhiloda
  • Bholav
  • Bhuj
  • Bhurivel
  • Bilimora
  • Bilimora (Talodh)
  • Bodeli
  • Bopal
  • Boriavi
  • Borsad
  • Botad
  • Chaklasi
  • Chalala
  • Chalthan
  • Chanasma
  • Chandrapur
  • Chanod
  • Chhapi
  • Chhapra
  • Chhatral
  • Chhatral
  • Chhaya
  • Chhiri
  • Chhota Udaipur
  • Chikhli
  • Chiloda (Naroda)
  • Chorvad
  • Chotila
  • Dabhoi
  • Daheli
  • Dakor
  • Damnagar
  • Dediapada
  • Deesa
  • Dehari
  • Dehgam (Dahegam)
  • Deodar
  • Devgadbaria (Devgadh Baria)
  • Devsar
  • Dhandhuka
  • Dhanera
  • Dharampur
  • Dhasa Vishi
  • Dhola
  • Dholka
  • Dhoraji
  • Dhrangadhra
  • Dhrol
  • Digvijaygram
  • Dohad (Dahod)
  • Dungarpur
  • Dwarka
  • Freelandgunj
  • Gadhada
  • Gadkhol
  • Galpadar
  • Gamdi
  • Gandevi
  • Gandhidham
  • Gandhinagar
  • Gariadhar
  • Ghanteshvar
  • Ghogha
  • Godhra
  • Gondal
  • Motikhavdi Sikka
  • Hadgood
  • Hajira
  • Halol
  • Halvad
  • Harij
  • Himatnagar
  • Ichchhapor
  • Idar
  • Jafrabad
  • Jambusar
  • Jamjodhpur
  • Jamnagar
  • Jarod
  • Jasdan
  • Jawaharnagar
  • Jetalsar
  • Jetpur
  • Jetpur Navagadh
  • Jhadeshwar
  • Jhalod
  • Junagadh
  • Kabilpor
  • Kadi
  • Kadodara
  • Kakoshi
  • Kalavad
  • Kaliawadi
  • Kalol
  • Kandla
  • Kanjari
  • Kanodar
  • Kansad
  • Kapadvanj
  • Karachiya
  • Karamsad
  • Karjan
  • Karvad
  • Kathlal
  • Katpar
  • Kavant
  • Keshod
  • Kevadiya
  • Jamkhambhaliya
  • Khambhat
  • Khapat
  • Kharach
  • Kharaghoda
  • Kheda
  • Khedbrahma
  • Kheralu
  • Kim
  • Kodinar
  • Kosamba
  • Kotharia
  • Kutiyana
  • Lathi
  • Lavachha
  • Lilia
  • Limbdi
  • Limkheda
  • Limla
  • Lodhika
  • Lunawada (Lunavada)
  • Madhapar
  • Magdalla
  • Mahendranagar
  • Mahesana (Mehsana)
  • Mahudha
  • Mahuva
  • Mahuvar
  • Maktampur
  • Malanka
  • Maliya
  • Malpur
  • Manavadar
  • Mandvi
  • Mangrol
  • Mankuva
  • Mansa
  • Meghraj
  • Mehmedabad
  • Mirjhapar
  • Mithapur
  • Modasa
  • Mora
  • Morvi (Morbi)
  • Mundra
  • Nadiad
  • Nanakwada (Nanakvada)
  • Nandej
  • Nandelav
  • Nandesari
  • Nari
  • Nasvadi
  • Nava Bhildi
  • Navsari
  • Ode
  • Okha
  • Orvad
  • Paddhari
  • Padra
  • Palaj
  • Palanpur
  • Palej
  • Palitana
  • Panoli
  • Parabada
  • Pardi
  • Pardi Kanade
  • Pardi Parnera
  • Pardi Sondhpur
  • Parnera
  • Patan
  • Patdi
  • Pethapur
  • Petlad
  • Porbandar
  • Ramangamdi
  • Prantij
  • Radhanpur
  • Rajkot
  • Rajpipla
  • Rajula
  • Ranavav
  • Ranoli
  • Ranpur
  • Rapar
  • Raval
  • Ravapara
  • Sagbara
  • Saij
  • Saktasanala
  • Salaya
  • Salvav
  • Sanand
  • Sanjali
  • Sanjan
  • Santrampur
  • Saputara
  • Sarangpore
  • Sarigam
  • Sathamba
  • Savarkundla
  • Savgadh
  • Savli
  • Sayan
  • Selamba
  • Shaktinagar
  • Shapur
  • Shehera
  • Sherpura
  • Sidhpur
  • Sidsar
  • Sihor
  • Sikka
  • Singarva
  • Sojitra
  • Solsumba
  • Songadh
  • Sukhpar
  • Surat
  • Surendranagar Dudhrej (Dudhrej)
  • Sutrapada
  • Talaja
  • Talala
  • Talod
  • Tarsadi
  • Tarsali
  • Thangadh
  • Thara
  • Tharad
  • Thasra
  • Trajpar
  • Ukai
  • Umbergaon
  • Umrala
  • Umreth
  • Una
  • Undera
  • Unjha
  • Upleta
  • Vadali
  • Vadnagar
  • Vadodara
  • Vaghodia (Waghodia)
  • Valia-Naldhari
  • Vallabhipur (Vallabhi)
  • Vallabh Vidyanagar (Vallabh Vidhyanagar)
  • Valsad
  • Vanthali
  • Vapi
  • Vareli
  • Vartej
  • Vasna Borsad
  • Vavdi Bujarg
  • Vavol
  • Veraval
  • Vijalpor
  • Vijaynagar
  • Viramgam
  • Virpur
  • Visavadar
  • Visnagar
  • Vithal Udyognagar
  • Vyara
  • Wadhwan
  • Waghai
  • Wankaner
 

