The book “Great Marques – Porsche” starts with this paragraph by Dr. – Ing. h.c. Ferdinand (Ferry) Porsche in the Foreword:
“Since the beginning of car manufacture, people have wanted to own and drive sports and racing cars above all. Car enthusiasts delight more in the sporting success of ‘their’ make of car than in the numbers sold. On the other hand, a smaller firm is in a much better position to act and react with flexibility, for instance when it comes to developing a new model successfully or putting an improved version on the road. For this reason, Porsche will never become a mass producer and will preserve the exclusivity of the sports cars from Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen.”
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