Porsche (POAHF.PK) has made a name for itself by developing fast and powerful sports cars, and has been at it for many decades. The company dates back to 1931, where it was founded by Ferdinand Porsche in Stuttgart, Germany. From meager beginnings, the company has built itself into one of the world’s most trusted and well-respected automakers, constantly pushing the envelope in terms of design, speed, and power. Its engineering group alone has worked in a consulting role to other car makers as diverse as Audi and Subaru. As of last year, Volkswagen holds the dominant investment in the company, along with its other brands like Bugatti, Lamborghini, and Bentley.
The company has produced dozens of different cars over the years, and has since ventured off into sport utility vehicles with in the past couple of decades. Porsche, during its early years in World War II, actually produced several designs for military-grade vehicles, including heavy tanks. Although military vehicles never became the companies specialty, the love for power was then transferred into its sports cars, which have been improving year after year ever since.
These days, Porsche builds a variety of cars and SUVs that can routinely top 180 miles per hour at their fastest, each equipped with high-horsepower engines that deliver exhilarating driving experiences. The company has even started to experiment with hybrid technology, which has allowed it to design cars that are much more powerful than anything else Porsche has ever produced. Here, we take a look at the twenty most powerful Porsche vehicles of all time, excluding concepts and one-offs. The cars are arranged by horsepower, though their speeds may vary accordingly.