Three years ago, when the new 911 R launched, it was a rare product.
The company had been working on a bespoke car for decades.
Now, with the brand still recovering from the collapse of its flagship model, it seemed like a safe bet.
The car’s price tag was about the same as that of a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, and Porsche had plenty of money to invest.
And yet, the R was plagued with technical issues and was only available for the most part on the US market.
That made the launch of the new car very much an act of faith.
And now, as we get closer to the new model’s launch, it’s clear that the car is doing just fine.
And while it’s been a wild ride, the Porsche R’s story is as good as it’s ever been.
The 911 R’s road to the top Here’s a look at how Porsche went from being the underdog to the best of the best.
It started with the company’s roots in automotive design and engineering, when it was founded in 1961 as a company based in the German town of Schleswig-Holstein.
Porsche was a German automaker with a long history in the luxury segment, with a wide range of cars from the first 911s to the more recent 911 Turbo and 917s.
The team at Porsche went on to create a series of iconic products for Porsche’s customers, including the Porsches E-Hybrid, Porsche 918 and Porsche 911 Turbo.
Porsche also built some of the world’s most expensive cars in the 1970s and ’80s.
But the company never took off in the US.
By the time it was sold to General Motors in 2002, it had already fallen victim to the global financial crisis and had lost $40 billion, which left the company struggling to pay employees and make its car and parts available for new customers.
In 2005, Porsche bought its American subsidiary, PSA Group, which produced the 911 and introduced the 911 R, which was unveiled in 2006.
By 2007, Porsche had sold off all of its U.S. business, leaving the company with only one U.K. plant to support its growing American business.
The new Porsche was, in fact, a huge success.
The R was a hit with buyers and dealers.
Its price tag had already surpassed the $80,000 mark and was nearly $100,000 more expensive than the Mercedes-AMG GLC and $100 more than the Lamborghini Aventador.
It had a wider range of engine options and a higher price tag, and it came in a host of trim levels.
The product also proved to be very popular with customers who wanted something a little more exotic than the typical 911.
The best of both worlds, then, the PSA Porsche 911.
PSA, which is still a separate entity, sold the Porsche brand to General Electric, which in turn sold it to Porsche in 2019.
With the Porsche name no longer attached, the new company set about designing and building a car that would help to revive the company.
The idea of an SUV was born The new car was initially conceived as a sport utility vehicle.
It was envisioned as an SUV that could be driven around the city for a quick trip around town, or perhaps for a weekend getaway.
But with the help of the Porsche team, the team at PSA came up with the idea of a sports utility vehicle that could also be used as a commuter or a daily driver.
Pushing the envelope The car needed to be capable of performing more than just a standard everyday job.
It needed to carry around a lot of cargo and it needed to have a bit more space than a regular SUV.
And that meant it needed a bigger battery, too.
It also needed to pack quite a bit of power.
To make sure the PPA9R’s performance could meet those goals, the company teamed up with General Electric to design a new powertrain.
PPA engineers designed a turbocharged six-cylinder engine that produced 550 horsepower, and a six-speed manual transmission.
The powertrain had a turbocharger in the front of the engine that pumped out 600 horsepower.
A new front axle with an air-sprung intake was also developed to reduce the weight of the car.
The resulting design of the P9R is very similar to the 911 Turbo, which had a 6.2-liter four-cylinders with an output of 500 horsepower and a maximum torque of 600.
The PPA team had to take its time to develop a car with a more aggressive, aggressive engine design, but once they got it right, the power of the turbocharged engine and the turbochargers helped to make the new P9 really special.
The first P9 had an engine that was a lot bigger than the Turbo.
The turbochargors were a lot more aggressive The power of both the turbocharging and the new turbocharged engine was enough to give the P