Porsche has been doing really well in the Indian market. Unsurprisingly, the Cayenne has to be the most popular Porsche in country. The SUV has a typical Porsche front fascia and the best part about the car is that it not only manages to scare many a sportscars on roads but can also find its in the typical slush that you can throw at it. Close on the heels of the SUV, the next car on the popularity chart will have to be the legendary 911. And not without a reason. This car has been sporting the same RR layout since the 48 years it has been in existence and still, the curvy super car continues to impress. The Caymen is the baby 911 and makes good sense for those who wish to have a 911 in their garage but are on a budget. And for those who will have nothing but the Porsche insignia on the hood but are on an even stricter budget, the Boxter makes good sense for itself.
The show stopper at the Porsche stall will have to be the super luxurious 4 door supercar-the Panamera.
We really look forward to meet these cars at the Expo. What makes these cars very special is not just the performance they offer but also the clinical precision they are known for.