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New Porsche cars Price
Porsche 911 AED 599,000 - AED 1,920,000
Porsche Cayenne AED 348,000 - AED 659,000
Porsche Macan AED 340,000 - AED 395,000
Porsche 911 Turbo S AED 899,998 - AED 2,300,000
Porsche 911 GT3 AED 1,099,000 - AED 2,000,000

New Porsche cars in Dubai

Ferdinand Porsche established the renowned sports car manufacturer in 1931 as an engineering and consultancy business with headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany. Porsche created Type 1, also known as the Volkswagen Beetle today, in response to a request from the German government to create a straightforward and affordable automobile for the general public. Regarding the exact origins of Type 1, there is significant debate. Many people attribute the initial design to Béla Barényi, a renowned engineer and inventor. He created technical drawings of a "people's automobile" in 1925, more than ten years before the Beetles' 1938 debut.

Porsche – Lifting the curtains

The Porsche 64 race car's debut in 1939, which most Porschephiles believe to be the first automobile to carry the Porsche name, is undeniable. Only three models, two of which are still in existence, were ever made using modified Beetle hardware. Porsche's professional path led him to the Chairman's office at Volkswagen, where he remained until the end of World War II when the allies took over the factory as part of the post-war occupation. Later, Ferdinand Porsche's son, Ferry Porsche, created the Porsche 356 prototype.

The legendary 356 is regarded by most as the first Porsche production vehicle. It was initially produced with an aluminium body in small quantities before changing to a steel body version. Porsche today focuses on producing high-performance sports cars, sedans, and SUVs. In an interesting twist of the family tree, Porsche AG is owned by Volkswagen Group, whose biggest shareholder is Porsche Automobil Holding SE.

The two automakers have always had a tight relationship; they worked together to develop vehicles like the Porsche 914 and Volkswagen Beetle, as well as vehicles like the Porsche 64. However, the German automakers did not legally merge until 2015. The famous 911 sports car, available in various trim levels, the entry-level mid-engine 718 coupe and convertible, the Cayenne and Macan SUVs, the Panamera sedan, and the sporty all-electric Taycan sedan are all produced by Porsche today.

Porsche Cayenne – The rebelled soul on the road

A Porsche-branded SUV was crazy to purists. They encouraged Porsche to stick to its strengths, i.e. building excellent sports cars. Let the mass marketers handle the utility vehicles. Fortunately, Porsche dismissed the idea and created an SUV with an unmatched combination of on- and off-road performance prowess that turned out to be a revelation. The Cayenne quickly set records for sales after becoming an instant hit with people unfamiliar with the Porsche brand. Even some ardent Porsche fans eventually gave in when they saw how well it performed.

The Cayenne, now in its third generation, offers five distinct powertrain configurations, ranging from the base model's 330 horsepower turbocharged V6 to the Cayenne Turbo S E-670 Hybrid's horsepower combined output. However, the introduction of the Cayenne Coupe is the largest development for 2020. The sporty slanted roofline comes at the expense of passenger headroom, yet the body type is currently the most popular in the premium SUV market. The Cayenne continues to be very popular.

Trim specifications

All Cayenne models receive an eight-speed Tiptronic automatic transmission and all-wheel drive, just like any other Porsche. With a turbocharged 335-horsepower V6, 19-inch wheels (20-inch on the Cayenne Coupe), and new-for-2020 standard features like thermally-insulated glass, multiple-adjustable rear seating, LED interior illumination, a 12.4-inch touchscreen with navigation, among other things, the base Cayenne serves as the line-up's anchor. The same V6 is used in the E-Hybrid along with an electric motor, producing a combined 455 horsepower.

Additionally, it includes the Sport Chrono package and PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management) as standard equipment. A turbocharged 434-horsepower V6 engine and a panoramic sunroof are a couple of the extra features you get when upgrading to the Cayenne S. The Porsche Cayenne Turbo is the vehicle to consider if you want the complete Cayenne experience. The V6 is replaced with a 541-horsepower twin-turbo V8. The addition of ten-piston front callipers (basic has four, Cayenne S has six), full leather seating, and other features increase stopping power.

For a combined total output of 670 horsepower, the Turbo S E-Hybrid combines a plug-in hybrid system with the turbocharged V8 engine. While Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus and Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control assist you in maintaining it between the ditches, carbon-ceramic brakes aid in slowing you down. Like all Porsches, the Cayenne has a long list of options, so buyers are urged to allow plenty of time when customising their Cayenne.

Porsche Cayenne Generations

First Generation – 2003 to 2010

The Cayenne holds the distinction of being the first-ever SUV from the brand and is arguably the most divisive Porsche of all time. It was criticised for diluting the brand and appealing to the masses. But it swiftly overtook all previous Porsche models in terms of sales. In addition, despite being classified as an SUV, the Cayenne soon gained notoriety for having exceptional handling, which wasn't unexpected given the company's track record.

Second Generation – 2011 to 2018

The hybrid and plug-in hybrid variants of the Cayenne SUV debuted with the second generation of the vehicle, which, of course, was useful given that the mid-size SUV expanded in practically every way and shared the Panamera's V8.

Third Generation – 2019 to Present

The base variants of the third-generation Cayenne had a 330-horsepower turbocharged V6 engine, while the Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid had a combined output of 670 horsepower. Porsche will introduce the Cayenne Coupe in 2020.


FAQs on new Porsche cars for sale in Dubai
  • How many new Porsche cars are available for sale in Dubai?

    There are 97 new Porsche cars available for sale in Dubai.

  • Which is the cheapest new Porsche car to buy in Dubai?

    The cheapest Porsche car based on currently available listings is Porsche 911.

  • What is the starting price of a new Porsche car in Dubai?

    The starting price of a new Porsche car in Dubai is AED 320,000.

  • What are the most popular new Porsche car models in Dubai?

    The most popular new Porsche cars for sale in Dubai are Porsche 911, Porsche 911 Turbo S, Porsche Cayenne, Porsche Macan, Porsche 911 GT3.

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