About Porsche

Dr.-Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, usually shortened to Porsche AG, is a German automobile manufacturer specializing in high-performance sports cars, SUVs and sedans. Porsche AG is headquartered in Stuttgart, and is owned by Volkswagen AG, which is itself majority-owned by Porsche Automobil Holding SE. Porsche's current lineup includes the 718 Boxster/Cayman, 911, Panamera, Macan and Cayenne.

Porsche's company logo was based on the coat of arms of the Free People's State of Württemberg of former Weimar Germany, which had Stuttgart as its capital. The arms of Stuttgart was placed in the middle as an inescutcheon, since the cars were made in Stuttgart. The heraldic symbols were combined with the texts "Porsche" and "Stuttgart", which shows that it is not a coat of arms since heraldic achievements never spell out the name of the armiger nor the armigers home town in the shield.

Württemberg-Baden and Württemberg-Hohenzollern became part of the present land of Baden-Württemberg in 1952 after the political consolidation of West Germany in 1949, and the old design of the arms of Württemberg now only lives on in the Porsche logo. On 30 January 1951, not long before the creation of Baden-Württemberg, Ferdinand Porsche died from complications following a stroke.

The headquarters and main factory are located in Zuffenhausen, a district in Stuttgart, but the Cayenne and Panamera models are manufactured in Leipzig, Germany, and parts for the SUV are also assembled in the Volkswagen Touareg factory in Bratislava, Slovakia. Boxster and Cayman production was outsourced to Valmet Automotive in Finland from 1997 to 2011, and in 2012 production moved to Germany.

In 2015, Porsche reported selling a total of 218,983 cars, 28,953 (13.22%) as domestic German sales, and 190,030 (86.78%) internationally.

The company has been highly successful in recent times, and indeed claims to have the highest profit per unit sold of any car company in the world. Table of profits (in millions of euros) and number of cars produced. Figures from 2008/9 onwards were not reported as part of Porsche SE.

On May 11, 2017, Porsche built the one millionth 911. An Irish green Carrera S was built for the celebration, and it will be taken on a global tour before becoming a permanent exhibit at the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart.

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