Where is the Porsche factory in Germany?

I know Porsche is a German automaker, but I don’t know exactly where the vehicles are made. Where is the Porsche factory in Germany?

Maxine Boyko · Answered on Sep 30, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
There are two Porsche factories in Germany. One factory is in the Zuffenhausen district in Stuttgart. A factory plant is in the city of Leipzig.
Here are the cars each factory produces:
  • Leipzig, Germany: Panamera, Macan
  • Zuffenhausen, Germany: 911, 718 Cayman, 718 Boxster, Taycan, and engine plant
And here are a few fun facts about each:
  • Leipzig, Germany: Opened in 2000; manufactured the first-ever Porsche SUV: the Cayenne; nearly 2,000 Porsche customers personally collect their cars from this location, which includes an instructor-led session driving a test version of their car on the test track.
  • Zuffenhausen, Germany: The factory has been around since 1938 (apart from a temporary move to Austria in the summer of 1944 due to World War II). This factory also manufactures Porsche’s powertrains.
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